MCVITIE'S HOBNOBS OAT BISCUITS REVIEW 2016


Hello all, today's review is going to be delightful because it has got to do with food and I'm sure you are going to love it. We will be reviewing a very exotic and delicious biscuit called Mcvities Hobnobs Oat Biscuit.




PRODUCT REVIEW

I grew up eating a lot of biscuits, it was sort of a necessity for me and if I don't eat 2 packs of biscuits at night, I wouldn't sleep. That was when I was very young though, as a matter of fact, I lost complete interest in biscuits in my teen years. Maybe it was because I took too much of it early and probably was the cause for the loss of appetite. So if I am to eat any biscuit at all then it must be completely exceptional! I don't eat cheap biscuits (all those five naira, 10 naira biscuits), only high grade and high quality biscuits like Mcvitie's Hobnobs, Mcvities Digestive biscuits, Nasco biscuits, Shortbread etc.


I have a really huge taste when it comes to things I put into my mouth, I love sweet things and people often complain about the sugary things I take as a guy, but hey, as I take in the calories there is an equal and proportional work out or exercise to follow it up. I am very conscious of my health and I take time to take care of myself too.

Mcvitie's Hobnobs Oat biscuit is a crunchy oat & wheat biscuit made from rolled oats and wheat flour. It is delicious and natural, no artificial flavors or colors unlike the regular biscuits out there in the market. Its crunchiness with visible mixtures of oats and wheat makes it unique and special. It is a joy to eat (considering its delicious taste) and also a joy to behold (considering its attractive look). For me it was simply love at first sight and love at first taste.



Eating Mcvitie's Hobnobs Oat biscuits made me realize that there is a huge difference between eating a regular biscuit and a top class biscuit such as Mcvities Hobnobs Oat biscuits. The quality, packaging, taste made the difference even clearer. I would rather save up to buy a quality biscuit that at the end of the day I would be glad and happy with myself that indeed I have eating a really good biscuit than settle for a low grade biscuit. Mcvitie's Hobnobs Oat biscuits is indeed a high class biscuit, I never knew I could get it even for a cheaper price in shoprite, I urge you guys to try it out.

MANUFACTURER DETAILS

Mcvitie's Hobnobs Oat Biscuits is made in Nigeria by A&P Foods Ltd situated at 76/94 Abeokuta express way, Dokpemu, Agege, Lagos Nigeria under the ultimate license from United Biscuits (UK) Ltd.

You can a customer representative on +23417901234

REGISTRATION AND ENDORSEMENT

Mcvitie's Hobnobs Oat Biscuits has a Nafdac registration number of A1-7129 and an NIS number of FT-2658


PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS

Mcvitie's Hobnobs Oat biscuits has a net weight of 100g and comes in an orange attractive wrapper. There are 8 Hobnobs Oat biscuits in a pack.

PRICE AND AVAILABILITY

The price of Mcvitie's Hobnobs Oat biscuits is between N110 - N250 depending on where you purchase it. I bought the Mcvitie's Hobnobs Oat biscuits in shoprite for just N109, the price should be between N150 - N250 in supermarkets and supermarts. It is readily available in supermarkets Nationwide.

RATINGS AND RECOMMENDATION

Mcvitie's Hobnobs Oat biscuits is one of the most sort after biscuits in Nigeria because of its immensely huge value for such a low cost. Lovers of high grade and quality biscuits will definitely relate to what I am saying. I would definitely recommend it to anyone who haven't given Mcvities Hobnobs Oat biscuits a trial. We rate the Mcvitie's Hobnobs Oat biscuits an impressive 8/10 on our rate scale.

I hope you enjoyed this review, let us hear your say and experience about this product, we love to hear from you, please drop your comments below.

Have a great day!



MCVITIE'S HOBNOBS OAT BISCUITS REVIEW 2016 MCVITIE'S HOBNOBS OAT BISCUITS REVIEW 2016 Reviewed by Review Rites on 05:54 Rating: 5

2 comments

Abdulwahab Ovurevu said...

This biscuit is good but i prefer other mcvities varieties.

Anonymous said...

i never miss my short bread

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