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Tuesday, May 7, 2013

NABISCO Japanese Snack : OREO Soft Cookies

Sorry for the long hiatus...Last weekend, I flew to Sibu with HB for the #GE13. Anyway, it was a short weekend getaway to unwind from the routine schedules. HB wanted to show me this local shop (TA KIONG) that sells imported stuffs. It is pretty interesting to discover some of the imported goods which I have not even seen in KL. He got this OREO Soft Cookies for me. I am pretty sure from the words on the packaging, you know it came from Japan.

A large pack consists of 8 small individually wrapped soft cookies inside, priced at RM9.90.

I am not good in reviewing food, but the closest I can relate to it's a brownie. Not too moist but able to retain its softness and chewy texture of its own. Not forgetting the creamy filling in each single bite!

I find this OREO soft cookies is interesting, but I still prefer the regular Oreo cookies over them.

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    1. Me too! HB knows I may like it, so he bought this for us to try.

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  2. You did not go there on your previous trips? Lots of imported stuff.

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    1. No, I did not until HB mentioned about this shop and he said must bring me there to check out the imported stuff.

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  3. Hmm soft cookies from OREO? It is new to me too.

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    1. I don't see it in KL either. Therefore, he bought this to try. Not too bad but this prefer the regular cookies.

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  4. So you flew to Sibu then you got vote for your own place bo? hehehe...

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    1. No, I did not. But he promise me the next voting he will be here and my turn to vote.hehehheh

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  5. never seen this before? but nice to know got this... hehehe.. :D

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    1. Yupp...it is pretty interesting and we also discovered some limited edition Kit Kat bar

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  6. why noone bring me there when i was at Sibu last week! :/

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    1. Ooo..you miss it. Next time ask Arthur to bring you there.

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  7. Yes, Ta Kiong sell a lot imported stuffs, i like to shop there when i am back home.

    This one taste like those Doraemon cookies/cakes? Hmmm..i think i will prefer the original one too.

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    1. Hmmm...I don't think I have try Doraemon cookies/cakes before (unless you are saying the dorayaki)..

      Yupp..i prefer the regular one too.

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  8. Yes, Tai Kiong sells many imported stuff but I find that some are pretty pricey. They have one branch in Kuching here.

    Oooh. Imported Oreos. My kids would love this!!

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    1. Oo..we discovered the stuff will have huge discount when the expiry date is near.ahhahah

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  9. I wonder is it the same shop that stp frequent

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    1. Hmmm..not too sure about it. Have to check with him

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  10. Oh, really something unique, and 8 for Rm9.90 is not expensive at all!

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    1. Ermmm...I personally think is not cheap but it's still good to give a try.

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  11. Like you've read my mind; I've just resumed my blog-hopping after a mth long absence. You've caught me at the right time! Love to try some of those cookies!

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    1. Have been missing you, Shirley. Hope you are doing great!

      Yupp..it is not bad a worth to give a try even though i still prefer the original cookies.

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  12. Nice. I I think I would prefer the usual Oreo cookies too although I have not tasted these.

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    1. Nevertheless, I still would like to give a try considered I always love OREO.

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  13. Hehehe...it sounds yummy to me:D

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    1. It was not too bad and worth to give a try. I don't mind buying it again if happen to see it in the store.

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  14. oh...Japan also got Oreo. I am sure my kids will gonna love this one!

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    1. I bet your kids will love the soft texture since it is different from the regular one.

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  15. I love soft cookies... hehehe.. especially if its still warm! I will surely try this when I see it... maybe I will heat it up too in the toaster.. lol...

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    1. Yea..i remember HB bought this soft cookies from Famous Amos and asked the staff to reheat it. I didn't know about that and it was damn good when it is warm.

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  16. My son bought 6 tubes of oreo last night in Tesco! :)

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    1. Hahha..I never bought that many. One tube at a time. Get well soon, Claire.

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  17. My favorite shop in Sibu! :D

    I'll buy a lot of stuff from them coz they're importers themselves e.g. they don't use imports from other import companies, so you can sometimes see unusual things that you won't see anywhere else.

    Glad you like it dear! We still have one more packet! <3

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    1. Yea..now it also becomes my fav shop..hahah.

      Oh yea..have to finish it up pretty soon because I remember the expiry date is somewhere around the corner. Wait for me to open it...ahahha. I know you would because you always save the best for me..Thanks dear! Hugs...

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  18. wow, this really sound special!

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  19. I have eaten this type of soft chocolate cookies in US when I was a student but the brand was something else. Now I must try this soon! Maybe I must check it out at the Japanese mini shop beside the Zanmai restaurant @ 1-U tonight.

    How come you didn't vote? Luckily Selangor still parks its Rocket here!!!

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