Toms Look At The Visual Side Of Christmas Snacks And Candy - Christmas Haul Part 2

As I walked home from work Monday night, the display window at Paisleys Wee British Shop had one of the below tin boxes of Kit Kat shaped and decorated like a British double-decker bus.
Also in the shop were several large containers that resembles a Jaffa Cake with a bite out of it. For those unfamiliar with this British treat, the Jaffa Cake was introduced by McVitie & Price in 1927. The name comes from the Jaffa orange. The treat is made from a Genoise sponge cake base topped by an orange flavoured jam with the whole thing coated in chocolate.

Based on the ample size of the container, this must contain quite a few of the delicious treats!


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