Very small and hard, they're pretty bad. If you want better limes, then buy the ones which are sold loose from Tesco. Those are a little bit better (but also more expensive)
Barely managed to get any juice out of 4 of these limes they were so dry.
The limes are very small ,and they dry out too qui
The limes are very small ,and they dry out too quickly. I use them for making key lime pie, as well as making Lime curds for my cakes and of course on Scones and even breakfast toast, so yummy. because they are so small it works out expensive buying double quantities.
Tesco say 6+ days minimum best before. Ours were 2
Tesco say 6+ days minimum best before. Ours were 2 days out date. So much for staff checking customers get the best dates
I received a pack of 5 limes as substitute for the 1 I ordered. Only one of the five was usable and kept for a week. The others went brown and had to go into the compost.
Not as advertised!!!!
Supposed to be 6+ days fresh, we received the goods on the 10th Sept with a use by date of the 13th. They are already going brown, very disappointed!! :-(
Variable, some very hard and little juice. A friend bought me some beautiful fat juicy ones from Sainsbury’s, and some from Lidl’s - fat, juicy, and latter cheaper at 25p rather than 30p each.
These are good
These are good.
Good and fresh
We've had these packs twice. On each occasion, every fruit was a proper green colour - no sign of excessive age. Moreover, they stayed fresh for a couple of weeks - still fine for either zesting or juicing. Properly aromatic too. .
Disgusting looking limes
One mostly green lime, four mostly brown. Call me picky but on the whole I prefer my limes to be green...