Sunday, August 21, 2011

Tofinek Carmel wafers by Tago


 These are one of my all time favorite snacks in Japan. And guess what, they're made in Poland. These are thin, chewy, carmel wafers. Again, these import items come from local discount supermarket Lamu. According to the package, they're designed to be put on top of your cup of coffee to warm them and then dip. I just eat them out of the package. And at 28 yen (about 30 cents) a pop, they're pretty affordable, too. I love the taste, chewy, carmelly sweet. Great for a snack anytime. Check them out.

4 comments:

eumenides81 said...

I live on the eastern coast of the USA, in the state of Virginia. I found this import product in a retail that specializes in products that seem to have not been a big hit with the consuming public. Unfamiliar brands, import products, and slow sellers are the norm, although bargains are galore. I found this peculiar product in a Big Lots retail store. It's just plain socially educational to get a review of a Polish product that I purchased in the eastern USA from the far east country of Japan. By the way, who made Japan east. They could as well be west, as they actually are if you live in any part of the USA.

Anonymous said...

I'm from Lithuania,and i found these wafers too.And they're very very very taste when putting on coffee :P

I. said...

This kind of wafers are actually traditional Dutch sweets. :) I'm Polish, and I noticed them in nearby supermarkets only after I had come back from the Netherlands. Anyway, I didn't know that some are produced here, and even imported abroad. So funny...Especially that I found this post while looking for some descriptions of Japanese cuisine. :))

Penny Sybila said...

I'm eating them in Korea. I'm from Canada. I'm enjoying them with Earl Grey Tea. I bought them at Daiso which is a Japanese franchise.

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