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Delissia Danish Cookies

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Brand: Delissia / Type: Biscuits

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      03.08.2010 22:03
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      Okay for just £1

      These 400 gram Delissia cookies are a product I bought from Poundland. I don't know whether they are sold elsewhere or not but I know I see them on almost every visit that I make there so it must be one of their perennially stocked items.

      It comes in a gold coloured box with the Delissia logo. Underneath is a picture of some cookies on baking rack.

      Being a value product, there is not nice tray packaging or anything like that, inside is a see through bag so you have to put these out on a plate or into a cookie jar as the presentation is minimal.

      You get a selection of about ten different cookie styles, some are simply rectangular, some round, some seashell shapes, some double layers and so on. Similarly some contain currants, some are sugar topped, there is a real variety.

      Unfortunately, a large portion of my bag was squashed and many of the cookies crushed to pieces though for £1 I can't complain too much. Luckily, they were just for family snacking.

      Generally I found them of reasonable quality, quite crunchy and flavoursome. My main gripe would be that they were very very dry. Best to be had with some kind of drink. They also smelt very good. However, though the range of designs were good, I felt overall it lacked variety in tastes and flavours.

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