Tesco Value Biscuit Barrel Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Snacks
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Biscuits
Newest Review: ... biscuits especially the malted milk but I do also dunk the creams although you have to be careful not to leave them in your ... more
by - written on 07/12/13 (Very useful, 26 readings)
I would like to say that I am not responsible for the large amount of biscuits which get eaten in our house each week but unfortunately this is not the case. I don't eat half as many as my husband but I do get through my fair share. I would say that I probably eat the most as soon as I get in from work, and will often reach for the biscuit tin when I am opening my post or putting the shopping away. I also sometimes have one or two in the evening if I have a cup of tea while I am watching tv. I do sometimes buy more expensive biscuits but will put a few packs of Tesco value biscuits in the trolley every week. I have recently been buying this larger ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/05/12 (Very useful, 120 readings)
Biscuits are something that we normally always have in the house, my husband likes them as a snack from time to time and so do I, also I find them useful to have to had if my sugar levels drop too low which being diabetic happens from time to time, having some biscuits in the house means I can have a couple to help bring them up again. The problem is me and my husband do not really like the same biscuits, personally I prefer something like malted milks, rich tea or digestives, biscuits which are a bit plainer, whereas my husband on the other hand loves any biscuits which are chocolate covered or cream filled, basically the high calorie biscuits. Because of our different . Read the complete review
by - written on 19/09/10 (Very useful, 39 readings)
The general, as well as my, usual opinion of Tesco Value items are cheap, bad quality products. For these biscuits, I was wrong! For just over £1 you get four different types of biscuits: Bourbon, Custard Cream, Nice and Malted Milk. They come in the standard value packaging and inside, they are split into five separate plastic wrappers: 1x Bourbon, 1x Custard Cream, 1x Nice and 2x Malted milk. Bourbons. They are delicious and taste just like the actual thing. They are chocolatey and sweet although not too sweet to be horrible. Only sweet enough enough to be chocolate! They look like a standard Bourbon. Custard ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/09/09 (Very useful, 232 readings)
I was drawn to these a couple of weeks ago when I was shopping. I love my biscuits, but usually choose fancy chocolate-covered varieties. This time though, I was looking for some traditional biscuits to keep in the cupboard as I have recently rediscovered tea after years of only drinking coffee. I used to love dunking a couple of biscuits in my cuppa in the morning, and thought that these would be ideal. For £1.09, I was getting a LOT of biscuits. Bargain! The packaging was the usual Tesco Value simple blue and white, with a clear photo of a plate of each of the biscuit varieties. Inside the pack you get 5 packets of biscuits (1xBourbon Cream, 1xNice, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/07/09 (Very useful, 77 readings)
Review of Tesco Value Biscuit Barrel Biscuits **The product** What is it? A simply packaged collection of everyday family biscuits from the Tesco Value range. The packaging is the usual Tesco Value white wrapper with the Tesco logo and product description in red and blue. The package contains five packs of biscuits, one each of bourbon creams, custard creams, nice and two packs of malted milk biscuits. A veritable biscuit barrel selection! The biscuits are simply wrapped in clear cellophane within the outer packaging, no fancy frill or labelling, just biscuits! The biscuits are of a very good quality in my ... Read the complete review
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