I love this lemon yoghurt and I wish you made it in the bigger tub size. (Then again, maybe not as I would eat too much of it). I have tried most other brands of lemon yoghurt & yours wins hands down.
Purchased in July 2020 at Coles for $1.50.
Thick & Creamy Orchard Peach....
Not real thick, kinda creamy, shame it wasn't more of a peach taste though, would be nicer if it had chunk's of peach in it....
Purchased in November 2019 at Woolworths Online store.
Weird plastic taste
The strawberry one had a chemical/plastic taste. Never had that problem with any brand of yogurt before. Otherwise, would have been delish.
Purchased in November 2019 at Coles for $1.50.
Best thick yogurth available!!
Absolutely delicious!!! I could eat it every day! It's the thickest,most creamy yogurth I've found in Australia! I also use it in no bake cheesecake desserts! Also best value for money I might add!
Purchased in October 2019 at Coles Supermarkets for $4.00.
Lemon Cream - not a fan
The yoghurt was creamy, but I found it to be way too sweet. Also, the lemon flavour didn't taste quite right, and after reading the contents found that it used lemon juice concentrate. If I were to compare it to the Chobani lemon joghurt, Chobani is the clear winner. Chobani uses a lemon curd with bits of lemon rind to enhance the flavour, which sits at the bottom of the tub, you can mix it at your own discretion and is never too sweet.
Very disappointed with the Dairy Farmers version, I won't be buying again... makes it hard to support local farmers.
Purchased in July 2019 at Woolworths for $1.25.
Too much sugar !
I love your thick and creamy texture of the yoghurt, but I do think that there is too much sugar per serving. In the lemon cream yoghurt tub of 150 grams, there is 23.6 grams of sugar per serve, which is about 5 teaspoons ! I have tried your other flavours too, and find them all too sweet. Pity, as it seems like a good product with lots of variety and interesting fruits.
DF, your Thick and Creamy Caramelised Fig Yoghurt is just wonderful. We have been buying it product for some time and have managed to get our children to start eating Yoghurt. The only issue is that Coles seems to run out of those quite regularly with no proper excuses. Woolies range always seems to be unpacked and shelved by the night stackers. Keep up the good work and keep the production flowing
Questions & Answers
Why are their no longer any yogurts with the tingley, fizzy taste like it supposed to have. Your yoghurt was one of the best but now all the brands merely make an over sweet dairy dessert!
Peter B - If by tingley, fizzy you mean sour, that would be why I never used to eat yoghurt. My favourite yoghurt is the Dairy Farmers Lemon - it has a little zing to it without being over the top. Perhaps you could just by the vanilla yoghurt which is also yummy and add your own zing to it. I use the vanilla yoghurt over mixed berries. You will just have to go by trial and error I think. Good luck, Carol
Peter B - I know what you mean. I also remember, as a young child, the lovely flavor of yogurt. Non of the yogurts come close to that beautiful taste. I actually have tried every yogurt on the market and have not found any that come close. Having said that there are some lovely yogurts available, I keep away from the ones that say "Greek Style" as they are mostly cream.
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