Ovaltine Cookies
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  • However, when I did get to try one for the first time, I was very disappointed since it did not have that chocolaty taste I had craved so much
  • In other words, it tasted just as cheap as I bought it for at the time, and I wasn't happy about it
  • The Ovaltine cookies I know comes in a small orange pack, and has about four Ovaltine cookies inside
  • I think the label might have looked different when I was seven years old, and they changed it to the orange one
  • I would recommend these cookies to be eaten as tea biscuits since I am not sure that a lot of people would enjoy them as much dry


    • by Redtape
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      I first heard about Ovaltine Cookies when I was about seven years old and I used to see them advertising on television and on the radio. When I saw them advertising on television they looked like chocolate cookies to me, so I assumed they were chocolate cookies and couldn’t wait to have them. However, when I did get to try one for the first time, I was very disappointed since it did not have that chocolaty taste

      I had craved so much. Instead the cookies were hard and crispy but tasted like plain cookies with only cocoa powder added. In other words, it tasted just as cheap as I bought it for at the time, and I wasn’t happy about it. Nevertheless, some of my friends still liked the cookies for some reason. Plus, it was only later when I heard about the Ovaltine drink, which is a bit like hot chocolate, and I ...

      • realised that the cookies are actually tea biscuits.

        The Ovaltine cookies I know comes in a small orange pack, and has about four Ovaltine cookies inside. I think the label might have looked different when I was seven years old, and they changed it to the orange one; but the cookies always tasted the same to me.

        A few years after I first heard about Ovaltine cookies, I assumed we had stopped importing them since I did

        not hear them advertise or see them in the supermarkets I visited for a long while. However, just recently when I was at school, I was surprised when I saw them selling in the cafeteria; and since they were very cheap, I decided to buy a pack. The taste never changed.

        I would recommend these cookies to be eaten as tea biscuits since I am not sure that a lot of people would enjoy them as much dry.




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