M&S don’t win any points for original naming – this is one of five “Turkey Feasts” we’ve encountered so far. The malted brown bread and red-maroon packaging are similarly generic.
The contents are drowning in mayo, which is a surprisingly cheap trick for Marks and Sparks. Also, there is a noticable lack of any leafy texture. Otherwise the sandwich is very good: we’ve got authentic turkey, authentic bacon, and probably the best vehicle for cranberry’s yet – a nice, tangy chutney with a slightly clove-like (cloven?) aftertaste – very festive.