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Zoe Healey's Favourites POWER Selection Assorted Butter Cookies Europe Origin review

Dear Nicey

While in my home town of Fremantle Western Australia for a brief visit on family business, I have had the excellent opportunity to sample some fantastic Chinese biscuits, purchased by my mother from the local Asian store. They are called 'Favourites POWER Selection Assorted Butter Cookies Europe Original Styles' and come in a huge and beautiful tin featuring geometric and floral patterns, a drawing of some peonies and a photo of said biscuits, amongst other images (which is why my mother purchased them, being a sucker for a good tin and preferring butter biscuts to those with palm oil). The biscuits are, despite being described as assorted, all the same: large, golden, macaroon-textured, with a single sliver of nut on top. Rather than butter, the main flavour is coconut, and my father confirms that they dunk well, soaking up lots of tea while staying intact. A truly POWERful biscuit. I'd give you the full ingredients list, but there is no point as it is incorrect, describing both cocoa and chocolate chips, when neither of these are within, as the picture on the tin confirms.

Dr Zee