Its very nice
Its very nice
Suntrail Farm Grapes top of my shopping list.
Top marks for quality, value and taste.
Great Grapes for Value
Apart from the fact that you can't be sure of colour, by and large these are excellent grapes just as good as any if you want regular juicy grapes
This one's a lottery - you can get any one pack of these three coloured grapes - plus they didn't taste nice at all
Sweet Juicy Grapes
I received the red grapes and they were sweet yet firm. Really yummy and good for the price
Tiny, not as expected
The black grapes we received were absolutely tiny... which put me off, not at all what I had expected from the picture. But my husband said they were OK, quite sweet.
Another disappointing item - these red grapes are
Another disappointing item - these red grapes are not ripe enough to eat as they are tasteless, yet have just one more day left on life. Will not buy again.
A complete waste of money
Always very poor quality, have had to return the last 3 boxes because all grapes covered in brown rust spots, non of the pack edible and complete waste of money. They should never have been sent out on the van and they always arrive within at most a 2 day use by date. Would never buy again
I think "pot luck" is the word. They can be sweet and juicy, occasionally rather hard and sour. Looking at the list of countries they might come from, you might expect them to be a bit variable; and given that they're half the price of other grapes, I guess they're the ones that didn't get bought up by the full-price sellers. If there are a lot of good grapes around, then we're in luck... if not, well, that's life. For 50% discount, I'll take the risk! Oh, I agree with the reviewer who doesn't like the fake brandnames. Suntrail Farms? Ms Molly? What was wrong with good honest Everyday Value?
Inedible, have had these delivered during lockdown. Rotten, fermented, mushy or unripe, tiny and as hard as marbles these offer the full range.