As I aqm Scottish I have eaten several Yucks Of Haggis In England. ie Halls the English loved it was awful. Simon Howie to get in a Super Market is a Fab thing. It is yes slightly differant for the English Market but still one of the Best Hence 5/5 from me
Terrible nothing like Haggis
Overbearing taste of liver
This just tastes of liver, it is nothing like true haggis!
Vile, tasteless pap!
Terrible, tasteless pap. I avoid this at all costs! Bring back McSween or Halls haggis because Simon Howie’s is not even haggis in my opinion. It’s like flavourless, meatless paste. Just don’t bother, it gives haggis a bad name!
Truly awful - grisly and tasteless
Very disappointing - it bore no resemblance to real haggis. It was so grisly that I could not eat it. For anyone who has tasted 'authentic' haggis, this does not come close. Do not be tempted by the reasonable price, it is just not worth it. I was really looking forward to the haggis with neeps and tatties but unfortunately it was a dismal failure. I would never recommend this product.
Superb, absolutely delicious!
Great Taste, great value
We always have haggis on Jan 25th to celebrate Burns night, as true Scots. This was excellent quality and good value. Really enjoyed it.
Great value and lovely and moist
This is the first time I have cooked a haggis, and decided to boil it to keep it moist. It was delicious. I made a cream and whisky sauce to go with it. It was a surprise meal for my husband and he loved it so much he suggested buying another one. Spicy but moist and very flavoursome.
I cannot give this any stars. It was just a mass of tasteless minced gristle which bore no resemblance to real haggis. I always bought macsweens in the past but as I’m housebound I had no choice but to get what Tesco had on offer but it did not provide the tasty Burns Night Supper I was looking forward to. Never again will I buy this brand.
Excellent - very tasty