Packaging is still a bit wasteful as another custo
Packaging is still a bit wasteful as another customer complained a year back, but there's no spoons now. But it is in a plastic tray, wrapped in film and in individual pots. Still, as far as jellies go, these are my favourite - the pieces of chewy coconut gel with mild but pleasant flavours, along with a nicely firm jelly, makes it one of my fave jellies to grab. Plus, finding mango or honeydew melon or lychee or pineapple flavoured jellies? Good luck finding alternatives, though with these you don't really need to!
In terms of flavour it's what you'd expect from looking at it, but it's a nice sweet treat and I wish that more coconut jelly products were available in the UK. It's so much more satisfying to eat.
I've never has these before but saw coconut gel on 'Come Dine With Me' (lockdown telly!) and was intrigued to try these - they are really delicious, especially after curry. The coconut gel is bit like pieces of lychee in the pudding, it has that kind of sticky chewy texture. I love the tropical flavours!
Strangely remind me of my child hood , super delicious and not something you can find in many places . Hope tesco keeps selling them
One of my favourite things ever
I love this jelly and the nata de coco cubes inside more than words can express. One of the few places that aren't a specialty store where I can get it. Try it, people. All the British jelly is thin and bland and full of sweeteners now.
Huge single use plastic issue!
My kids like these individual desserts, however, I have a big problem with them. Each pack comes with 6 plastic spoons. Yes...6! Why? Do yoghurts come with spoons? Do treacle puddings come with spoons? Do individual cheesecakes come with spoons? Do people not have their own spoons? There is just no need for these desserts to come with spoons. In an age when Earthlings have realised the error of their ways and want to cut out single use plastic this should be the first thing to go! Please Tesco, please can you speak to the manufacturer and ask them to stop packaging these desserts with plastic spoons? If there is a public outcry and people want them back, then I will eat my hat, but in the meantime, I think it's absolutely the right thing to do. Drop those spoons!