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From Tesco to M&S & Aldi, we test the best cheese melts for BBQ burgers. Winner Contains Amazing Ingredients

Say cheese! If you're flipping a few burgers at your BBQ this week (if allowed given the fire risk), you may need some of this action.

Supermarkets are stocked with cheese melts that are perfect for topping meat patties.

But some add a thrill to your grill, while others leave you feeling a little off.

Thea Jacobs verdict on a scale of 5...

Asda Mature English Cheddar, £2.50

SLICES feels a little thin and flimsy, but it certainly packs a punch of flavor.

This cheese doesn't melt when topped on buns, but it's acceptable for its taste.

Score: 4/5

Morrison's Mature Cheddar, £ 1 .20

It bursts with a hint of acidity. , softens nicely over smoked piping hot meat patties.

Perfect if you want your burger to taste super rich and have a nice cheddar hit.

Score: 4/5

Aldi Cheddar & Red Onion, £1.19

Cheese and cheese cross It's a chutney, but somehow it works.

The cheddar cheese accentuates the patty's beefiness, while the sweetness of the red onion offsets the saltiness. A bite of dreams.

Score: 5/5

Waitrose Extra Mature Cheddar, £2. 55

Placing a sheet between the slices makes it easier to remove.

This is the most aged one, but I don't want it in my burger.

It was so strong that I forgot there was meat underneath.

Score: 3/5

Original Mexicana Cheddar, £2.49

Morrisons These mixed with a little chilli It's a thing. With the nutty taste of cheddar.

Packets warn hot and spicy, but mild enough for kids.

I expected something exciting. it's not.

Score: 3/5

Tesco Fire Pit Blue Stilton, £1.50

I like blue cheese and beef and these Between a wonderfully gooey burger and bun.

Michelin-starred, humble barbecue. Not for the faint of heart.

Score: 4/5

M&S Blacksticks Blue, £3.25

Melted as soon as they hit the burger, my Coat patty with blue cheese and orange cheese.

But it tastes just as good as meat. Considering the price, I want a stronger flavor.

Score: 3/5

Morrisons Monterey Jack, £ 1.50

Slightly processed but claimed Add veggies to your meal because it contains bell peppers.

Instead of melting, it's gooey and mouth-filling. But it doesn't look that cheap.

Score: 2/5

Aldi Monterey Jack & BBQ Melt, £1.19

Packet but slices when trying to peel It will crumble.

And it doesn't taste like cheese, it's more like a solid flavor to add to a burger. . less flavor.

Score: 2/5

Tesco Mature Cheddar, £2.50

The cheese sour sarney that my friends and I used to eat I remember being sent to school.

It's not a memory you want to relive, and adding it to a charcoal-grilled burger doesn't improve it.

Score: 2/5

Morrisons Spicy Cheddar, £1. 50

It has a spice alert and really packs a kick of chili pepper, but it overwhelms everything else. I will.

I had to reach for some milk to put out the fire.

Score: 1/5

M&S Sweet Chili Burger Melts, £2. 50

Very cheesy at first, but when you bite into it, the final taste has a hint of sweet chilli.

One of the most discreet products in the supermarket, he tastes good and adds something quirky to your burger.

Score: 4/5