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Tunnock’s Caramel Wafer Biscuits

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By The Editors


Published on December 28, 2011

Scotland loves its Tunnock's biscuits, and so do we. The same family has been producing this line of foil-wrapped sweets in a factory in the town of Uddingston, outside Glasgow, since 1890; our favorites are the Caramel Wafer Biscuits, which come in dark and milk chocolate versions. Beneath the chocolate coating, thin layers of airy wafer alternate with scant caramel filling, for a restrained balance of sweetness and crunch.

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