Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Mexican Wafer Bar: Nestle Tin Larin


Nestle Tin Larin represents another basic wafer bar from Mexico (like the Bocadin Wafer Bar-click here). I like the smaller scale of these two-bite bars. It's a sweet snack that doesn't knock you into a sugar coma. Unlike the stale and nbland Bocadin Wafer Bar, Tin Larin offers a light crisp wafer bar alternating with peanut butter cream and all wrapped up in a thin layer of milk chocolate. It's a fantastic peanut butter filling. Many wafer bars attempt a peanut butter variety, but few come as close to peanut butter bliss as this Tin Larin. I wish these were easier to find in NYC. They're a terrific go-to sweet snack.

Score: 4


Wafer Bars Past:
Bingo Serenata Double (Greece) 
Bocadin Wafer Bar (Mexico)
Johnny Krocker Milk Wafer Bar (Ukraine)
Karin Blume Orange Mille Feuille Chocolate Bar (Japan)
Kit Kat Caramel (United States)
Kit Kat Cheesecake (Japan)
Kit Kat Chunky Mint (England)
Kit Kat Cookies & Cream (United States)
Kit Kat Milk Coffee (Japan)
Kit Kat Muscat of Alexandria (Grape)(Japan) 
Kit Kat Orange (United States)
Kit Kat Royal Milk Tea (Japan)
Mama Mia Wafer Bar (Poland)
Manner Original Neapolitan Wafers (Vienna)
Milka GoFree Chocolate Wafer Bar (Turkey)
Nestle Crunch Girl Scout Cookie Wafer Bar (United States)
Nestle Nesquik Wafer Bar (Turkey)
Tiki Gold Wafer Bar (Trinidad/ Tobago)
Tunnock's Caramel Wafer Biscuit (Scotland)
Ulker Chocolate Wafer Bar (Turkey)
Ulker Cokonat (Turkey)

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