From Scotch Fingers to Milk Arrowroots: controversial list ranks popular Arnott cookies from best to worst – do you agree?
- The author called the list a & # 39; final ranking from the worst to the best & # 39;
- Some readers were baffled about the author's decisions and disputed them
- Most were angry that Kingston was not number one on the list
- Arnotts was recently sold to the global company KKR & Co for AUD $ 3.14 billion
A controversial list with the iconic Arnotts Family Assorted cookies has divided the readers.
While some fans' favorites were rewarded for their popularity, others – including the beloved Monte Carlo – hardly got a second look.
The author called the list a & # 39; final ranking from the worst to the best after a day of taste testing & # 39; but some fans disagree.
A controversial list with the iconic Arnotts Family Assorted cookies has divided the readers
What order did each of the cookies receive?
1. Butternut Snap
3. Scotch Finger
5. Milk coffee
6. Chocolate wrinkle
7. Monte Carlo
8. Teddy bear
9. Farmbake Choc chip
10. Delta Cream
11. Shortbread cream
12. Milk Arrowroot
13. Orange Slice
The Good food list is a tribute to the cookies that Australians have known for more than a century, which they love and which they manufacture – although some claim that the recipes have become the worst in recent years.
The orange disc was the last to arrive, which according to most was a justified decision.
The cookie hit for the first time in 1992 and has two cookies with an orange cream in between, but many claim that the flavors are too contrasting to combine.
Butternut Snaps (front left) were named the best, while Orange Slice (right) cookies came in last
Controversial, the next Milk Arrowroot was the next cookie to be embarrassed on the Good Foods list for lack of taste.
The simple treat has been a staple in Australian homes since 1888 and, according to the readers, was wrongly banned to the bottom of the list.
The Shortbread Cream came in 11th, which seemed to be one of the most disputed rankings in the entire list.
& # 39; The author is a monster! Shortbread creams at 11 a.m., one person wrote.
& # 39; Get the pitchforks, & # 39; another added.
& # 39; Shortbread cream is incredible, fight me. & # 39;
Delta Cream cookies – Australia's response to the American Oreo, came in 10th, while the teddy bear came in 8th and Monte Carlo was placed in 7th.
& # 39; How could Delta Creams be ranked so low … outrageous. & # 39;
The author defended her decision to place Monte Carlo cookies so low on the list, although she knew she would be kicked back for the decision.
& # 39; I have something to say with the pitchforks: the Monte Carlo is not very good.
& # 39; The cookie is too crumbly, almost grainy. The cream filling tastes like sponge cake on the turn and the Monte can hardly keep its head in hot coffee.
Chocolate crackle (photo) came sixth on the list and beat some fans' favorites
The Shortbread Cream (photo) came in 11th, which seemed to be one of the most disputed rankings in the entire list
& # 39; Remove the nostalgia glasses and consider these points. You know in your heart that they are true, & she said.
Chocolate Ripple and Nice biscuits were also on the list, with the 6th and 4th place titles respectively.
But the last two placements were considered by some to be the & # 39; scandalous & # 39; considered.
The Butternut Snap cut the Kingston tightly to receive the highest gong – much to the dismay of readers.
The Butternut Snap cut the Kingston (photo) tightly to receive the upper gong – much to the dismay of readers
& # 39; Butternut snap to # 1 … What is this sh * t? & # 39; a frustrated reader contributed.
& # 39; Undoubtedly sponsored by the Australian Dental Association, because I am afraid of my teeth if I eat one of these. & # 39;
& # 39; The Kingston must be the first and everything else can be the same last. & # 39;
& # 39; This list must be wrong since Kingston is not number one & # 39 ;.
Arnotts announced Wednesday that the beloved Australian cookie brand would be sold to the international company KKR & Co for AUD $ 3.14 billion after the current owners of Campbell Soup Co decided to sell their international extensions.
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