I can’t say “no” to biscuits, I really can’t. So when the team at Bahlsen asked me if I would like them to send me some biscuits in order for me to create the perfect tea party I simply couldn’t refuse! A lovely package arrived from Bahlsen, and the first thing that struck me was how many different flavours there are in the Choco Leibniz range.
I knew Bahlsen were promoting the new white Choco Leibniz, but seriously HOW have I managed to miss the existence of the orange and caramel flavours before?
We decided to take our assignment very seriously, and made our perfect tea party into a scientific biscuit tasting session. Myself, the geekdaddy and the geekdaughter took on the challenge of tasting and rating each of the 5 flavours that we had been sent.
We carefully analysed each biscuit…
We tasted every one…
And we gave each flavour a mark out of 10.
I must say I was surprised by the results. I didn’t expect to like the dark chocolate as much as I did. I’m not really a dark chocolate fan, but it just seems to work really well with the biscuit underneath. In contrast I thought I would like the caramel flavour more, but it didn’t work as well for me, although it was one of the geekdaughter’s favourites (the other being the new white flavour). My favourites were the orange and the white, whilst the geekdaddy plumped for orange and then dark. As you can see from the results table, the overall geek family favourite was the orange, but the new white flavour performed well, and it was only really the geekdaddy who wasn’t so much of a fan.
I should say that even though we were trying to scientifically rate each biscuit, all of the different flavours of Choco Leibniz were yummy, and we would quite happily eat any of them again. Honestly, I don’t think Bahlsen could make a bad biscuit if they tried. But we definitely all found a new favourite…
And we can definitely recommend the new white chocolate Choco Leibniz:
The new Bahlsen white Choco Leibniz biscuits are currently available at Sainsbury’s (currently on offer for £1 per packet according to their website) and most good independent retailers.
Disclosure: We were sent 5 packets of Choco Leibniz by Bahlsen in order to create our perfect tea party. It turns out our perfect tea party simply consists of eating biscuits!