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Oreo Thins (Golden)

Oreo Thins (Golden)

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Taste test: This thinner version of Oreos was introduced alongside mint chocolate and regular chocolate versions. Like those, each sandwich featured cookies that were about half as thin as regular Oreos, with about the same thickness of filling.

The odd thing about these was that although they appeared to be a thin version of Golden Oreo (or a super-thin version of Golden Oreo Mega Stuf), the word "Golden" did not appear anywhere on the package. The pictures made it obvious what they were, but the words did not. Where it said "chocolate sandwich cookies" on the thin chocolate version, this one simply said "sandwich cookies." So ... weird.

I crunched in to my first sandwich to find that it was really good. The taste reminded me of the delicious Vienna Fingers, except with a less solid feel, more brittle. It tasted so good that I ate a whole bunch of sandwiches in a row. When I did that, I decided that they were actually a bit too sweet. Nothing that a glass of cold milk couldn't remedy. Still, I liked them a lot, just don't eat too many without a beverage handy.

Aroma: Verrrrry nice! Just line Vienna Fingers.

Manufacturer: Mondelez Global LLC

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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Star Market (formerly Shaws, and Star Market again before that), Porter Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Review published .

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