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Orion Choco Pie 12packs

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3.8 out of 5 stars 34 customer reviews
About the Product
  • Pack of 12 pieces of individually packed pies per box
  • Chocolate coated marshmallows
  • Vanilla cream sandwich pie
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Product Description

chocolate coated marshmallow melted in vanilla cream sandwich pie. 12 pcs of Individually packed pies/box

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  • Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00325L5WM
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,487 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)

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These are the "real" not "counterfeit" (psss.....Lotte) Choco Pies. How did a Southern US snack food find its way into becoming a form of currency? Well, it's a long and winding tale, starting with a Korean businessman on a visit to Georgia. He ate a Moon Pie out of the hotel's snack mini-bar and was impressed. Graham crackers, together with marshmallows and chocolate? You can DO that? He took the revolutionary idea back with him to Korea and the Orion bakery became so successful, that the choco pie was deemed a generic name, like Kleenex or q-tip, and another pie company, Lotte, copied it as a cheap knockoff. This provoked the same vituperative debate that is ongoing, Hydrox versus Oreo, Pepsi versus Coke (another Georgia contribution, what is it about Georgia and snacky foods?)

Orion is considered the better snack cake, the way the Acura is the "better" Honda Accord. Is it better? Some people think so. Are they better than Moon Pies? Moon Pies are larger (this IS America, after all) and the graham cracker cookie is a bit firmer and the marshmallow less fluffy.

The swanky Japanese even have strawberry Choco Pies unto themselves--not available anywhere else. I do know the Japanese favor fruity flavors--even toothpaste in Japan is tutti-frutti flavored but really? You could share, you know? Koreans love banana, Orion makes a banana flavor as well. Wash it down with Binggrae Banana Milk.

Meanwhile, choco pies became accidentally involved in currency in North Korea. North Korea paid workers bonuses in choco pies. While that sounds chintzy, the NK money couldn't buy food, because there wasn't much of any.
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The description says that it's fluffy. Allow me to describe the fluffiness. Imagine being somewhere in the southern Mediterranean and diving into those velvety waters and retrieving a fresh, living sponge. You then throw that sponge onto a wind-swept crag to die baking in the intense heat. That dead sponge is the kind of "fluffy" we're talking about here.
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Orion's Choco Pies beat Lotte's Choco Pies. I decided to do a taste tests since I've never had them and bought both versions. I ended up eating all of Orion's Choco Pies first and took my time to finish up Lotte. SO GOOD! You can usually get the 12 pack from your local Asian Grocery Store. I found them for $2. NO LIE.
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By Red on May 29, 2014
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Already expired for more than 9 months! It says that better use before Sep, 2013 but now is May 2014!
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these are apparently made in binh duong province, vietnam and licensed by Orion, a Korean company... they are delicious!

akin to american moon pies, but the flavor and texture is much better. The chocolate has a hint of darkness to it and the cake and marshmallow have a delightful blend of vanilla and butterish flavors that are just perfect. The middle marshmallow is sweet, but not too much so.

these are 2 1/2" cakes at about 3/4" thick, at 120 kcal each, 4.5 g fat (3 sat), 65 sodium, 19 carbs -- they're not health-food for certain, but compared to most american snack cakes, I can live with those numbers to enjoy an occasional easy snack... the flavor will drive you to reaching in the box often :)

I look forward to trying the other flavors available and will further explore orion's product line
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I bought these to serve at a Mongolian Night Open House for my book, A Month in Mongolia. These are chocolate coated cookies with a marshmallow filling, very much like American Moon Pies, only smaller. They were great snacks for long days of work and travel in the Mongolian countryside. They seemed to stay fresh longer in the shops in Mongolia, and always tasted good. In addition to having them for our work team, I would get packs of them and toss them to students as prizes for asking and answering questions in training. I was happy when I saw I could buy them for my Mongolian Night party to add some authenticity and nostalgia!
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i don't have much of a sweet tooth - i usually eat 1 "bonbon" at a time .. but oh these Orion choco pies! - the box keeps calling to me .. marshmallow filling could be thicker, but overall nicely proportioned cake layers, filling, coating .. quality ingredients and packaging - would make a nice little gift or treat to cheer somene up.

also ordered the tiramisu flavor - why so much more $ than choco? - which i hope will be equally pleasing .. oh no, they have a custard version too!

i should look for these at my nearby asian supermarket (99 Ranch) ..
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I've heard them described as like moon pies, but as I've never eaten pie I can't say. All I can say is that their combination of soft and chewy with a little bit of crunch and just enough chocolate, not overly sweet. This is a dessert, it is sweet, but not maybe American standards over the top sweet which I personally like better, sometimes sweet can overwhelm flavor. You taste the marshmallows and the chocolate as flavors and that's why it's addictive.
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