Warburtons 'Toastie' Thick Sliced White Bread Reviews
Product Type: Warburtons Snacks
Description:Brand: Warburtons / Type: Bread
Newest Review: ... bread feels quite soft and bouncy but I have found a couple loaves were they were slightly hard on the shelf, nearing the end ... more
by - written on 24/02/11 (Very useful, 148 readings)
I only decided to buy this the other day as it was reduced to only 30p and I was in need of some bread for sandwiches. I don't normally buy thick sliced bread as in a sandwich it can be too much bread, but for toast it isn't too bad. Each loaf comes in the very distinguishable orange and white wrapper which is meant to look like paper but actually feels like wax paper/plastic. On the front is the big Warburtons logo and Toastie in a large font. Each loaf is about 21cm x 14cm x 14cm and each slice is about 1.2cm thick. This is quite a difference to medium sliced, which is only about 1cm thick. On one side it says that this bread is great for toasting, which is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/08/10, updated on 06/08/10 (Very useful, 157 readings)
I would first like to clarify that I am reviewing the small (400g) version of this loaf. I am also speaking as a buyer for toast rather than sandwiches I decided to opt for Warburtons Toastie as my supermarket stopped stocking Weightwatchers from Warburtons thick wholemeal, and this was the next best thing. >Packaging< This loaf comes in your standard plastic bread bag as opposed to the paper the larger loaf is wrapped in, making it easier to store and carry alone. I love the bright orange colour used too. The best-before is cleary displayed on the tag and each loaf has an average of 5 days shelf life- impressive, but a total ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/09/09 (Very useful, 98 readings)
If I had a bigger budget then this would always be my bread of choice but sometimes I have to stick to cheaper products or just whatever is in the cupboard wherever I happen to be staying! This bread is provided in a paper style bag that is folded around the bread as if it's a wrapped up present and it's more unique than other loaves of bread and providing you are careful when opening the bag can easily be resealed and your bread will stay fresher for longer. I find that this stays soft for a good few days on average after purchasing and I normally freeze some when I get it so that I have a nice loaf in the freezer for toast at all times. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/09/09 (Very useful, 61 readings)
This is my fave bread ever but we hardly ever get to have it because the slices are so thick and the loaf goes down dead quick every time you take 2 slices out for a sandwich or toast. It's white bread that has been sliced extra thick to make it perfect for toast but I think it makes wicked doorstop sandwiches as well because the bread is so soft and tasty. Warburtons bread is always of brill quality but this one always seems even fresher probably because the slices are so nice and thick. The crust is nice as well because it's nice and thick and tastes completely different to the bread itself. The crust is a bit malty in flavour and crisps up even ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/03/09 (Very useful, 195 readings)
Although I will happily sample the Value supermarket foods, the only bread I will buy is Warbutons which even though it's the most expensive is definitely the best in terms of value for money as far as I'm concerned. I used to eat Sainsbury's bread which was similar in taste and texture to Kingsmill (and not much cheaper either!) but one day about six years ago I bought Kingsmill Toastie, then just called Warburtons Thick Sliced, and have not looked back since. This bread is fantastic for most things, admittedly I'd rather use the Warburtons Medium Sliced for salad or ham sandwiches as I find the Toastie bread a little thick and doughy for this. However, if ... Read the complete review
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