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Name of German Vending Machine Cookie?

Hallo! Recently my german teacher mentioned a cookie she had while in germany on a train that she said was the best cookie she had ever had. She explained how she looked for years and years in the stores and could never find them, and couldn't remember the name until one day she was walking past a vending machine and saw that they were just some cheap vending machine cookies.

I want to try and order some and surprise her with them, but I don't remember what name she said! As a last resort I will try to casually ask her what they were called, but I wanted to try and see if anyone on the duo forums might know first!

They are a cheap vending machine cookie, and the name I think was a one word syllabal, I think it might have started with a T? I'm not for sure on that one.

I have a feeling if I see the word I'll know if that's the one she was talking about, so if you have any guess please comment it! I would greatly appreciate it!

Thank you!!

1 week ago

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https://www.duolingo.com/panteraroja

Maybe it was "Tuck"? It's a salty cookie you can usually get at every grocery store in Germany.

1 week ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Dirk858585
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I guess you are right :) : Take a look here

1 week ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Jileha
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Vending machine cookies are afaik the same cookies you can buy in the supermarkets.

The only thing I can think of - because this is something that many non-Germans are raving about - is Hanuta, a waffle "cookie" with hazelnut cream inside. Hanuta = Haselnuss-Tafel

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1 week ago

https://www.duolingo.com/slamRN
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Maybe you are wrong about it starting with a "T"? How about Leibniz, they are popular in German vending machines. There are also Lotus Biscoff cookies. Tuc?

1 week ago
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