The basics: Arnotts Tim Tam originates from Australia, however they are now able to be purchased in the United States at Target, for about three dollars a pack. Currently, the original and caramel flavors are sold.
Tim Tams are said to taste exactly like a candy bar, except it is a cookie.
I am delightfully amazed that these cookies, do indeed, taste like candy bars. They remind me a tad bit of the milky way candy bar, mostly because of the soft center. Of course, I can be completely off the chart with this comparison, as nowadays I don't eat too much chocolate, however the taste does stir up some nostalgic memory for me.
Tim Tams consist of two biscuits/wafers coated with chocolate, and squished between them: a nice chocolate filling. The main difference between a Tim Tam, and a regular chocolate candy bar is how smooth it is. Every bite delivers a nice crunch, without any sort of chewiness or tough bite to it.
Now the filling. The most delightful part. The chocolate inside the bar melts in your mouth in a good feel type of way. I'm not sure if it leans more on the fudge or milk chocolate side, but it has the consistency of a cream. I can see why people love pairing this with a nice hot beverage on the side.
Dunk this in a glass of milk, or a cup of coffee and you'll probably get your daily dose of sugar for the day.
Personally, the only downside were how insanely sugary these tasted. I am only able to consume on bar per day. I don't think I will buy these frequently due to this reason, but I would as a treat or a reward.
Note: I got this for free as a bzzagent, all opinions are my own.