A while back I wondered if any of you have tried camel food products?
Some things I came across during our trip to the Mid- East Gulf States were various flavors of camel milk, camel tenderloin and camel burgers. I kind of regret not having had the chance to try any of these items.
After I wrote the post, I remembered that there was one important item that we came across on a bunch of occasions (especially in airports) that I left out.
There are camel milk chocolates from a company called Al Nassma. The company was founded in Dubai in 2008 and their products are sold in various places around the world. I was really interested in trying out these chocolates but they happened to be quite expensive so I didn’t bother. I’d share the price but to be honest, I forget at this point!
There are flavored chocolate bars like:
And my favorite item- the Camel Hollow Figures.
I went over to Al Nassma’s site and saw a few other products for sale.
- Camel Caravan- Macadamia Nut Honey-Cream- 18 small camel chocolates that come in a “wooden casket”.
- Pralines in a few flavors
- More chocolate bar flavors like chocolate with dates, with spices arabia & whole milk
Have you tried Al Nassma Camel Milk Chocolates? I’m curious to find out how they taste.
Find out more about Al Nassma here.
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