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Sweet Beat: Devon Vanilla Cream Cookies Review (Product of Trinidad and Tobago)

Devon Vanilla Cream Biscuits

Devon Vanilla Cream Biscuits

These Devon Vanilla Cream biscuits were purchased at OJ Fruits and Vegetables in Lefferts Garden, Brooklyn, an area with a substantial Carribean population. The packaging looked like an ice cream sandwich so I had to buy it. A product of Trinidad and Tobago, they come 12 to a pack.

History

They have the word “Bourbon” printed into the cookies. Bourbon cookies actually originated in England. The name has nothing to do with bourbon whiskey but rather a tribute to one of the royal families of Europe. The name has also come to mean these rectangular chocolate biscuits with cream filling inside.

Flavor

The taste is actually really crunchy and the sugar crystals on top are a nice touch. The vanilla cream inside is minimal but enough to be pleasant. I appreciate that the cream isn’t perfectly inside the biscuits but rather spilling out a bit. They taste like a less creamy ice cream sandwich and have a great vanilla-y aroma. They worked great alongside yerba mate tea oddly enough. These are tasty but because they have some artificial flavors I’m in no rush to get them again.

Devon Vanilla Cream Biscuits

Devon Vanilla Cream Biscuits

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4 comments on “Sweet Beat: Devon Vanilla Cream Cookies Review (Product of Trinidad and Tobago)

  1. The Bourbon biscuit here in England has a chocolate based filling. I’ve not had one for years but used to love them as a child.

  2. They look good. Interesting about the “bourbon” in the name. Did not know that.

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