Is it the ubiquitous pineapple? Is it the highly excitable volcano? No, our vote goes for that tough-nut-to-crack: the macadamia. George’s island cookie has all the best things going for it: the finest Belgian white chocolate, and yummy macadamia nuts. Now, we don’t want to get too health-nutty on you, but with the Omega-7 oil in the macadamia nut, you pretty much have to follow doctor’s orders: take two and call us in the morning!
Warning: Macadamia Nut Chocolate Chunk is not offered by all locations
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The Macadamia nut's kernel is extremely hard to mine out of its shell (it requires about 300 psi or 2000 kPa to crack). The shell is most easily cracked with a metalworking bench vice. A safer and quicker alternative is to use a Ratchet style PVC pipe cutter. The nuts can also be smashed open with a hammer or heavy solid kitchen tool. Nuts of the "Arkin Papershell" variety, cultivated by retired stockbroker Morris Arkin, each have a blemish or small crack somewhere on the shell, and the shell will crack open readily if left for a few days, or if struck properly with a hammer - from Wikipedia, which we love.
Tree Nuts, Milk, Egg, Wheat.
Trace amounts of soy lecithin & sulphites (coconut/flavour).
Flour, brown sugar, white chocolate, margarine, eggs, dried sweetened coconut, butter, macadamia nuts, cream, natural flavour, sugar, baking powder, baking soda, salt.