Do you know what biscuits do they serve on the spaceships in Star Wars? Perhaps these Leibniz butter biscuits. They are thinner than the rounded rich tea biscuits, roughly the same thickness as the rich tea fingers. However, these ones by Leibniz softens very fast when dipped in tea or Milo. They are better eaten […]
This is an alternative to the classic YanYan biscuits from Meiji that was a childhood favourite. The part that is missing from these alternatives is the dipping in chocolate part. These sticks are quite good. Crunchy sticks of biscuits, slightly salted, coated in chocolate with crushed peanuts. What can go wrong? Nothing. It’s good and
Sometimes, the taste of something is not the deciding factor for the purchase. For kids, the game on the box or the pictures printed on the biscuits is usually more important. This is one good example. The biscuit is quite nice. But the game and the pictures of different dinosaurs on each biscuits really seals
Cookies are not native to Hainan. So if a company were to launch a cookie in Hainan, what flavor should it be? Without a doubt, of course coconut! There’s an abundance of coconut in Hainan. But coconut alone may not appeal to the masses. Then it’s obvious. Just add the most popular cookie flavour, chocolate.