Unfortunately, this deal has expired 2 days ago.
Posted 27 February 2023

Regal Crunchy Tea Rusks 200g - £1 (Clubcard Price) @ Tesco

DealDiscloser's avatar
Shared by
Joined in 2021

About this deal

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

More Cake deals

Find more like this

See all deals

Discover more deals on our homepage

Decent price for these Regal Tea Rusks in a 200g pack.

Currently £1.15 at Sainsbury's & Amazon so seems like a good offer on them currently.

Available Instore & Online.

Looking for a crunchy snack to go with any hot beverage like tea, coffee or hot chocolate? Regal tea rusk is a perfect choice. Crisp and double-baked, this tea rusk would make teatime a delight for you and your loved ones.

Tea rusk is the Indian version of Italian biscotti and is made much in the same way. It is baked with love not once but twice to achieve that delightful crunchiness we all love. Our original tea rusk is a coffee time classic made from the finest of ingredients - a perfect snack for any time of the day.

  • Premium Quality
  • Suitable for vegetarians
  • Halal

Allergy Information
May contain traces of Nuts and Sesame

Store in a cool dry place.
For best before see pack.

Useful Links & Info

Tesco More details at Tesco

Community Updates
Cost of Living Deals
New Comment

You may also like

Cost of Living

View all deals


sorted by
's avatar
  1. missmoneyhoney's avatar
    These taste like stale bread to me
    v5535's avatar
    They're rusks.
  2. bargainhunter1's avatar
    Because they are like bread slices and not like these buns.
  3. adrianphylipjones's avatar
    I used to like Farley's rusks, despite being an adult, I wonder if these taste the same.
    DealfinderMK's avatar
    Nope. These are quite crusty, a bit like a slightly sweet cob/roll that's been left out for ages. Great dipped in your cuppa though, just like dunking a biccy
  4. Az-zee-A's avatar
    they make too much of a mess when eating them. popular with uncle n auntie generation (said in a Desi sense)
  5. mwa's avatar
    awful on their own, great with tea
    Secret_Idiot's avatar
    I've never imagined anyone having them dry before now
  6. adil171's avatar
    These are delicious
    ciderno1's avatar
  7. charles_roma's avatar
    Masala chai and rusk on a balmy afternoon sun..
  8. HellriderUKDeals69's avatar
    I would pay the 15p extra and get it delivered by Amazon.
    Grazz0r's avatar
    Not me- as I don't want a pack full of broken ones for a higher price!
  9. Yazza123's avatar
    These are nice.
  10. sandra51's avatar
    Are these anything like the Fox's Classics Original Thick Tea Biscuits that we used to be able to buy ?49657057-fruUO.jpg
    joe010201's avatar
    Nothing like it. Imagine a brioche bread the sweet kind not the burger bun kind , dried out. Basically what rusk is and then it hydrates in the tea basically.
  11. Husla's avatar
    Loved these when I was a kid.
  12. Sarah18's avatar
    Can’t see these on Amazon for £1.15, which makes this more of a bargain! Have some heat
's avatar