Mikado Chocolate Biscuit Reviews
Product Type: Kraft Snacks
Newest Review: ... much more on Mikado, why not visit us at www.mikado.com" The packaging is nicely decorated and attractive looking. The ... more
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Lu Mikado Milk Chocolate 75g (Box of 24)
Mikado are ultra - thin, crunchy biscuit sticks coated with wonde ...
Last Update 25.05.2013 02:49
Mikado Milk Chocolate Biscuit 75 g (Pack of6)
Suitable for vegetarians
Last Update 25.05.2013 02:49
by - written on 01/04/11 (Very useful, 410 readings)
Mikado is a popular Japanese snack and is manufactured by Glico. It is similar to another product they manufacture called Pocky, although Pocky is a bit harder to get hold of and Mikado is more readily available in places like supermarkets. My local Tesco's stock Mikado, and I have recently spotted it in Poundland, where you can get two 75g packets for £1.00. Product description: "Mikado are ultra thin, crunchy biscuit sticks coated with wonderfully smooth milk chocolate. We've left one end bare so you don't get your fingers sticky. To create this deliciously different snack we were inspired by the game of Mikado, also known as 'pick up sticks'. We ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/02/11, updated on 17/02/11 (Very useful, 106 readings)
**This review is also on Ciao, under "MonsoonBaby88"** I have been a regular MCM Expo convention goer for the past few years, and I often spend a bit of my cash on the Japanese food stall, buying up Japanese chocolate and treats in particular. One that I am guaranteed to snap up whenever I venture into a convention is Pocky. For those who do not know what this is, Pocky is a thin rectangle box with thin biscuit sticks contained inside. One half of it is dipped in chocolate, banana or strawberry flavourings, and and are very delicious, though sadly quite small. Mikado is actually Pocky, but it has been renamed for us European consumers. So ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/01/11 (Very useful, 49 readings)
Before purchasing, I had seen the amusing adverts on TV for Mikados but had never thought to buy any until I seen them near the checkout at Asda for £1, and at that price I couldn't resist. Basically, Mikados are thin, biscuit like sticks dipped in chocolate, only three quarters of the actual stick is covered in chocolate though, leaving a naked biscuit part at the bottom for you to hold whilst you indulge in it so you don't get chocolate on your fingers. Originally, Mikados are from Japan and they gave been sold there since the 1960's but now due to high demand they have been launched globally and you can find them in your local supermarket for under £2. You ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/08/10 (Very useful, 141 readings)
When studying, I seem to eat so much junk food it's unreal. Literally I can go through a whole packet of biscuits without even realising it! No wonder I seem to have put on weight since starting a year ago! During my stressful exam period this year, Mikado biscuits were one of my snacks of choice and, I am ashamed to say, I would easily eat a pack at a time! So why are they so tempting? *************************** Mikado are quite simple in principle. They are basically just sticks of biscuit half dipped in chocolate and remind me of the taste of the 'Animal Biscuits' that I used to eat as a child, minus the Cadbury's chocolate of course! The biscuit ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/08/10 (Very useful, 151 readings)
In the last 2 month I tried to reduce junk food in my diet to a minimum and this affected also my family as I hardly buy any sweets. Occasionally my hubby goes out to do the shopping and he stocks up several sweets for himself and the kids. Last time they came back with a pack of Mikado milk chocolate coated biscuit sticks and some others, but this time I would like to review only the Mikado. Mikado ------------ Mikado (Emperor of Japan) is a pick-up sticks game originating in Europe. Actually it started its spread from Hungary. I loved to play this game as a kid... For details please visit www.mikado.com Price and ... Read the complete review
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