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Dotty's Dr Krantz Cocoa Glazed Biscuits review

My colleague found himself in Wembley over the weekend and brought me back a packet of ‘Dr Krantz’ Coco biscuits.  They are produced by a company called Alka Co in Romania.  They come in a purple bag with pictures of the biscuits and a bloke with grey hair and glasses (presumably Dr Krantz). There is an English description on the side “Cocoa glazed biscuits – this product was developed by expert baker technologists perfecting a famous German recipe” .  From the taste I can certainly believe they have been in more than one laboratory which plenty of chemicals tested out on them.  The colour of the biscuit resembles a bourbon with a thinish layer of a most un-chocolatety covering on top. The flavour is something else.  Hideously sweet and more vanilla than chocolate.  Whatever they did to the “famous German recipe” I would keep very quiet about it – personally, I have never tasted a “famous German recipe” biscuit like this in Germany.  Perhaps it has been “perfected” just a little too much.  Rating: 4/10  Crunch: 1/10 Taste 2/10 (or off the scale if you have an incredibly sweet tooth).