Britannia Good Day Harmony Biscuits Review – Nut-Loaded Bites
Britannia Good Day Harmony biscuits are perfect for both chai and coffee. Read our review for more.
A quick, soul-satisfying fix to those hunger pangs between lunch and dinner- a warm beverage with biscuits has an unbeatable heavenly quality to it.
Britannia’s brand new biscuit variant is here to enhance this with its nuttiness. In this Britannia Good Day Harmony biscuits review, made with hazelnuts, cashews, almonds, and pistachios, we talk about what we liked and more.
Did these Good Day cookies have the characteristic vanilla flavor?
Here’s all you need to know about Britannia Good Day Harmony biscuits.
|Britannia Good Day Harmony biscuits||Product Details|
|Net Quantity||120 grams|
|Main Ingredients||Refined wheat flour, sugar, refined palm oil, nuts and nut product (8%)|
|Buy Now||On Amazon|
|Mishry Rating (on 5)||4|
Our Review Factors
When reviewing Britannia Good Day Harmony biscuits, we were looking for crisp, well-baked biscuits that had nutty bites. Balanced sweetness, an inviting aroma, freshness, and quantity of the nuts were also gauged.
Could we identify the nuts individually? Were they fresh? Did hazelnuts have the characteristic musty sweetness, and cashews mild but subtly creamy? What about pistachios and almonds, had salted variants been used?
Overall, did the biscuit have balanced sweetness? How well was it flavored?
How was the bite of these biscuits? Thin and flat or chunky, crispy, nutty? Did the nuts have a soft crunch or was it bold?
3. Other Parameters
We also gauged Britannia Good Day Harmony biscuits on other tasting and non-tasting parameters like aroma, price, packaging, ingredients, shelf life, and more.
Britannia Good Day Harmony Biscuits – Detailed Review
Price & Packaging
A 120-gram pack is priced at Rs 30/-. There are approximately 12 biscuits in a no-tray packing. This has a shelf life of six months.
Refined wheat flour, sugar, refined palm oil, nuts and nut product (8%- cashew, almond, pistachio, and hazelnut paste), invert sugar syrup, milk solids, butter, raising agent (INS 503 (II) and 500 (II), iodized salt, emulsifier (INS 322 (I), INS 471, 472 e) and flavors (nature identical and artificial- milk and vanilla).
The allergen information states these contain wheat, nut, milk, and soy.
Appearance & Aroma
There were 12 thick, well-browned, unbroken biscuits in the pack. On the elevated surface of each disc, there are curved lines embossed in a semi-circular pattern. Little bits of pistachios, almonds, and cashews were seen.
They featured a prominent vanilla aroma.
Taste & Texture
The crunch was on point! Not too pronounced but not too subtle either, these biscuits seemed to be baked quite well. They were slightly crumbly/brittle. We liked how the nuts were present in each bite and had a moderate crunch. We performed a dunk test with some garma garam chai and the biscuit developed a soft, soggy bite.
Just like aroma, the flavor profile was dominant on vanilla too, in addition to a milky flavor. The rich buttery flavor did not feel oily or heavy. The tinge of saltiness helps balance out the sweetness of the cookie.
- No broken pieces, these were packed well.
- The aroma and appearance were pleasing.
- Fresh tasting nuts.
- The biscuits have a balanced sweetness.
For days when you’re craving something sweet and hearty with your chai, we’d recommend these Britannia Good Day Harmony biscuits.
Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some interesting FAQs on Britannia Good Day Harmony biscuits.
No, these contain sugar and invert sugar syrup.
Yes, these nutty biscuits would taste good with tea/coffee.
These contain INS 471 that is an emulsifier and stabilizer but is also added as an anti-staling agent.
These biscuits contain bits of almonds, pistachios, and cashews. As for hazelnuts, nut paste has been used.
There are 12 pieces in a 120-gram pack.
So what is Mishry’s take on Britannia Good Day Harmony biscuits? We liked the crisp bite these had. The vanilla and milky flavors with the subtly crunchy nut bits were loved by all.
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