These cookies are very tasty. Mildly sweet & satisfying. However, they arrived shrink wrapped to one flat piece of cardboard & a lot of the cookies were broken & basically all of them were damaged around the edges. These cookies have a scalloped edge & by the time they arrived at our door all of the scallops were in crumbles. We've discovered that the crumbles make an excellent crunchy topping for ice cream sundaes, but we're disappointed that these cookies didn't arrive in good enough condition to serve to guests.
The name of these biscuits speaks for itself. They are great first thing in the morning with or without tea/cofee and after meals.
These tea biscuits are also my favorite, I love having them with chai tea or ovaltine.
Excellent product, very addictive, great flavor 3 varieties
I love McVitte's Digestives, plain or with milk chocolate or dark chocolate topping. This brand of biscuit, as they are called in England, are a cookie with a slightly less sweet taste than American cookies. They have a malty wheat germ taste that no other cookie/biscuite has. The closest thing we have would be the Graham Cracker. The name of the biscuit, Digestive, is as distinctive as the taste.
While they are great for dunking, ya got to be fast! They soak up hot tea or milk like a dry sponge. If you are not fast enough it will break off into your beverage pretty fast. It's a game I love to play and quite addicting. Usually Amazon.com has the best deals available for most English foods. Check on some of the subscriptions for food and you'll find even lower prices.
No, I don't work for either company.
I am however as English as Winston Churchill and have lived in England several times in Suffolk County. Very beautiful part of England.
70% Wholemeal & wheat goodness. Lower in salt (Since 2004 sodium has been reduced from 0.68 g to 0.55g/100g). Good source of fibre. No artificial flavours or colours. No hydrogenated vegetable oil. Suitable for vegetarians.