Air France Biscuits Apéritif

Air France Biscuits Apéritif

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Taste: I wasn't sure what to expect before opening this, and it turned out to be quite an unusual snack. The best description I can give is that these are small crackers made out of roughly the same material as pretzels. Each is about a half inch by a half inch, and an eighth of an inch thick. The shapes resemble various kinds of bread, such as a slice of bread, a spiral sticky bun and a roll. Biting into them was disappointing: They tasted kind of like pretzels, but they were not crisp, and they quickly become chewy. There was a slight sesame taste. The bag also included five very small raisins, which were sweet and good.

Aroma: Nice sort of baked good smell.

Manufacturer: Sovagib (France)

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From the package: "Ingrédients: Farine de froment, huile de palme partiellement hydrogénée, Farine de blé malté, graines de pavot et de sésame, levure boulangère et sel. Raisins secs."

This snack was discovered by Amitai aboard Air France. Review published .

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