Tim Tam biscuits

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In 1865, a small bakery opened in Hunter Street, Newcastle, north of Sydney, New South Wales. It supplied bread, pies and biscuits to the local townspeople as well as to the crews of the many ships that docked at the port to load coal. From these humble beginnings rose Arnott's, an Australian food company whose name is now synonymous with Australia's favourite biscuits and snacks.

Today, Arnott's employs thousands of people and supplies biscuits to more than 40 countries around the world. Millions of Australians have grown up on Arnott's and for them, Arnott's is more than a food company, it's a piece of Australia's history.

Simply Australian is proud to offer more Arnott's Australian food products to the US market than any other retailer: Tim Tams, Arno Shortbread, Vita-Weat, Monte Carlos or any of the other great Arnott's products.

What does Tim Tam means? Is a brand of chocolate biscuit, currently manufactured by Arnott's in Australia. A Tim Tam is composed of two layers of chocolate malted biscuit, separated by a light chocolate cream filling, and coated in a thin layer of textured chocolate.

Tim Tams are Australia's most irresistible chocolate biscuits. The cream used in Tim Tams is a delicate mixture of vanilla, butter and chocolate that complements the biscuit base and the chocolate. It 's this unique cream which sets Tim Tam apart from any other chocolate biscuit.Tim Tam biscuits

The biscuit was created by Ian Norris, who was the director of food technology at Arnott's. During 1958, he took a world trip looking for inspiration for new products. While in Britain, he found the Penguin biscuit and decided to "make a better one".

Tim Tams went onto the market in 1964. They were named by Ross Arnott, who attended the 1958 Kentucky Derby and decided that the name of the winning horse Tim Tam was perfect for a planned new line of biscuits.

Publicat in: octombrie 2012
Etichete pentru acest articol: Arnott, Australia's chocolate biscuits, Tim Tam biscuits
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