Tunnock's Caramel Wafer Reviews
Product Type: Tunnock's Snacks
Description:Type: Biscuits / Tunnocks Milk Chocolate Coated Caramel Wafer
Newest Review: ... bars - there are five layers of wafer and four layers of caramel in each 30g bar which is then covered in milk chocolate. ... more
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Last Update 03.12.2013 13:31
by - written on 10/04/11 (Very useful, 195 readings)
Tunnocks is a biscuit company founded in 1890 by Thomas Tunnock. The company is based in Uddingston, Scotland where it has been since Mr Tunnock purchased a shop for £80. The Tunnocks products are now shipped to various countries across the globe but still remain a Scottish icon. Biscuits/cakes include the Caramel Log, Snowball, Teacake and the Caramel Wafer. ***Caramel Wafer*** The Tunnocks Caramel Wafer is said to be one of the top 10 choccie biscuit choices within the UK. So much so, over 5million and made and sold every week..and that my dear, is something you can take to the bank! There is the option of a milk chocolate or dark chocolate ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/09/10 (Very useful, 61 readings)
There genuinely are not many foods I don't like especially when it comes to cakes and chocolate but when I think about it one of my absolute favourites is definitely the humble Tunnock's Milk Chocolate Caramel Wafer which I often forget about, but when I see them I will buy some and when I eat them I remember just how fantastic they actually are. You normally have to purchase them in a multipack which is not normally a problem for me as I really like to eat more than one anyway and currently you can pick up a pack of eight on the Tesco website for £1.36. They are all packaged in red and gold striped plastic foil type material and then within this wrapper the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/05/10 (Very useful, 51 readings)
I was in Home Bargain yesterday looking for some biscuits, and came across the beauties. I have eaten them before and knowing how delicious they are, I decided to buy another pack. The pack of four biscuits cost me 59p and this is my opinion is really good value. If my sums add up that is about 15p a biscuit. Thomas Tunnock actually formed the factory up in Uddingson, Scotland way back in 1890, and it is still in the family today. They do not just make the caramel wafer, but this is by far the most popular biscuit that they sell. On each packet you will see a picture of the Tunnock boy, basically because he portrays an image of being ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/02/10 (Very useful, 83 readings)
***TUNNOCKS*** Tunnocks were first established in 1980 when they first operated as a bakers and purveyors of quality flour confectionery until the 1950's. This decade saw the launch of Caramel Wafers, Snowballs, Caramel Logs and Teacakes. Their products can be found in local shops and most supermarkets down the biscuit or cake aisles. Their packaging is very distinctive which includes bright yellow packaging and other eye catching packaging such as bright striped wrappers which the caramel wafers come in. ***DARK CHOCOLATE COATED WAFER BISCUIT*** The biscuits have 5 layers of wafer and 4 layers of caramel and are then coated in real, dark chocolate. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/09/09, updated on 30/09/09 (Very useful, 51 readings)
These wafers aren't usually the sort of thing I would go for, but the other day my wife came back with a pack of them. I am unsure as to how many of them there were, but she threw one at me, and I duly obliged in eating one. The first thing I thought was that the wrapper made it seem as if it was sponsored by a circus act! It has that Big Top feel to it, the red and yellow working to make me want to unwrap it. And this part couldn't be easier. Turning to the back, it is merely folded down as a flap, and the whole thing unfolds easily and opens out to reveal the wafer biscuit inside. It's quite a chunky thing, with compact layers of caramel and wafer ... Read the complete review
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