A proper traditional muesli
If I'm buying muesli rather than making my own (and I'm usually too lazy to DIY it), this is my preferred option, though I was irritated when the size of the packets went down substantially and then soon afterwards the price went up substantially. I look out for offers these days. What I really like about this particular brand - and is quite hard to find these days - is that the cereal consists mostly of oats, not wheat flakes, puffed rice or other stuff that I don't think should be in muesli. Similarly, the fruit is mostly vine fruits, not dried bananas or coconut or mango or who knows what. Also, it does not contain peanuts, or powdered milk! Add some chopped apple or other seasonal fresh fruit and pour over some nice whole milk or almond drink, and breakfast is the best meal of the day, every day!
loads of fruit and nuts. The best
Mediocre niceness muesli. Not bad, not great.
Nice textures and flavours but only to a limit, otherwise pretty mediocre. For what you're paying and getting this isn't particularly great, nor is it particularly bad. It could do with more fruit, seeds and nuts, in my humble opinion. I'm just grateful that the textures are pretty fine (i.e. not coarse or large). It bares a slight passing resemblance to another fine (not coarse) muesli brand; it's popular but not all that special. Summary. This one isn't really worth the asking price but it is pretty easy and ok to eat first thing in the morning.
Really gone downhill in recent years. The price h
Really gone downhill in recent years. The price has risen almost as quickly as the quantity of nuts and dates in the packet has fallen. No better than a basic own brand muesli now, lots of oats and raisins but very little else.
Not much, apart from oats
Poor value for money. Supposed to contain "crunchy brazils". My packet had a total of half one brazil nut! If you are thinking of buying, I suggest you buy a packet of oats instead and add a handful of dried fruit.