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    Arnott's here in Australia, best are: Kingston, Gaiety, Royals Mint Chocolate and Mint Slice.

    The Tim Tam is popular here, but imo overrated compared to the above.
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    Extremely controversial call from Red Hill here, saying the Tim Tam is over rated.

    Am also a Mint Slice fan, ftr.

    I only discovered Choc Digestives were a thing when I visited the UK. They're called something different out here. They are awesome, but "Chocolate Digestives" is a terrible name. It sounds like someone has tried to make a Barium Meal sound palatable. They deserve better.
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    Tim Tams are defo over-rated!

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    Over rated yes, but just like how Tendulkar is over rated. Still ****ing great at the end of the day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by harsh.ag View Post
    Love shortbreads. Dislike oreos.
    Are shortbreads the same as nan khatai you get in Indian bakeries? They're very dense and buttery too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirkut View Post
    Are shortbreads the same as nan khatai you get in Indian bakeries? They're very dense and buttery too.
    Haven't had them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgey View Post
    Extremely controversial call from Red Hill here, saying the Tim Tam is over rated.

    Am also a Mint Slice fan, ftr.

    I only discovered Choc Digestives were a thing when I visited the UK. They're called something different out here. They are awesome, but "Chocolate Digestives" is a terrible name. It sounds like someone has tried to make a Barium Meal sound palatable. They deserve better.
    I wont turn down a Tim Tam, but I just dont think they are the greatest. Arnott's Gaiety is a similar biscuit which is a better biscuit imo, and also has one of the poxier names.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirkut View Post
    Are shortbreads the same as nan khatai you get in Indian bakeries? They're very dense and buttery too.
    So much so that they're being renamed "GIMHs".

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    Chocolate Wheatens all the way. Assuming they're similar to those "digestives" (sweet jesus what a **** name) you poms refer to.
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    My favourite biscuit Hide and seek.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgey View Post
    So much so that they're being renamed "GIMHs".
    Underrated post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drmohansingh View Post
    My favourite biscuit Hide and seek.
    Is hide the biscuit a bit like hide the strudel?

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    Kirkut could so easily be the name of a biscuit
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirkut View Post
    Are shortbreads the same as nan khatai you get in Indian bakeries? They're very dense and buttery too.
    Shortbreads are not as dense, and they're sweet not salty.

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    Hide and Seek looks more like a chocolate chip cookie:


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