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Friday, January 30, 2009

The Malteaster Bunny

I'm not sure how I came to be addicted to malt but it's definitely one of my stranger vices. But, oh, how I share the joy that malt can bring! In Thailand it was all about the Milo. Here at home it's all about the malteasers and Whiskey. I'm sure when I'm an old lady I will ahoot and aholler for gallons of horlicks.

Easter isn't exactly around the corner but in the Land of Confectionary (my favourite place), the eggs and chocolate bunnies are rearing their pretty little heads. I feel it is my duty to inform you of the delights of the Malteaster Chocolate Bunny. I have already converted the girls at work, Bert and DogStar. If you haven't already tried one, go now, go before I eat them all. Because I will.


Nelly said...

Hannah - that link brought me to a news page - most disappointing.

Musings of Mel said...

oh god oh god oh god - I want one! I googled them and discovered you can buy them in Waitrose - I might go right now and get some.

hootchinhannah said...

I have no idea how i managed to get that link wrong. Ho well. You can look at pictures of them on Flickr.

I just spoke to you tonight Mels and you did in fact get yourself a Malteaster bunny. Good Work!!

Musings of Mel said...

Aye - I scoffed 3.

Tuesday Kid said...

I'm gonna sound dumb here but is there malt in malteasers (like lots of it, because I can't taste it). Do you ever get jars and extract of malt? Yummy stuff.

hootchinhannah said...

Tuesday Kid, this is a perfectly reasonable question to ask. There is malt in there somewhere but it can't be much. They call the stuff in malteasers honeycomb. I only recently discovered this and it was Jakers (clever boy) who brought it to my attention. Never tried extract of malt but I think I'm gonna have to.

Maybe that and a jar of horlicks would be better than the cough bottle for getting off the crack?