Diana Picnic Vainilla
Taste test: These wafers deviated quite a bit in their packaging and presentation from the typical wafer packages. Most contain two sheets of multi-layer wafers, each cut into 10 or 12 pieces, all together in one wrapper. Here they provided individually wrapped serving-size packages, cut them much wider than your typical wafers, and also made them much thinner. Each piece had just one creme layer surrounded by two wafer layers, allowing each package to include three of the stacked wafers. They were also twice as wide, at about 2 inches, with the usual length of a bit over 3 inches. Normal wafer packaging often results in lots of tiny bits of wafer dust that get everywhere when you pull them apart, but eliminating the need to separate the wafers seemed to successfully take away most of them mess.
The wafers themselves were light orange in color, with a white creme layer in between. They had a very light crunch and a good vanilla flavor. Pretty good.
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Smell test: Strong sweet vanilla smell.
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