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Tropical Fields Crispy Coconut Rolls
Snack Review

Tropical Fields Crispy Coconut Rolls

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Taste test: These coconut rolls had somewhat bumpy-looking surfaces, but a closer look revealed that they were relatively smooth and just looked bumpy because of the many varying shades of beige. They also had a spiral structure that wasn't obvious at first.

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We crunched in to find a relatively hard crunch for a wafer roll, not as brittle as many similar products, and a relatively weak coconut flavor for a coconut roll. In fact, I could barely taste any coconut at first, but there was a nice, mild sweet coconut flavor in the aftertaste. Quite different than expected, but tasty and good.

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Smell test: Nice, very strong sweet coconut smell.

From the package: “Our Coconut Rolls are made using fresh coconut milk and flavor some sesame seeds. Fresh and natural ingredients are the key to making delicious exotic snacks, that is why we grow our coconuts locally. We take pride in using our own tropical recipe. We roll then bake each treat giving it a unique crisp golden brown texture. Whilst you bake, the fresh tropical aroma is enough to entice you.”

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Company: Alli & Rose LLC

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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Costco. Review published .

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