Tesco Value Custard Creams Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Snacks
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Biscuits
Newest Review: ... is still great value at just over 1p per biscuit. In comparison the standard Tesco custard creams are 69p and although I ... more
by - written on 15/09/11 (Very useful, 20 readings)
What is it about custard cream biscuits that evoke such lovely memories of childhood? I was brought up on the things and my own kids still love them. They are just so scrumptious! Like a lot of people, I am having to count the pennies and make savings wherever I can. I'm finding Tesco Value range (as long as you choose carefully) is fantastic with cutting the cost of my weekly food bill. Quite a lot of the range is really rather good and these custard creams are one of the better products from that range. The packaging is the usual blue and white with the red Tesco logo. People might be put off buying products because of the packaging that screams ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/03/10 (Very useful, 51 readings)
Since moving into our first home, with my girlfriend, i have taken it upon myself to reduce the shopping bill! So every time i am sent in by the girlfriend, i always make sure i come home with a bag of blue and white goodies. This time it was the value custard creams, they came in the usual value packaging, plain white, with the blue stripes, but also showed some biscuits on the front, which is better than the Asda basics range, which are all text. The value packets are getting better, but i don't think they are quite ready to be shown off at your afternoon tea parties, open them onto a plate and nobody will know! Opening the packet, was a bit more ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/03/10 (Very useful, 47 readings)
We were having a large family gathering and were expecting to have a lot of guests and so bought a few packets of biscuits to have out in case anyone wants them - better to be prepared! One of the packets of biscuits we bought was the Tesco Value Custard Creams. I am not a food snob and I really think with a lot of products you cannot tell that they are from a more basic range, and so I didn't hesitate in buying these Value biscuits - after all, who knows what brand they are once they are out of the packet!? The biscuits were bought from Tescos, and are part of their Value range. The packaging is very basic, as would be expected, and has the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/03/10 (Very useful, 46 readings)
I love any type of biscuits and I love different varieties and there are such a lot to choose from these days it is sometimes hard to choose as the shelves are so full of them and inviting. It is always handy to have them in your cupboards for those unexpected guests that may visit without warning and when you make a cuppa for them it is always nice to offer them some biscuits. I think the cost of biscuits soared last year and so I started to buy the lower brands as well as the higher ones to save money as I am now on a budget and making cut backs whenever I can. These come in a packet and they are easily opened and the ends are folded ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/01/10 (Very useful, 50 readings)
I have recently tried out the Tesco value custard cream biscuits and this is my review. I have been trying out a lot of the items in the Tesco value range to see if they are any good as I am trying to save some money on my weekly shop. I have found that some of the items are very good and I will buy them again but others are rubbish and were bad quality. I like to buy biscuits for having with my tea. I buy a lot of chocolate biscuits but sometimes I am just looking for a little plain biscuit to have with my cuppa. I buy all types of plain biscuits such as digestives and rich tea but I saw the Tesco value custard creams when I was doing my ... Read the complete review
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