Hi, I’ｍ writing the article in English as a trial today.
Since some people in New Zealand and Japan suggest that I should write a blog in ENGLISH, I actually was thinking whether or not I tried doing the blog regularly like once a week or twice a month… haha
Okay, then it’s time for sweets in New Zealand!!!
My favorite milk chocolates in New Zealand:)
I’m going to show you two kinds of milk chocolates that have a weird name.
To be honest, I didn’t know how to spell “Afghans”. There is a “h” between “g” and “a”.
It’s crunchy and actually not too sweet. It seems like it usually costs about $3 but I got it less than $2 at a grocery store. Lucky!!!
It tastes good but I’m not sure why the chocolate is called “Afghans”. Is it related to Afghanistan??? If yes, how? Why?
I’ve already asked some people the reason why it’s called like that but nobodies knows… so if anyone knows, please let me know. haha
I’ll keep asking some people to figure it out and update this article if I get more information.
They look like fingers dipped with plenty of chocolate as the product name says.
As you can see, it has 30 fingers in one pack. Every fingers has almost same length and thickness. No nails and no varieties of sizes unfortunately.
I was about to be addicted to those chocolates and actually one time I took some to my workplace to eat during a break. Sometimes I found myself thinking about those chocolates when I was working.
Both chocolates are not individually- wrapped so you may want to finish them soon once you open them. But when it comes to the environment, it’s not wasteful compared to some Japanese chocolates like COUNTRY MA’AM and Alfort.
You can find those “Afghans” and “CHOCOLATE fingers” only in New Zealand!!! Check them out when you visit there! Make sure you DON’T CHECK HOW MUCH THE CALORIES ARE.
Have a good day;)