Misrepresentation, as pointed out by others Suffol
Misrepresentation, as pointed out by others Suffolk is not Italy, I bought them because they were from Suffolk. Customers shouldn't be treated like idiots, thought they tasted revolting, they were advertised as being sweet, they may well have been had they been grown in Suffolk.
Quite tasty, enjoyable. Easy boil.
Always a good buy
I got the Italian potatoes and they were such a treat at this time of year. Absolutely delicious. Would recommend.
I don't know what they taste like because I haven't used them yet, they look ok BUT local Suffolk potatoes they are not, unless Puglia is in Suffolk!! they are Italian. I would have chosen differently if I had known but the information was that they were grown in the UK, no mention of anywhere else. I also wanted them for Christmas Day but the use by date is 23rd December so I hope they will still be all right by then. I try to buy British or local where possible but was mislead on this occasion very disappointing.
tasty for out of season.
I have had these before,then they were Cornish and really like new potatoes.These latest were a bit different as they were Italian but saying that they scraped easily and thought slightly but not overly large, tasted excellent and went well over several meals.
This is a waxy potato with great flavour - perfect
This is a waxy potato with great flavour - perfect new potato to serve with the christmas roast. They keep very well in the fridge and I already have a bag in there for the big day. They also have clear skins so little needs doing before boiling or steaming.
I often use these potatoes as a change from mashed. Yesterday I served tham with homemade lasagne and salad for the family, They loved them
Best potatoes I've had for years.
These were superb. Cooked with skin on, smashed open then buttered. I finished all the tatties before touching anything else on the plate.
The bag was full of liquid. This has happened with these and the small bags of Maris Piper. Do they keep them in a bath? Inedible. And tiny.