Topped with flaked almonds and hail sugar, these crunchy cinnamony biscuits are a real treat!
Gold medal winner 2021 Tasmanian Fine Food Awards!
Dutch biscuit trivia
Pronounced Yahn Hahgel.
The name doesn't really do justice to such a moorish and crunchy biscuit. From the 17th century Jan Hagel was an unfriendly word for 'ordinary' folks and in particular it was used as slang for sailors and scum or riffraff. In the Dutch version of 'The adventures of Tin Tin' Captain Haddock uses this word a lot. In the second world war it was used to describe land guards.
Despite the negative uses of 'Jan Hagel, this biscuit remains a favourite afternoon tea delight. We promise: you can't just eat one...
- Net weight: 135g
- 12 in a pack
- WARNING contains: wheat, milk, egg, nuts