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Aldi Cafe Bistro Milk Chocolate Biscuits

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Brand: Aldi / Type: Biscuits

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      02.12.2009 13:31
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      Treat yourself these are marvelous!

      When it comes to biscuits I absolutely love them and if they covered in naughty milk chocolate all the better says I!

      My Mum picked this box up in Aldi and to be honest I didn't expect them to be all that nice really. When it comes to chocolate I prefer it to be branded and wouldn't opt to purchase these myself but at 59p a box my Mother felt for us gannets they were worth a go!

      The Packagaing:

      Oblong light brown box with a photograph of the biscuits on the front of it. I'm also told they are Cafe Bistro Milk Chocolate Coated Butter Biscuits, that they are suitable for Vegetarians, there is an at a glance nutritional chart on there and the weight is stated which is 125g. On the back of the box other information includes being told a little bit about the product, ingredients and allergy advice is given, there is a full nutritional chart on there and contact details for Aldi are given. Inside the box there is a black tray which has 3 compartments housing a total of 15 biscuits and a clear pull off wrapper over the top of that which is easily removed of course. Nice enough packaging, informative enough and it doesn't look cheap and/or nasty at all.

      The Biscuits And Me:

      These biscuits are wonderful and I never thought I'd say that! What you get is a golden smooth biscuit to the base of it which tastes golden really and is hard to explain but it's not overly sweet and it is buttery and just really tasty and crispy. Engraved into that is the word Butter. Over the top of that is a thickish layer of glossy sweet smelling milk chocolate. It overhangs over the biscuit base and has a drawing on it of either the Eiffel tower, some sort of church and a wheel and truly it is delicious, rich yummy creamy chocolate that is seriously so morish.

      I like the taste and the texture of these and the fact the chocolate is of great tasty quality and that there is plenty of it and I think these are a bargain so what are you waiting for?.......oh you've gone to Aldi already.......good stuff lol.

      Allergy Advice:

      Contains Gluten, wheat, soya and milk
      Suitable for Vegetarians

      Nutritional Information Per Biscuit:

      Calories: 70
      Sugar: 5.5g
      Fat: 3.6g
      Saturated Fat: 2.2g
      Salt: 0.1g

      Only available in Aldi stores.

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