Hardly finest ham!
Bought this to make sandwiches. But there are no slices, as described, just a mass of jumbled ham. Hardly finest!
Had a really funny taste to it and like wet plastic .
First purchase was beautiful, really tasty. The last 3 purchases have been disappointing. One pack came almost shredded and was underweight, looked like the dregs. Gave the benefit of doubt and reordered, only 5 slices in pack not 6 as stated. Third, and last pack had 6 slices but they were almost wafer thin. no longer impressed will be ordering something else in future
Sliced cartilage and sinew.
Not 'finest' at all. Poor quality. Too much sliced cartilage and sinew in what seemed like shoulder meat (dark red). I gave up trying to cut out the inedible, and binned the lot. Tesco seem to be obsessed in a race to the bottom against other supermarkets. Please do what you do best, or you may lose custom to the 'upper' tier supermarkets. I feel that 'on offer' means poorer quality, and I get the feeling that home delivery means the shortest sell-by dates or food that's not always acceptable, and which in-store-shoppers reject. Am I right?
This is NICE ham.
Nicest ham I've tasted in a long time and very reasonably priced. It's not your usual 'plastic wet' ham. Great with chips!!
Nice, but !
Very nice flavour but thrown together in the package. It would be better to have 5 slices rather than 6, so they can be handled without breaking up.
Impossible to use a slice
The slices were interlocking and folded several times. I could not get anything like a complete slice looking even vaguely like a presentable slice of ham. Tasty ham and ok if you want to use in lumps that will eventually separate. I will not buy again unless the packs are in a usable state.
Waste of money
Don’t be fooled by the photo. Mine was a shredded mess of scraps and fat.
What hides behind the finest label.
"a family owned business with a heritage of over 100 years, making premium quality products." this kind of puff is common to Tescos finest range. What does it mean? Could mean anything. The product tastes good. the Wiltshire cure is done well. But the pig is the most sentient of farm animals and must be treated well. There is no evidence this is even outdoor bred. Is it bedded on straw with natural light? I feel the real Englishman should stick to beef and lamb and game fowl until we can see firm evidence that pork is raised porcanely.
The slices were totally stuck together and fell to pieces when tried to separate them. Very dissappointed. Ate it with a spoon for crying out loud!