Taste test: These animal crackers followed mostly the same formula as the Ginbis seaweed version, with a far wider variety of animal shapes than your typical animal crackers and a clear label on each one to identify the species, but they dropped the bits of seaweed and added a delicious butter flavor.
The variety of animals made eating them a lot of fun as we kept coming across shapes that you just wouldn't expect to be eating — raccoon, cat, pigeon and parrot, to name a few. The texture was nicely crisp, with a light, crumbly feel, and the taste was equally nice, with lots of buttery flavor. Good stuff!
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Smell test: Pretty good butter-like smell.
From the package: “Animal shaped biscuits” ... “Product of China Prepared and Packed under license of Ginbis Co. Ltd., Japan”
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Ebisuya Japanese Market, Medford, Massachusetts. Review published .