These were a family favourite now they taste awful
These were a family favourite now they taste awful , not happy !!!!
Er what happened to these?
Oh dear, what can the matter be? These and the Lincolnshire used to be my favourites but are now weird! Skin? Not like any I’ve ever eaten before! If you try to remove 'skin' it comes off in strips. Meat looks pasty. Yuk! Never buying again.
Not sure what they've done to these sausages, I us
Not sure what they've done to these sausages, I used to love them but now they've lost their flavour. Please go back to previous recipe Tesco or will need to try other supermarket sausages
Not really a sausage is it
Are they sausages? They're not like any sausage I've had before. The raw sausage just looks wrong, at first I thought there must've been a mix up in packaging, they looked more like meat free versions, and the consistency wasn't right. The skin just fell apart in my fingers and I ended up with a mess of sausage meat.
We used to love these and always recommended them to friends. But what's happened? Are you now using putty? What's happened to the dry, nice pieces of meat texture? And they burned under the grill instead of browned. Just grim. Oh well. A chance to try a different brand. Very disappointed.
Terrible the recipe and covering is now weak and cheap
The Cumberland & Lincolnshire sausages don’t even
The Cumberland & Lincolnshire sausages don’t even taste like they should!! Need to change the product description as they are now not traditional tasting sausages !!
Gluten free - trendy but horrible.
I used to really enjoy the Finest sausages but now they've switched to gluten free versions they're awful. Poor taste and horrible consistency. Alienating a large number of customers because gluten free is trendy, I know some people genuinely need gluten free but most people don't, is poor.
Much reduced quality
I'm in total agreement with the previous reviewer. Had a delivery this week and the formerly tasty sausages are now barely edible. Shame on you Tesco, taking your loyal customers for a ride.
A once excellent sausage ruined and down-graded.
Tesco's finest sausages were a regular treat, we ate them at least once a fortnight and often every week, but they have changed the recipe for the filing and started using alginate casings right across the range. They are, essentially, no longer a traditional sausage and have more in common with the budget frozen brands that sell for half the price. There is absolutely no reason to swap from a natural casing to alginate other than cost. I no longer buy them and resent Tesco's attitude that we, the customers, will just go along with a sneaky reduction in quality but not price.