Bremner Wafer

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Bremner Wafers are made by the Bremner Biscuit Company. The company claims that the crackers "have a neutral taste" and that they are "perfect for pairing with fine wine or savoring with cheese and pâté or seafood, soups and salads".[1] It is because of this "neutral" taste that many wineries and food aficionados around the world prefer using the Bremner wafer as a wine tasting cracker. This neutral taste, however is seen as a drawback by some because it means the crackers are nearly tasteless when eaten alone.

Flavors[edit]

As of February 5, 2006, there are 8 variations of the original Bremner Wafer:

  • Original Wafers: suitable for fine wines as described above
  • Sesame Wafers: "an excellent complement to cheese, pate, smoked fish or any spread" [2]
  • Cracked Wheat Wafers: for topping and spreads
  • Low Sodium Wafers
  • Caraway Wafers: designed for strong flavors such as Swiss Cheese
  • Crackers Made with Pure Sunflower Oil: for appetizers
  • Oyster Crackers Made with Pure Sunflower Oil: best suited for adding to soups.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bremner Biscuit Company – Our Products". Bremner Biscuit Company. WorldPantry.com. Archived from the original on September 2, 2001. Retrieved December 28, 2009. 
  2. ^ "Bremner Biscuit Company – Products – Sesame Wafers". Bremner Biscuit Company. WorldPantry.com. Archived from the original on September 2, 2001. Retrieved December 28, 2009. 

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