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Have to say, I always try and buy local! However, I had some of Tescos Hot X Buns today and well they knock spots of Ramsey Bakery Hot X Buns. Tescos, although a bit smaller in size are packed with fruit and have a lovely sticky glaze. Ramsey Bakery buns are - hardly any fruit and quite dry! Will be buying my Hot X Buns from Tesco this year.

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Have to say, I always try and buy local! However, I had some of Tescos Hot X Buns today and well they knock spots of Ramsey Bakery Hot X Buns. Tescos, although a bit smaller in size are packed with fruit and have a lovely sticky glaze. Ramsey Bakery buns are - hardly any fruit and quite dry! Will be buying my Hot X Buns from Tesco this year.

 

I'd have to agree with Bray Hill.

I bought a packet of 6 "Hot Cross buns" from Ramsey Bakery and have to say that although we always buy their bread, the H C buns were shit. Tasteless didn't even come into it, they made slimcea seem tasty.

All they were, were so called "fruit buns", with very little fruit with a cross on top, full of air with little texture.

The remaining 4 went in the bin.

 

 

And yes, I know I am quite sad posting about effing buns.

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Have to say, I always try and buy local! However, I had some of Tescos Hot X Buns today and well they knock spots of Ramsey Bakery Hot X Buns. Tescos, although a bit smaller in size are packed with fruit and have a lovely sticky glaze. Ramsey Bakery buns are - hardly any fruit and quite dry! Will be buying my Hot X Buns from Tesco this year.

 

I'd have to agree with Bray Hill.

I bought a packet of 6 "Hot Cross buns" from Ramsey Bakery and have to say that although we always buy their bread, the H C buns were shit. Tasteless didn't even come into it, they made slimcea seem tasty.

All they were, were so called "fruit buns", with very little fruit with a cross on top, full of air with little texture.

The remaining 4 went in the bin.

 

 

And yes, I know I am quite sad posting about effing buns.

 

But doesn't the "different words children" advert say "They're yummy and full of fruit"? So you must be wrong. Sorry.

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I'm not convinced by this story. Why would you want to tell the world which is the best hot cross bun? You take the risk of everybody going out and buying them, leaving none left for you. I suspect that this means the Tesco buns aren't very good, and it's the Ramsey Bakery ones that are best, but you want them all to yourself.

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I suspect the come-over hot x buns are full of chemicals giving that delicious sticky glaze, not to mention preservatives, sweeteners and E numbers.

I'd bet my grandmothers gold teeth that the Ramsey ones are the better, more wholesome product.

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