REVIEW: Turkey, bacon and cranberry by Waitrose (2013)

Since last year’s Christmas Sandwich blog a Waitrose has opened and it is now the third closest shop to the office. Hooray!

£3.20 -Turkey, Pork Sage & Onion Stuffing, Cranberry & Port Sauce, Mayo, Spinach, Smoked Bacon, Malted Bread.

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There’s that fancy cranberry and port sauce again. Are Pret supplying Waitrose? It wouldn’t surprise me. Let’s hope the stuffing isn’t like yesterday because I’m still finding it around my desk.

I don’t think I’ve ever eaten a Waitrose sandwich. If you know otherwise please let me know. I like the knitted jumper packaging, but just naming your Christmas sandwich after the three main ingredients? Come on, put some more effort in! It’s a nice looking, colourful sandwich though.

So allegedly my first ever Waitrose sandwich. What is it like? The stuffing and cranberry are subtle, which is usually a good thing, but they are overwhelmed by spinach and mayonnaise. In fact there is a ridiculous amount of spinach in this. The whole thing just tastes of iron and goo. That poor bacon and turkey 😦

First Waitrose sandwich? Not impressed. How is Greggs winning so far this year?

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