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Community Level 4Lgair

Lgair

There Is Nothing Like A Smooth Dane

AdvantagesPure creamy butter

DisadvantagesBasically all fat, but who cares

"...That's why I only buy Lurpak Unsalted Butter. It is the smoothest, creamiest butter that I have found on the market since living in the UK. I never use salted butter. I find if I use salted butter in a recipe, it alters the taste and then you also have to figure out how to alter the amount of salt called for in a recipe. If you use unsalted butter, the taste is pure and delicate, as it was meant to be. Lurpack has been on the market since 1901, ..." Read review
06.12.2001

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Community Level 4carpathian

carpathian

Landlubber Lurpak

AdvantagesRich creamy taste

DisadvantagesMakes a poor spread.

"...on your bread than unsalted Lurpak butter? Well just about any English unsalted farm butter beats it hands down for taste actually, no bones about it Lurpak unsalted does not stack up well as a spread, but of course this is not what it was made for. Where Lurpak unsalted comes into its own is in the cookery department, English farm butters, although excellent for taste, tend to have a lot of free liquid in them, this of course means a lot of ..." Read review
15.11.2001

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Community Level 6Dalesman

Dalesman

Danish Magic

AdvantagesSmooth, Creamy and distinctive

Disadvantagescan be a bit pricey depending on where you shop

"...today’s celebrity TV chefs use Lurpak when cooking. Lurpak won the gold medal Last year, at the Cheese and Butter World Championships held in Wisconsin, USA, a fitting tribute to its quality as this year Lurpak is 100 years old, which probably makes Lurpack the most authentic Brand name in the world as far as butter is concerned. Today you can find Lurpak being sold in more than 100 countries worldwide - I understand that it can even be found ..." Read review
09.11.2001

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Community Level 7ashford

ashford

Probably the Best Butter in the World

AdvantagesDelicious. High Quality. Creamy

DisadvantagesNone that I can think of

"Lurpak butter is distinguished by its natural,delicate,taste which to me brings out the flavour of food so well.Its unbeatable taste and quality makes it my very favourite butter. The product is churned out in Denmark using the finest creams for which this Scandinavian country has a world wide reputation. Actually Lurpak celebrated its first centenary on October 23,2001 and currently the Danish company produces five types of butter. These are: ..." Read review
08.11.2001

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Community Level 4Jeser

Jeser

LURPACK BUTTER

AdvantagesGreat for many cooking and baking uses uses

Disadvantagesnon

"THE GREATEST BUTTER EVER I have purchased Lurpack Butter for very many years and it tastes great for many reasons as follows: Out of all the butter brands I have tried over the years Lurpack is the very best. It has a very creamy taste and is great for spreading on bread, scones, baguettes, brioche, crossiants. It is great for using in Scones, Cakes, bread and butter pudding adding to potatoes and vegetables. It leaves no aftertaste ..." Read review
01.08.2003

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Community Level 3zorbay

zorbay

Lurpak is Lovely

AdvantagesCreamy Tasty Vesatile

DisadvantagesA Bit More Expensive

"...very favourite butter which is Lurpak from Denmark. The Danish people have a reputation for producing excellent dairy products and one of the very finest of these items is Lurpak butter. The creameries in the Kingdom of Denmark are world renowned and their standards are very high-it shows in this fine butter. What is so special about Lurpak you might well ask ? Well I think it is the creamiest butter I have ever tasted. Its o smooth and easy ..." Read review
23.02.2002

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Community Level 3BecksterMas

BecksterMas

Buttery Bliss

AdvantagesTastes gorgeous

DisadvantagesHas to be out of fridge for a while before you can spread it

"Lurpak unsalted butter is gorgeous. It is lovely on toast, crumpets, teacakes, muffins... Because its unsalted you can feel less guilty! PRICE I usually buy it for around £1.25. It is widely available. STORAGE Store in the fridge-its best to get it out about 15mins before you need it to make it easier to spread. It can also be frozen. One thing i love doing is cutting it into slabs, then mixing each slab with crushed garlic and fresh ..." Read review
06.07.2008

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Community Level 1squelchy64

Quick review of Lurpak Danish Butter

"Aboslutely scrummy. It is so soft and spreads easily and it doesn't leave that greasy feeling in your mouth like other butters do. I highly recommed it to butter buffs!
13.02.2008

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Community Level 1blythburgh

blythburgh

Lurpak Douglas site

Advantagesfree gifts

Disadvantagesgetting them

"...I won? Who knows, Lurpak doesn't seem to care. And to add insult to injury one person who just joined and has a mere 200 points claims to have received a parcel with everything ever given out by Lurpak including a mobile phone. What price loyalty. If you are collecting the loyalty points keep checking on the site because the goodies will go quickly as there are many pwople waiting for them. You have been warned. ..." Read review
24.06.2003

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