Consistency not consistent.
I've mainly used this to make a sauce for butter chicken. This cream is usually OK but sometimes it's really quite thick and I've had to add milk to thin the sauce a little. We've used this cream in coffee in the past but found it separates too easily and little blobs float on the top and take ages to melt or dissolve. This cream is fine poured over a range of puddings. I just wish it was the same consistency every time.
Check the content amount before use.
I use this for a recipe that requires 300ml but so far there's only been about 283ml showing on my scales. I always expected fixed weight items to have more not less content.
Very nice taste but the missing lids are not good
Very tasty but removing the plastic lids was not really a wise step. The cream then spoils and evaporates much more quickly. I would prefer to recycle those as before (now I regret I haven't saved any for this case)
It keeps quite well and whips up well too.
Why isn’t double cream sold in 600ml pot?
This size pot is very inconvenient and uses more plastic. I would like to be able to buy double cream in a 600ml pot as you can in the store.
NO LID, Useless!!
No lid!! And the quality of the lid when it is there, leaves something to be desired!!
The cap is complete rubbish!
The glue on the cap of these cartons is very poor. Have lost count of the number of times my delivery has arrived with cream cream spilt all over the treat of my items. This is not helped by the ridiculous tray liners which means small items of shopping like a cream carton rolls about and gets damaged at the bottom of the bag. This happened to me today, yet again. Tesco, please sort this out!!
‘ Off ‘
Am becoming more disillusioned with Tesco products, apart from being short dated the cream is thick and off! We went from 600ml to 300ml in the hope that we would obtain freshness, plastic lids were now a thing of the past and we would decant into a small glass jar. A waste of time and effort when the product is already rancid when it arrives at my doorstep.