This was over salty and a HUGE amount of water cam
This was over salty and a HUGE amount of water came out during cooking, so it didn't crisp up just because tough and unpleasant. Very disappointing in view of being "Finest" range and "outdoor bred"
Terrible to cook, cut too thinly and falls to bits
A shambolic pack of bacon. Fatty, and cut so thinly it's impossible to separate it to cook without tearing it to bits. It reminds me of the cheapest packs of bacon, certainly not something from the 'Finest' range. Poor.
It's now more watery than the Atlantic
Last 2 purchases have been watery. Having seen recent reviews of the ahem finest sausages and looked at the ingredients, then there has been a form of shrinkflation at work here. Don't bother
Why do you add water? Please dont call it 'Finest'
Why do you add water? Please dont call it 'Finest' then. You are watering down the brand.
Thin and watery
Very thin rashers that fell apart in the pan. A lot of water came out on cooking which shouldn’t happen with good quality bacon. Perhaps the pack weight has been reduced. I wouldn’t buy this product again.
Incredible shrinking bacon
Sorry Tesco, but this product does not now warrant being in the 'finest' range. Used to be quite good but it's not a premium bacon product now, too much salt, emulsifier and water.
Tastes great BUT
... dry cure version cooks better
To all those complaining about it tasting too salty, it needs that salt otherwise it could not hold sufficient water for it to leak out that frothy white stuff we all love in the pan instead of the full size rasher we put in. Who wants bacon meat when you can have frothy white bacon juice mmmm!
Finest ?? I think not.....
The streaky end of the rasher, hidden from sight, was nearly all fat and had to be cut off...not what I would expect from a Finest pack. Might as well buy the cheaper one.
lovely thin slices fried to a crisp , put in warburtons white thins bread, spread with seriously spreadable original cheese spread, Heaven!