Tunnock's Caramel Log Reviews
Product Type: Tunnock's Snacks
Description:Brand: Tunnock's / Type: Cake
Newest Review: ... are probably better, marginally, Caramel wafers are divine, but the humble Caramel Log reigns supreme in my book, not just as ... more
by - written on 28/02/11, updated on 28/02/11 (Very useful, 107 readings)
Intro Some things just tower over their competitors; skyscraper builders have been trying to outdo each other for years. Athletes do it, but some are just too good and you are only ever going to be second at best. Such is the case too with chocolate biscuits. Obviously there are many chocolate biscuit on the market and each has its own place in the ranking, but this baby is by far tops in my book. Tunnocks Tunnocks have been in existence since 1890, but it was until the 1950's when they introduced four new products that business boomed. All of these products is still sell in millions and in my humble opinion they are all the absolute ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/04/10 (Very useful, 110 readings)
Tunnock's Caramel Logs........... Ok so after sucking on nearly a whole packet of Werther's Originals I still wasn't able to keep away from the kitchen at work and stay out of the biscuit box. The main reason being these Tunnock's Caramel Logs which everyone was going on about. I have never before seen these for sale anywhere and I am unsure where the lady who buys all the biscuits had actually purchased them from but usually she either goes to Tesco's or Morrison's and gets things that are on a special offer of some sort. I do know however that they came in a multi packet of 8 bars per pack and I was luckily enough to get the last bar! (I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/07/08 (Very useful, 523 readings)
Tunnocks is an iconic biscuit manufacterer best known for its teacakes and the caramel wafer. Personally I dont like either of those biscuits very much but I am very partial to a caramel log. Available in its singular form from many corner shops for around 30p or about £1 for a 4 pack it provides an excellent snack. The picture dooyoo has provided is out of date. Caramel logs now come in smart gold packaging and are sealed to keep them fresher for longer. Caramel logs or to give them their proper name, a caramel log wafer, is basically a pimped up version of the boring old caramel wafer. A caramel wafer is a bar consisting of five layers ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/09/09 (Very useful, 89 readings)
Yesterday I was advised to try Tunnock's Caramel Log. We live in a small town in Surrey, so in our local Sainsbury's there is no such treat. I just kept in my mind to buy it once I see. We went to the shop yesterday to buy lactose free milk (all of us have lactose intolerancy) but there wasn't any. I had to go to the other town by train to buy milk in Tesco. I checked whether they have Caramel Log, and yes!!! They had. That's why I can write this review... Manufacturer This roasted coconut covered wafers are also made by T. Tunnock Ltd. in Uddingston, Scotland. The T. Tunnock Ltd. was founded by Thomas Tunnock in 1890. His family operated the ... Read the complete review
by lkburdekin - written on 20/02/09
I'll be honest, I only really got into these because of my grandad. He used to love them - unfortunately now he can't manage them, as they are very chewy. Definitely a jaw exercising treat if ever there was one! The Tunnocks are family bakers based in Uddingston, Scotland and the company was formed by Thomas Tunnock in 1890. The company expanded in the 1950s, and it was at this time that the core products were introduced to the lines. The company has continued to expand, and now employs 550 staff. Tunnock's products are instantly recognisable due to their distingushable packaging: Bright red "CARAMEL" lettering is in a white triangle, bordered by a ... Read the complete review
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