What have you done yuck
What the actual flip have arnotts done to destroy a once scrumptious biscuit. Country cheese use to be one of my all time fav biscuits, id actually eat them like chips they where that good... BUT now the new Arnotts country dirt biscuit are so thin and bland that even the dog are walking away from them... Seriously why change a classic ps Dont you DARE touch cheds!!
Have not had some for a while as I had sought of gone off biscuits but always loved Arnotts country cheese. What happened these are not the same there goes another brand I used to love but obviously changed owners or recipe why ruin a good thing.
Best biscuits ever!!!
These are such delicious cheddar biscuits. I prefer to eat them plain so I can savour every flavour but they are also delicious with dips and cheese on top. If youre looking for a delicious Aussie savoury biscuits, make sure to try these :)
Huge Fail! Sack who ever decided to change (ruin) this biscuit!!!
Wow what a Disappointment !!! whoever thought to change this cracker should be fired on the spot!! Much smaller in size with practically no cheese taste anymore just a sort of burnt crumbly cardboard flavour now. These used to be one of my three all time favourites now I just ate three and could hardly finish them. They are AWFUL!! It was so bad I got online to see if anyone else was as disappointed as me. I'll never buy them again and the chickens can have the rest of that packet! Idiots! to ruin something so good!
6 months ago I would have given these biscuits a 5 star rating. Have Arnott's made these biscuits thinner? You cannot even take a bite without the biscuits crumbling everywhere or cracking if you attempt to put a topping on them. This was not the case previously. I have just opened another packet and they are already crumbled and cracked before I get to the wrapping. So Disappointing.
I had a party of 16 for Christmas. I provided five 'Dips' of various flavours and your crackers for dipping. My friends ALL complained that these Country Cheese Crackers collapsed on trying to pick up the dip. This must some weakness in the structure as I have NEVER had this happen before and I am very fond of them. So I had guests not pleased with my first course and dips only 1/3 used with biscuit crumbs still in them!
A party let-down.
I tried two packets, and I expect a couple of biscuits at the ends of the pack to be damaged, but not most of them although looking OK to fall apart in ordinary use.
Fantastic cheese crackers that have a subtle cheese flavour. The crackers use to have a sharper cheddar cheese flavour but not so much any more so they are suitable for the whole family. They have a slight crunch but are softer than most crackers and have a texture that melts in your mouth. Great to eat on their own or with spreads. A lot of kids enjoy them with a little butter/margarine so they can squish it through the holes to make little worms. Great to have as a snack. Available from all good supermarkets and convenience stores. Fairly pri...ced. Store once opened in an air tight container to prevent the crackers softening too quick. Great amount of crackers per pack. Well known brand. Great soft texture. Great amount per pack. Flavour has changed over the years, only a subtle cheddar cheese flavour now
Questions & Answers
How many crackers are roughly in a packet?
Thanks for your question. Experience around the office here has revealed a standard 250g package contains approx. 53 crackers. Although since the Industrial Revolution, great strides have been achieved in manufacturing consistency, the mix is subject to changes in solids content and humidity at the time of mixing and packaging. Therefore, we have observed as few as 50 crackers in a box, and as many as 57. If you are a student of statistics, the tolerance may appear unacceptable. However, it should be noted that I'm a simple connoisseur, not an Arnott's employee and am only reporting what I've observed on my personal Country Cheese journey.
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