Taste test: These cookies had a standard graham/butter cookie taste with a bit of orange flavoring.
They were supposed to be shaped like various tropical things, but it was hard for me to figure out what the actual shapes were trying to depict. The largest ones were triangular, sort of like pizza slices, which I don't usually think of as tropical. (Maybe Hawaiian pizza?) Another kind looked sort of like the illustration on the bag of a shark eating an orange, or at least the shark part of it. (Question for any marine biologists out there: Do sharks really eat oranges?) Other cookies looked like they were supposed to be the bear in the illustration of a bear on a surfboard. (No need for anyone to contact me on this one. If I remember anything at all from school, it's that bears do indeed surf.) Another was maybe supposed to be the top of a palm tree. There were two other kinds that I couldn't figure out at all, so I just ate them.
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Smell test: Smells like an orange Creamsicle.
From the package: “Tropical Shaped Grahams” ... “This product is produced in a nut-free facility.” ... “No Dairy/No Peanuts/Whole Grain/Trans Fat Free/Good Source of Calcium” ... “The contents of this package satisfy USDA requirements for one bread serving, as well as the FCS instruction for the grains/breads component requirement in the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Program.”
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Company: MJM Marketing
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Doyle's, Jamaica Plain. Review published .