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Tongues to the ready - let's go! Review with images

AdvantagesA simply delicious biscuit with a gorgeous vanilla fondant centre

DisadvantagesFattening, but a little pleasure now and again doesn't hurt anybody

"...that I love, as it’s Oreo Cookies! I would like to have written the review myself, but I was pushed from the keyboard to enable Oreo to give his opinion from the perspective of a cookie and I hope you enjoy reading. == LET ME INTRODUCE YOU TO OREO == Hello, my name is Oreo and I am delighted that at last, Ciao have chosen me as the subject of their product of the week. As you probably know I’m somewhat of a superstar as I’ve appeared in some unforgettable ..." Read review
17.06.2011

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Ore-dinary Cookies! Review with images

AdvantagesA tad morish, widely available and can be cheap to buy.

DisadvantagesMaybe too sweet for some, a bit bland for others.

"...York, the cookie (originally called Oreo Biscuit and later renamed the Oreo Sandwich) is a traditional two-piece biscuit of chocolate bakes with a flavoured cream filling. The first flavours available were the now ever-popular vanilla crème and a Lemon meringue, the latter being discontinued in 1920, but has since made the odd guest re-appearance. Although originally being designed to appeal to the British market, (British style biscuits were coined ..." Read review
17.06.2011

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It's Oreo time! Review with images

AdvantagesVery cheap, Oreo cheesecake ('nuff said), vanilla/chocolate combination, filling

DisadvantagesAmount of sugar and fat in one 11g oreo! and they can be a little sickly after a while

"Oreo biscuit/cookie Review - About Oreo’s The first oreo was created in 1912 in New York City and the oreo brand is part of Kraft Foods (nabisco). The name oreo is thought to be derived from the greek ‘oreo’ meaning mountain - which is what the original oreos looked like. Oreo is stated to be Americas Favorite cookie - although I think it is actually a biscuit (here goes the ye olde biscuit/cake...cookie debate)! - Did you know? “If all the Oreo ..." Read review
17.06.2011

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How do you eat yours? Review with images

AdvantagesFun biscuit, Well Packaged, Price and Availability

DisadvantagesNone really but watch the calorie and fat content.

"...box informs that each individual Oreo contains 53 calories, 0.6g of Protein, 7.2g of Carbohydrates (of which 4.5g are sugars) and 2.3g of fat (1.2g saturates) so if you were to multiply these amounts by 4 (as that's what you get in each sealed, foil pack - 4 biscuits) it does work out that these are quite high in calories and fat which really shouldn't come as any great surprise given what they actually are. Incase you weren't aware of what Oreo ..." Read review
17.06.2011

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Oreo-ble or oral sensation? Review with images

AdvantagesGenunie American cookie!

DisadvantagesBitter and sickly

"...by Kraft in Sainsbury’s. The Oreo cookie is as American as the Stars and Stripes and the world’s most popular cookie in the last century. Kraft/Nabisco has just completing a mind boggling 491 billion sales world-wide of this little innocuous biscuit. It’s also Chinas most favourite cookie after just 10 years in the People’s Republic. They are seriously popular treats and helped build the huge Nabisco Empire. The Americans enjoy them as a ‘milk dipper’, ..." Read review
19.06.2011

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"Oreo".....A little nicer than your average biscuit? Review with images

AdvantagesA bit more special than the average biscuit

DisadvantagesExpensive... for the amout you actually get

"...pattern and has the word Oreo in the middle. I don't suppose it's that important to me in particular, what the actual biscuit looks like, I'm more interested in how these biscuits taste. ===Taste...=== Well, the biscuits in my opinion taste very nice, quite a rich, if not somewhat sickly, chocolaty taste coupled with a smooth creamy vanilla flavor thrown in. I personally couldn't smell anything from the biscuits until I had the biscuit literally ..." Read review
18.06.2011

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Once You Go Black....Do You Ever Go Back? Review with images

AdvantagesGood texture and nice quality, value for money

DisadvantagesCream too thin

"Oreo Cookies Vanilla are the original variety of a brand that now has dozens of varieties, from different flavoured cookies to ice cream to cakes, cereal and more. Although they are comparatively new in the UK market compared to in the USA where they’ve been around for decades, I can’t imagine there are many people now who don’t know what they are, even if they’ve never tried them. Oreos are a sandwich cookie, which means two biscuits sandwiching ..." Read review
18.06.2011

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Community Level 7costas1234

costas1234

Oreo Cookies Vanilla Review with images

AdvantagesSweet and tasty biscuit, does not have a buttery taste, inexpensive treat

DisadvantagesNot a cookie as would be expected

"...of my regular shopping. The Oreo brand is a biscuit product from Kraft foods who are better known for their ownership of the Cadburys company and also from their own Philadelphia consumer products. Oreo Biscuit Packaging: The product that I bought was a simple biscuit product designed in a reasonably sized biscuit packaging. On the inner side of the packaging is silver foil, which compares well to the blue designed outer packaging colors. The biscuits ..." Read review
15.06.2011

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OREO Speedwagon ..... Review with images

AdvantagesCrunchy and very tasty

DisadvantagesThey do tend to get stuck in your teeth.

"...Reeses, Fluff, and of course Oreo cookies being prime examples of this . And when I saw that the latest Ciao POTW was Oreo cookies, I needed no better excuse to go buy a pack. ==Packaging== I purchased mine in a tube shaped plastic pack, costing me 50p for 154g . These were on offer, with the regular price being 98p, at least in Asda . The packaging is mainly a mixture of dark and light blues, with some detailing in other colours, such as white ..." Read review
17.06.2011

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Naughty Naughty Cookies

AdvantagesPrice, Chocolate, Vanilla Cream, Milk.

DisadvantagesSlightly sweeter than imagined.

"...for years go on about Oreo cookies and how they are so delicious and addictive, but until recently I have been a Oreo virgin. One of the main excuses for not trying them sooner, was that there were already so many different types of cookies and biscuits available in the high street stores, so I never really felt the need to branch out and try them. The other day however, I was shopping down the 'naughty' biscuit aisle at my local Supermarket; ..." Read review
12.02.2013

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Community Level 5kayleaf

kayleaf

I didn't know cookies could be so bland...

Advantagesnot a bad price, 51cals per biscuit

Disadvantagesbland, bland, bland!

"...become an instant fan of Oreo cookies since they became popular in the UK. However, I just had to try something new and my partner quite likes them so it's something we've bought on occasion. Recently we purchased the family pack from an online shop at Asda which cost 50p for 176g and I can't complain, its a good price for a smallish pack of branded biscuits. It was really one of those 'I-just-want-to-round-up-the-price' buys. Also, I didn't think ..." Read review
16.06.2011

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I'm 21 and still eating cookies with milk and I feel fine

AdvantagesTaste good, affordabable what more do you want

DisadvantagesIts junk food

"...can purchase a packet of Oreo biscuits for about £1 to £1.50 in the supermarket, after initially launching in Sainsbury they are now available in most major chains. Each packet contains about a dozen biscuits, and weighs in at 154g, in a distinctive blue tube shaped package. Oreos themselves are quite distinctive as biscuits go, two black coloured biscuits sandwiched together with a white cream like substance. They are incredibly sweet, with some ..." Read review
15.06.2011

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Community Level 1burnsy07

burnsy07

Truly amazing addictive biscuit

AdvantagesTruly delivious small snack

DisadvantagesNot enough in a tub

"At first glance i didn't seem too keen on these biscuits however i bought them to try a new thing and i've never thanked myself more for it, i usually buy 3-4 tubs of oreos every time i go shopping as they are delicious but once i open one tub i can't put it down i tend to finish it all, which considering i'm not a huge fan of biscuits or chocolate says alot for these little treats. I would highly recommend them to anyone i know, and have, which they ..." Read review
17.06.2011

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