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Tesco Rich Tea Biscuits

“Overall, I love this biscuit with a passion. ”

Written on: 07/10/2008 by MrButler23 (1 review written)

Overall, I love this biscuit with a passion.

I've eaten it during the good times, the merry times, the bad times and the down times. It's always been there for me, and I appreciate that… Read Full Review

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Tesco Rich Tea Biscuits

“Tesco Rich tea Biscuits are a value for money biscuit...”

Written on: 12/05/2006 by hunnybeese (1 review written)

Tesco Rich tea Biscuits are a value for money biscuit that tastes OK. I wouldn't recommend them for dunking though… Read Full Review

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Palmolive's Response to 242498_hunnybeese's Review

Written on: 02/10/2006

I believe hunnybeese's assessment of the Rich Tea finger is quite an accurate one. However, I believe that an overall rating of 4 for the classic biscuit is somewhat conservative, and it fails to take into account the longevity of its loyalty to tradition.

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252776_Anonymous101's Response to 242498_hunnybeese's Review

Written on: 15/02/2007

Tesco Rich Tea Biscuits don't fit in a cup of tea direct from the pack, which means you have to gnaw a bit off first - nice biscuit though; light and tasty!!

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Tesco Rich Tea Biscuits

“Tesco Rich Tea Biscuits would have been better if they...”

Written on: 25/03/2005 by Cap (1 review written)

Tesco Rich Tea Biscuits would have been better if they had a warning on the packet such as, "warning biscuits may fall in your brew when dipped once"… Read Full Review

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Tesco Rich Tea Biscuits

“Tesco Rich Tea Biscuits are very good overall,...”

Written on: 10/01/2004 by scrapings (1 review written)

Tesco Rich Tea Biscuits are very good overall, disappointed by the dipping in the brew standard… Read Full Review

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Trials19's Response to scrapings's Review

Written on: 25/03/2005

This biscuit is the worst biscuit ever for dipping in your brew! There simply one dips.

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252776_Anonymous101's Response to scrapings's Review

Written on: 15/02/2007

Tesco Rich Tea Biscuits don't fit in a cup of tea direct from the pack, which means you have to gnaw a bit off first - nice biscuit though; light and tasty!!

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221912_Colin01's Response to scrapings's Review

Written on: 22/12/2005

Rich tea biscuits are a godsend! They may lack the glitz and glammer of their chocolate cousin but they are the ultimate tea accompanier!

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