Are the same as the ones sold in Aus?
ATTN: Zhen Ying– I personally think the Australian version is better. But I'm not sure if it's psychological. @_@
I've only tried the Singapore ones and they were yummmmmmy!
ATTN: Jovin Wong– Like I said... dunno if psychological lah. But I think the Australian ones are richer in taste. The biscuit is not as crumbly. :-/ All in my head?
I think I agree on you with that one, Pam. I think the Aussie oreos are nicer and richer.
ATTN: Zhen Ying– HAH! I was right!! There IS a difference! Like Tim Tams lah. Different in Aus. Weird huh? I dunno why they can't produce the same quality here. Ish.
I guess it's because they're not made from the same place. And, if they were to follow the standards in Aus, it'll cost a bomb in Msia. Furthermore, asians are mostly lactose intolerant, so if it's made from milk, most people won't be able to have it.
ATTN: Zhen Ying– Haih. I'm living on the wrong continent. T_T
Hahaha. If you need anything, I can always bring them back for you. I'll be coming home early next year and will definitely be making a few trips back to Aus. Even if I'm flying to Singapore after Aus, there's something called post laju (Singaporean version). :)
ATTN: Zhen Ying– Ya but after this, you won't be extending your stay in Aus anymore! So that'll be the end of my supply chain from Australia, too! T_T
Perhaps you could make an offer with the company to send you a few packets every month for the rest of your life. Then, the supply will never run out. LOL. :p
ATTN: Zhen Ying– Haha. Woman, I'm not Karen Cheng okay. Nobody sponsors small time bloggers like me.
Oh it's sold in Penang :) I've seen them on sale
ATTN: Aivlysm69– ISSIT??? Where???
Saw them at Cold Storage in Island Plaza a few times. They sell out quite fast.
ATTN: Aivlysm69– Ooo, Cold Storage. Maybe that's why. They bring in more "international" stock.
I've had my say. Now, you get yours. =)