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Gareth Ellis's Papadopoulos Top Jam review

A staple of the Greek diet, the bi-planar Papadopoulos Top Jam consists of 2 vanilla flavoured standard biscuits sandwiching a creamy lemon layer with a small globule of lime jam in the exit hole of the top biscuit.

Due to their relatively small diameter you'll need at least 3 just to get you through the British standard tea mug. The flavour at first engages one with a sharp citrus note from the tangy lime jam (or the Top Jam as Mr. Papadopoulos describes it). A generally crunchy and vanillarey biscuit rapidly eradicates the sharpness cleansing the palate before engaging one with the lemony cream innards which once swilled around the mouth with the tea leaves the eater satiated with more than enough flavours and textures to keep him or her going till the Harvest Crunch festival.

The ensemble is complemented by an elaborate design embossed onto the biscuit bearing the manufacturers name.  Not one for the connoisseur, but as with most foreign food stuffs certainly worth a try while away from these shores.