Oreo, a great figure in the sandwich cookie world. The fascinating combination of bittersweet cocoa cookies and sweet vanilla cream doesn't stop once you start eating.
I found a product that further coated such Oreo with chocolate at the import miscellaneous goods shop PLAZA. Two kinds of chocolate, milk chocolate and white chocolate, were developed.
Each pack contains 12 pieces and the price is 756 yen (tax included). It's expensive for Oreo, but I bought it with the help of the expectation of a heavy weight.
The product names on the receipt are "Oreo White Chocolate Cookies" and "Oreo Milk Chocolate Cookies", and the country of origin is Spain. Oreo, which is usually sold in Japan, is made in China. Until 2016, it was manufactured domestically by Yamazaki Nabisco, but in 2016 the brand license was returned to Mondelez.
The contents of the box are 6 bags of 2 each. The Oreo cookie pattern is printed in blue based on silver.
What appeared from the inside was Oreo, who was completely trapped in chocolate and turned into a flat. You can predict that it is a sandwich cookie from the groove running on the side, but that delicate pattern is all buried.
In fact, the chocolate layer is quite thick. "Chocolate wrapping" is more suitable than "chocolate wrapping".
Does Oreo's personality diminish with plenty of chocolate? I think it's the opposite. Oreo, which emerges from the melty sweet chocolate, makes you feel the crispy and light texture and the bitter taste of cocoa more clearly than usual. The scent and sweetness of vanilla cream that spreads a little later is also alive and well.
In the latter half, chocolate and oreo are mixed and evolve into a rich and melty taste.
It's a nice miscalculation that chocolate isn't too sweet as I expected. Not only milk chocolate, but also white chocolate is tailored to give a feeling of milk to the front, and it is not the sweetness that the tongue is often found in cheap chocolate.
In addition, while one normal Oreo is about 50 kcal, this one is about 100 kcal. It's a calorie bomb that has almost double the amount of heat, but if you like Oreo, it's worth looking at this aspect as well.