Taste test: Our favorite thing about these cookies, even before we tried to eat them, was the name. At first, "Kook Hee" looked like just some more Korean words that we didn't understand, until we decided to pronounce them. And once we did, we had a lot of fun offering the cookies to potential taste testers by saying, "Would you like to try a Kook Hee?"
As much fun as it was to talk about these cookies, they were also quite good to eat. The box contained 12 individually wrapped packs of four cookie sandwiches, and each sandwich was about the size of an Oreo. The cookies had elaborate designs on their exteriors, with some holes where the filling was showing through. We crunched in to find that the taste was very much like Nutter Butters — which is to say, quite good — though the Kook Hees had a more crumbly feel than Nutter Butters. Some snackers said the taste was more like actual peanuts than peanut butter. Everyone who tried a Kook Hee said they enjoyed eating it.
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Smell test: Just like Nutter Butters, nice.
From the package: “Delicious Promise”
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Categories for this snack:
- Snacks from Korea (139 reviews)
- Cookies (602 snacks)
- Peanut Butter Snacks (341 snacks)
- Sandwiches (273 snacks)
This snack was discovered by Jeremy at H Mart, Cambridge/Burlington, Massachusetts. Review published .
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