Tesco Value Rich Tea Biscuits Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Snacks
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Biscuits
Newest Review: ... or hot chocolate. I love how crumbly they are and unlike other rich tea biscuits they are not as dry. I would also pick the ... more
by - written on 29/09/10 (Very useful, 110 readings)
I am currently attempting to improve my diet and reduce my bad snacking habits but I just can't bear to cut out biscuits completely. I love settling down with a nice cup of tea and a few biccies, but my habits are even less healthy than I had imagined. I used to have a cup of tea and 3 chocolate coated digestive biscuits to go with it. Those 3 biscuits amounted to a massive 255 calories! When you're trying to count your calories every one matters, and I had to look for an alternative to my favourite snack. I saw these Rich Tea biscuits in Tesco's and at just 25p for a packet I couldn't resist. The biscuits come in a simple plastic wrapper, with the plain and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/05/10 (Very useful, 85 readings)
As you can probably tell from previous review I do buy several items from the Tesco Value range, purely because they are good value for money and of good quality. Another of the Tesco Value range I regually buy is their Rich Tea Biscuits. Although Rich Tea Biscuits may not be to everyone's taste, and some people may see them as bland and tasteless I particularly like rich tea biscuits as they are not too sweet, low in calories and have less sugar in them compared to other types, and being diabetic this fits in perfectly with my diet. I decided to give Tesco Value Rich Tea Biscuits a try purely because they are so low in price at 25p for a 300g packet. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/12/09 (Very useful, 38 readings)
If everything in life was as simple as the humble rich tea biscuit, the world would be better place. There already exist branded Rich Tea biscuits which can cost you around fifty pence for a pack, still not overly expensive, but in these tight financial times, shaving pennies off the weekly shop can make a difference over a month. This is why I have been dipping into value biscuits of late. I have been impressed with most of Tesco's value biscuits. The rich tea is a misleading name for newcomers, because it is in no way a rich biscuit in price or in taste. If you have not had a rich tea before, picture a digestive then imagine a slimmer, sleeker digestive with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/09/09 (Very useful, 47 readings)
Recently whilst shopping in Tesco, my wife put a packet of Rich Tea Biscuits in our trolley. Not just any Rich Tea biscuits but Tesco Value ones. Now I'm not a great fan of Rich Tea Biscuits anyway, so the fact they were Tesco Value ones made me even less impressed. Normally we get a lot nicer biscuits such as Bourbon or Cookies etc but her method of madness was, if our biscuit tin was full of these, they would last longer. What a strange way of looking at things?? I never will understand womens logic:-) Anyway upon returning home the empty biscuit tin was filled up with these 'biscuits'. First to have her hand in the tin was our biccy mad 11 year old ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/02/09 (Very useful, 108 readings)
I do like a biscuit with a cup of tea, but when it comes to dunking it has to be as plain a biscuit as possible and I find Rich Tea biscuits are the very best. Last week Tesco had no McVities Rich Tea so I decided to give their Value Rich Tea a try, thinking that if they were awful at least I'd only be wasting 25p and at least the birds would appreciate them crumbled up in the garden. I must say, the birds were disappointed as I liked these biscuits so much that they didn't make it to the bird table and went straight into my biscuit tin. The only difference I noticed with these Value Rich Tea to the more expensive McVities is the fact that these ... Read the complete review
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