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Milka Chocolates (and BBQ Sauerkraut)

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I ❤️ Milka Chocolates!!

Definitely one of my favourites!

Therefore, I bought a whole lot of them, plus a bag of BBQ Sauerkraut since I am paying for shipping already.IMG_20200312_083424_047

It was my first time trying some of the flavours.

All of them were lovely, including the BBQ Sauerkraut, which I used in burgers.

I found the Milka Choco Jelly range so nice that I bought a whole lot more of them.20-03-18-11-22-14-331_deco

Safe to say that I probably wouldn’t be running out of chocolates for awhile~~

😆

LOUIS VUITTON CHRISTMAS PARTY!! :D

Mother, Mary, and I got invited to the Louis Vuitton Christmas Party!! (^-^)

I decided to bring my Louis Vuitton Monogram Vernis Wilshire PM bag!!!

Awwww~~ Lovely message~~~~~

Whittaker’s Coconut Slab

Hello everyone! 😀

Finally!! My first proper food review in a long long time!!

Whittaker’s toasted coconut chocolate slabs~~

I had never tried this flavour from them before,  and since I am a big fan of Cadbury’s Coconut Rough, I decided to give it a go.

Taste: 4.5/5

Mmmmm~~ The creamy milk chocolate just melt in the mouth, and I really like the texture of the toasted coconut bits!

To be honest, I find its taste to be very similar to Cadbury’s Coconut Rough.

Cost: 4/5

The price for one packet ranges between NZ$3 to $4.

Each packet contains 12 mini slabs, with a total net weight of 180g. (Each mini slab weighs 15g)

It would definitely have been cheaper to purchase the 250g block, which usually cost between NZ$3.50 – $4.50, but I couldn’t find any Whittaker’s Coconut Block on the shelf~~ confused

Availability: 5/5

They are pretty much available in any New Zealand shop which sells food products! 🙂

Overall Mark: 4.5/5

Comment: It is definitely a must try if you are a fan of chocolate and/or coconut!!

Meiji Yan Yan (double cream) Hazelnut and Vanilla Dips

I was lucky enough to grow up with these yummy biscuit sticks.

Biscuit sticks, like these ones, are very popular in Asian regions.

I remember going to the Nantou flea market with my mum when I was very little, and going on a mini merry-go-round with my mother telling me not to eat anything handed to me by the operator. It was a common practice for kiddie rides in Taiwan to provide little biscuits or sweets to the children while they are on the ride. So naturally I took the biscuit stick when it was handed to me by the nice old man, who was handling food and cash at the same time without washing his hands, and ate it while I thought mum wasn’t looking. And of course mum saw me committing the crime, and I was in a lot of trouble afterwards, however the biscuit stick was worth it though~~ Hehe~~ (^-^) Chances are after having written that, almost definitely, mum will come across this post.

Taste: 4/5

The available flavours are Chocolate, Strawberry, Hazelnut, Vanilla, and combo flavours such as Chocolate & Strawberry, Hazelnut & Vanilla, Chocolate & coloured candy sprinkles.

I really enjoy eating these biscuit sticks, they are very crunchy, and the dips are very creamy and rich (^-^)

Cost: 4/5

There are 11 biscuit sticks in a double flavoured pack.

Each pack is priced at between NZ$1.5 – $2.5

Availability: 5/5

You can find Meiji Yan Yan biscuit sticks in almost all Asian grocery stores, and even some non-Asian supermarkets.

Overall Mark: 4.3/5

Comment: A highly recommended snack for the young ones, and anyone with a sweet tooth like me!! (^-^)