There are certain products I don’t review because they’re something regular in my house, like these Noel Super 2 Vanilla Cream Sandwich Cookies.
I grew up with these cookies in Puerto Rico and therefore I’ve had them so many times it never occurred to me to do a review on them. Recently my mother bought another pack and I decided I added more reviews of the Puerto Rican products my family and I use.
The company brand Noel is under the company Galletas de Grupo Nutresa. Specifically the cookie name Super 2 is an international Noel brand and it’s not one of their regular brands sold world wide.
Do you know why they’re called Super 2? Try to guess!
These cookies are called Super 2 because it brings 2 cookies in every packet. They have another brand called Super 4 which bring 4 in each packet.
I’m not sure how much these Noel Super 2 cookies cost as I wasn’t the one who purchased them but the average price for a pack of 24 seems to be $7USD – $17USD. I can’t imagine my mom pay anything over $6 for these to be honest, so if you find a Spanish or Latino shop near you, that’s the cheapest place you’ll probably find these.
As soon as my mother remembers where she found these, I will update the location. However, with a quick google search [LINK], you can find a few sellers online.
The taste is similar to any other vanilla cream sandwich cookie. I would say the cookie alone has a buttery vanilla flavor; it’s softer than other sandwich cookies I’ve had before. The cream in the middle tastes like mildly sweet frosting; it’s smooth and thick.
As you can see in the ingredients list, this is a pretty basic vanilla cream sandwich cookie.
Would I buy these again? My answer is a bit biased.
I personally wouldn’t buy these just because I’ve had them too much growing up. Also my mom buys them so whenever I see them in the house, I simply snatch a few packets for me. If you’re feeling adventurous, trying them once wouldn’t be a loss.