Unpleasant taste and texture
There is no buttery taste It's an odd thing to say about a spread but it's greasy. Unpleasant taste and texture.
Tastes like margarine. Simples!
Tastes like margarine. Not much else to say unless one is expecting fireworks. It tastes how it’s supposed to.
Not for gourmets
Good for cooking and baking. Use straight from fridge as it melts quickly. OK for sandwiches if you're n a hurry. Inexpensive and does the trick. Not for gourmets and butter purists!
Greasy tasting. If you melt it on veg on your plate, it congeals on plate and remains there after you are finished.
Perfectly good Marge
Spreads easily from the fridge, tastes fine to me (no connoisseur - it's just a butter substitute). Sandwiches, toast and cooking it's fine. I really hope everyone who say's "Went straight in the bin" meant the food recycling bin!!! Just wish there were 250g packs of Margarine. John
This tastes of melted plastic. I threw it away.
Better to go without than buy this.
Bought in-store because the only other spreads in stock at the time were ones I'd already tried and know I dislike - wish I'd just gone without frankly. Hideous stuff, even by fake-butter-spread standards.
We use Tesco Buttery Spread on our sandwiches and find it palatably moistens the bread. and enhances the filling. My husband uses it for his daily bacon sandwich breakfast and I use it on my Eastman's Corned Beef Sandwiches or crackers. Have to confess I do not use it in cooking though as prefer block margarine for baking.
Horrid taste and leaves a layer on your tongue. Couldn't get my normal spread so gave this a chance. Used once, before binning it and the toast I had spread it on.