Very poor tasting, almost grainy consistency that dries your mouth and is a bit like fine sand. I wouldn’t buy it again, even on clearance.
Wish I’d read the other reviews! Really nasty after taste, threw away!
Gross don’t buy
Honestly really disgusting, I'm not a fussy eater and was not expecting it to taste like normal white chocolate but it really does taste vile. What a waste of money! Very disappointing.
Ah, I wish I had read the reviews before buying. I
Ah, I wish I had read the reviews before buying. It's not good. Tesco's own brand white choc is so much better.
Wanted to use this to coat strawberries as part of a picnic for our lactose intolerant friend. It was not good. We ended up throwing the rest away as it was not nice to eat.
Disgusting. Funny aftertaste that didn’t seem natural. It’s a shame as not many dairy free choc alternatives
Tastes like meat....
Was excited to eat it I love white chocolate but I'm allergic to milk. THIS TASTED LIKE FAT FROM MEAT IT WAS DISGUSTING! WASTE OF MONEY. NEVER AGAIN.
A lovely treat
A lovely treat! It doesn't exactly taste like the milk version but it's still melt in the mouth great. Pleased to have a dairy free alternative large white chocolate bar available at Tesco. Another good thing, it's only 577kcal for the whole bar, less than most large dairy chocolate bars.
Grainy with a strange taste
I love chocolate so being forced to go dairy-free did not go down well with me. I have tried several dairy-free chocolates and been disappointed each time. This one was no different. There is a grainy texture (thanks to the rice and maize?) and a really weird taste (the maize again, I fear). I'm going to try putting it in some chocolate chip cookies and see if that can make it edible. Won't be wasting my money on this again and the search for a nice, dairy-free chocolate continues.