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Taste test: These snacks took an unusual form, as in the end, they were basically really good cookies, but they got there by starting with a crepe, rolling/folding it up to create some hollow areas, drying it into a crunchy state and then coating in chocolate. The result was really quite good, with a nice crispy crunch, light feel and great chocolate taste.
The box contained a plastic tray with six compartments, each holding a stack of three rectangular pieces. The Nutrition Facts said that six pieces constituted a serving, but really just one piece was plenty for a perfectly good (indeed great) snack.
Aroma: Excellent creamy milk chocolate smell.
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From the package: "The Crêpe Dentelle was invented in Brittany, the result of a moment's absent-mindedness on the part of pastry-cook, Marie-Catherine Cornic." ... "If chocolate is subjected to temperature variations, it can slightly bloom, which does not alter its qualities."
This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Village Market, Roslindale Square. Review published .