Tesco Value Bourbon Creams Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Snacks
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Biscuits
Newest Review: ... wrapper is white with pictures of the biccies on the front, it's pretty useless once opened for keeping them fresh so I tip ... more
by - written on 19/10/11 (Very useful, 51 readings)
I've got a bit braver with own brand foods lately, I used to buy supermarkets own labels to a certain extent, but tended to go middle of the road rather than the very basic range. Lately though, in an attempt to shave some pennies off our weekly shop, I've been experimenting with Tesco value products, and have discovered to my delight that they have been vastly improved compared to when they were first launched. The Tesco value bourbon biscuits caught my eye because they were on display at the end of an aisle with lots of other Tesco value products. I decided to give them a try because they were only 45p for a 400g pack. My theory was if they were truly ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/09/11 (Very useful, 65 readings)
=== The product === Bourbon biscuits are plain chocolate biscuits with a fondant cream chocolate flavoured filling in the middle, creating a chocolate sandwich style biscuit. === The packaging === The packaging for these biscuits is very simple, they come in a white, blue & red plastic wrapper. The wrapper shows all the usual information such as ingredients, nutritional information and company information. There is a best before date, mine is next year, and a barcode is there also (obviously). The packaging is simple but it does show some of the biscuits on the front which is always tempting. This is a heat sealed packet and can be ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/05/10 (Very useful, 61 readings)
I'm not really a biscuity person but I do like to keep some stocked up in the cupboards for me to have the odd snack on and for my twins to snack on to. I'm not fussy about brands, a biscuit is a biscuit to me, OK so yes you do get the odd indulgent luxurious ones but I'm too much of a cheapskate to pay for them. Having been very impressed with alot of the Tesco value products I decided to pick up a few of their value biscuits to and these included their bourbon creams. Tesco Value bourbon creams, don't come in any fancy packaging, it's just a thin wrapper which needs to be ripped off in the white/blue and little bit of red tesco value colour theme, with a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/05/10 (Very useful, 94 readings)
One of my favourite biscuits has to be a bourbon cream. On my bid to save money on my food shopping knowing that I cant cut out treats altogether I'm trying to opt for cheaper alternatives (I'm succeeding in some parts but failing in others, I mean who can give up Cadburys or cakes that are reduced lol). In fairness when it comes to bourbon creams I don't think I have ever had anything other than the shops own brand so dropping down a step to the value range isn't particularly massive. These Tesco Value Bourbon Creams come in a 400g packet with the usual blue and white packaging and cost about 45p. If you have never tried a bourbon cream before ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/04/10 (Very useful, 19 readings)
Tesco Value Bourbon Creams - 56p for a 400g packet. I have tried lots of the Tesco Value Products some I find really good and I buy them again - some I find really awful and I never ever buy again. Tesco Value Bourbon Creams are very good and I will definately buy them again. Bourbon Creams are rectangular shaped biscuits. They have a biscuit on the top, one on the bottom and a creamy chocolate flavoured fondant centre in the middle. On tasting the biscuit it is as it should be - it is crisp, short and tasty and is a dark brown colour. The creamy fondant chocolate flavoured centre tastes good - there is just enough of the fondant to seal the two ... Read the complete review
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