Man Posts Picture Of Kismi Biscuit; Twitter Gets Nostalgic

What comes to your mind when we say ‘kismi’? If you ask us, it instantly reminds us of those cinnamon toffees, packaged in a red-coloured wrapper. Parle’s Kismi has been a popular choice during the 90s. Agreed? But did you know, the toffee brand has a biscuit too with the same name? You heard us! Parle’s Kismi sells cinnamon-flavoured biscuits, which tasted great when paired with a hot cup of tea, coffee – and milk too!

A person, named Edward Anderson, recently came across this delicious biscuit and couldn’t help but gush over it on Twitter. “How have I only just found out about Kismi biscuits?? An absolute revelation! Basically the lovechild of Parle-G and Biscoff. With a cup of tea, perfection,” he wrote while sharing a picture.

Also Read: Man Gets Parle-G Instead Of His Actual Online Order, But He Ain’t Complainin’

Take a look at his post right here:

In no time the post grabbed several attention on social media and people started reacting to it. “Yeah it’s good, you should also try the Royale, it is normal Parle-G…,” wrote a person. Another person stated, “If you are a fan of basic sweet biscuits like these, try Patanjali’s Milk biscuits. They are of the same kind too.” A third tweet read, “Kismi used to be a sweetie (toffee as colloquially called), I remember getting *thousands* of them for a rupee! This would definitely be worth a try.”

“What?! I need to try these..! New to me, too!” commented another person. A person even asked, “Hey, where can I find this in Delhi? Tried modern stores, Krishna marche. Can’t find anywhere and no online presence too.”

Have you ever tried this yummy-looking biscuit? Do let us know in the comments below.

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