07 Dec, 2009
Christmas biscuits reviewed in The Irish Times
I’ve always thought that non-chocolate biscuits are the lowest form of confectionary, but they seem to get rolled out at Christmas time. It’s tins of Quality Street, Roses, After Eight, Choc Mallows, and copious amount of jellies all the way in my house.
In today’s Irish Times Pricewatch, Conor Pope reviews four tins of biscuits, with Fox’s Speciality and Jacob’s Afternoon Tea Biscuits coming out top. I’ll add a single recommendation: Fox’s Creations. I got them in a food hamper last year and spent the next few weeks sneering at inferior tins.
What’s your favourite Christmas treat?