Tesco Jelly Babies Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Sweets
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Jelly
Newest Review: ... contains 60 calories and a wopping 12.4g of sugar!! The main reason I buy these Tesco Jelly Babies, is the fact that at 54p ... more
by - written on 29/04/10 (Very useful, 118 readings)
Whilst I admit to having a sweet tooth, my sweet tooth is quite selective and whilst I am a big fan of chocolate and desserts I have never really been a big fan of sweets. I think some of this may have come from when I was younger and having to wear a brace and being warned that sweets would turn my teeth yellow! The only sweet that I have ever really gone for is a lemon sherbet but the times I have those are few and far between, however it was on a recent trip with friends that I decided to pick up a bag of sweets for the journey, we had all said we would do this and create out own pick and mix! I had to go and get some jelly babies so I went along to my local Tesco ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/10/09 (Very useful, 34 readings)
I love Jelly Babies and in Tesco yesterday I couldn't stop myself buying 3 bags of their own brand sweets for £1.00! I think they're dead nice, the babies are a bit smaller than the Bassetts ones but that doesn't matter because they're lovely and fruity. There are 4 different colours and they are red, green, yellow and black. The only thing that bugs me about these is that the black ones are more purple than they should be and they just taste like a stronger version of the red ones. The green ones are lime but the taste isn't that strong and even though I hardly ever eat green sweets I don't mind these because they're still nice and sweet ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/07/09 (Very useful, 139 readings)
These Tesco Jelly Babies came in a green bag with the Tesco logo, a picture of lots of different coloured jelly babies, nutritional information, ingredients and details on the Tesco company itself. Inside the plastic bag are lots of different coloured fruit flavoured jelly sweets. The sweets are shaped like little men and they are around 1-1.5cm in size. There are lots of sweets within the bag and they have a slight powdery cover on them meaning when you bite in to the sweet you have two different colours as the middle has a deeper colour to it. These are quite sweet and have a nice fruit flavouring too them without being too overpowering. These is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/10/09 (Very useful, 22 readings)
I have to confess to having a bit of a sweet tooth and every now and then needing to indulge in a little sweet snack. There are no sweets that I love more than the others so, the Tescos three small bags for one pound offer is ideal as then I get to try a few different things, but it is much better than a variety bag as they always get filled with rubbish and only a few nice things. In my last shopping expedition I decided to purchase the Tescos jelly babies. They come in relatively plain boring packaging, so I can't see them competing with the likes of the bigger brands whose packaging goes crazy to try and attract the children! However I was sold on the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/06/10 (Very useful, 130 readings)
The packaging of the Tesco Jelly Babies which I'm reviewing is different to that pictured above. The ones I have came in a green packet with a picture of scattered jelly babies and a rainbow design on the front. The front of the packet also carries an at-a-glance nutritional guide, which I have to admit I try not to look at so that I don't have to be reminded of the fact that just 3 of these jelly babies contains 60 calories and a wopping 12.4g of sugar!! The main reason I buy these Tesco Jelly Babies, is the fact that at 54p per packet, they are vastly cheaper than Bassett's Jelly Babies (which I love). Although I don't enjoy these jelly babies as much as ... Read the complete review
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