Taste test: These thin, rectangular cookies had frilly edges and a 6x4 grid of holes across their tops, with the words "Special Tea" in script in the middle of each one.
We crunched in to find a fairly soft crunch and a dry feel, with some chocolate but not a lot. If you're looking for a chocolate rush, you would probably need to eat lots of these (maybe the whole pack) but they might work for dipping in tea, if you like to do that sort of thing. I don't do that sort of thing, so I had them with some cold milk. The cookies were better with the milk than without, but they were still nothing special.
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Smell test: Not much chocolate, but a little.
From the package: “Kedem is proud to introduce you to its new full line of Gourmet Biscuits.” ... “Made on a nut free production line” ... “Product of Israel”
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Company: Kedem Food Products
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