These cherries from Chile had a nasty, metallic af
These cherries from Chile had a nasty, metallic aftertaste. I hope we may get some nicer Kentish ones later in the season.
looks cheap, but value over looks!
best grape i have ever eaten
Love cherries but they can be hit or miss in taste and quality. However, these are the best of both and really delicious. Will buy them every week until things change, which they will!
These arrived yesterday and they are delicious, juicy and tasty. Hope this is not end of season.
disgusting , foul .
foul tasting, from Chilie, far too long in transit , in a chilled cargo hold , not juicy at all , I will not buy again , the best cherries I have had have come from England , so juicy , and full of flavour , these I had were the opposite , it was like they were gone off.i passed them around at a party I was embarrassed, everyone thought the same as me .
these cherries from namibia were very sour, would no buy again.
Awful - hard and crunchy
Awful. Hard, crunchy. Cherries should be soft and juicy, not resembling bullets. Not worth the money
I WAS DISAPPOINTED TO SEE THE CHERRIES WERE FROM C
I WAS DISAPPOINTED TO SEE THE CHERRIES WERE FROM CANADA AND NOT ECO FRIENDLY. WHEN I WAS ABLE TO BUY IN STORE, I DIDN'T BUY FRUIT OR VEG FROM OVERSEAS. THEY WERE HARD TOO!
Don't bother they're US cherries now and awful
These cherries are now american and are awful - I've never met a cherry that was so touch skinned and woody (despite tasting like they were ripe) They may travel well, but they are impossible to de-stone (with the relevant tool - the effort to push it through the cherry was ridiculous), nasty to chew and overall horrid. I didn't bother with the second half of the punnet.
I was given the larger 400g punnet of cherries as the 200g punnet was not available. It was out of date the day after it was delivered and I have had to throw away most of them as they were rotten, what a waste of money, will not buy again.