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A budget supermarket bottle of prosecco has taken the top spot as the best in the UK.
The festive taste test involves tasting all the Christmas food and drink on offer and picking the best in each category.
The Morrison’s bottle scored 89/100 beating out the likes of Aldi and Lidl. Harvey Nichols’ £16 bottle of Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore came second.
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Morrison’s might have come out on top in the alcohol department, but the main winner on the day was Tesco, which had number one spots in meat stuffing, gluten-free mince pies, veggie mains, and Christmas ham categories.
We have one question: how do we get on that tasting panel?
The experts blind tasted a whopping 383 different Christmas products across 20 categories to select their favourites.
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Onto the very important matter of the Christmas roast dinner, now. Marks & Spencer came first in the frozen turkey and crowns category.
Its £14.40 Turkey Breast Crown with Pork, Sage, and Onion Stuffing received a score of 84/100.
Arguably more important than anything else is the roast potatoes. McCain’s Roasts (£3.10) stole the show in this department with a score of 85/100.
“Testers loved the fantastic crunch and deep flavour of these spuds, which were also praised for its beef dripping coating.” Good Housekeeping said.
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The spokesperson continued: “We’ve tested and tasted great products from a wide range of retailers and brands from Aldi and Lidl to EAT, Ocado and M&S, proving that regardless of price, more and more thought is being given to the taste, dietary requirements and versatility of all products being sold this Christmas.”
It’s a hard job, but somebody’s got to do it.