|Brand||Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Manufacturer||Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory|
|Package dimensions||22.61 x 7.37 x 5.08 cm; 160 Grams|
Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory Salt and Camembert Cookies, 100g, 10 Count
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- Delicate, delectable cookies.
- It is a cookie dough made with salt from France Guerande and Hokkaido milk, sand was the chocolate plate of Camembert cheese.
- White chocolate filling combine to give your taste buds an epicurean journey to savour.
- A box in 40 piece.
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SALT & CAMEMBERT COOKIES
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I first discovered this brand when I was in Hong Kong. They do a lot of product sampling if you go to their storefront. They have two types of cookies, these Salt & Camembert, and Honey and Gorgonzola. Both are great but I prefer the Salt & Camembert more. At first bite, they aren't that special but the crisp cookie and subtle cheese with white chocolate flavour really grows on you. I ordered a box for my friend to try and got her hooked too. Each package comes with 10 small cookies that are individually wrapped in foil for freshness. My box had about a month before it expired -- not that they could have ever lasted that long!
While I'm glad to be able to order them in the US, they are quite a bit cheaper in Hong Kong and in Japan. It works out to be about $10USD to buy them in HK and about $7 to buy them in Japan. Given there is no alternative, the $17-$20 price range for these cookies is worth the splurge for me...occasionally!
Unlike other bad experience reviews, I'm giving this 5 stars because the product itself deserves it. Unfortunately, my box came opened, half the cookies were missing and the rest were crushed. This is impossible with the packaging of the cookies. They have a special sticker to keep them closed and the packaging is great to prevent damage. Amazon refunded me but it's still a huge disappointment as these were meant to be a gift. I'd rather have a replacement over a refund.