Unibic Biscott Review - Mishry (2023)
Unibic caramel and cinnamon biscuits review

Biscoff? Nah! It’s Biscott! Our Review of Unibic’s New Cinnamon Biscuits (2024)

Unibic Biscott Biscuits are crunchy. We would have liked them a lot more if the flavor of cinnamon was bolder.

Mishry Rating

3.5 / 5
4.5 / 5


Pocket friendly, well-packed and crunchy biscuits with a mild cinnamon flavor that could have been bolder. These would pair brilliantly with a cup of coffee.

Unibic’s new launch is a cinnamon and caramel flavored biscuit, Biscott. With a look and feel similar to the ever popular Lotus Biscoff, can these replicate similar flavors? Keeping the price in mind, how do these fare on Mishry’s rating scale? 

In our Unibic Caramel & Cinnamon Biscuits review we share our experience to help you decide whether these are worthy of trying or can they be skipped.

Quick product details at a glance : 

Unibic Biscott Biscuits Product Details 
Price  Rs. 120 
Net Quantity  250 gm 
Calories (per 30 gm) 144 kcal 
Buy Now  On Amazon
Mishry Rating  4

Our Review Factors

What are we looking for? Well-baked, crisp biscuits with a warm cinnamon flavor and a balanced sweetness. 

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*Based on Mishry's internal reviews and ratings

We have discussed the review parameters for Unibic Caramel & Cinnamon Biscuits below : 

1. Taste 

We gauged the following points under this parameter: the flavor and prominence of cinnamon and caramel, and the overall sweetness. 

2. Texture 

How is the bite of these biscuits? Crisp or soft? Are they crumbly? How well are these biscuits baked? 

3. Other Parameters 

The price, packaging, shelf life and ingredients are all recorded here.

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Unibic Biscott Biscuits  – Detailed Review

Product Highlights 

These are packed in a red and white color carton. Inside the carton there are two small packs wrapped with a golden covering. Further, the biscuits are securely stacked in a tray inside each pack. 

Each tray holds around 15 to 16 biscuits. A single pack of 250 gm is priced at Rs. 120. The product has a shelf life of 9 months. 

Main Ingredients 

Whole wheat flour (atta), Sugar, Refined palm oil, Candy sugar syrup (5% – Sugar, milk solids, glucose syrup), Raising agents (INS500ii, INS503ii), Emulsifier, Iodised salt, Natural food color (INS 150d), Flavor (nature identical and artificial flavoring substances- Caramel), and Cinnamon powder (0.1%). 


These are rectangular shaped biscuits with the brand name embossed in the center. The edges of the biscuits have a beautiful design.

Unibic caramel and cinnamon biscuits packaging
Packaging of these biscuits.
Unibic caramel and cinnamon biscuits inside packing
The biscuits were securely placed in a tray.

Taste + Texture

Crispy and fresh! The texture is spot on. These biscuits have a perfect snap-like crunch.

Taste-wise, it has a subtle cinnamon and caramel flavor which certainly did not dominate our taste palette. While the sweetness was acceptable to us, some people may find it a little too much.

Compared to the OG Lotus Biscoff, these biscuits are economically priced.

close look at Unibic caramel and cinnamon biscuits
These biscuits looks similar to the OG Lotus Biscoff.
Taste - 3.5/5
Texture - 4.5/5
  • Fresh and crisp. 
  • Pocket friendly version of the OG Lotus biscoff. 
  • Thumbs up for the tray packaging.
  • The caramel and cinnamon flavor is not bold. 
  • Some may find these overly sweet.

These will pair well with a hot cup of tea/coffee.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some interesting FAQs on Unibic caramel and cinnamon biscuits review.

Unibic is among India’s biggest FMCG brands. It is known to offer more than 40+ product variants.

Though these biscuits are made using whole wheat flour, it also has glucose syrup, raising agents, and refined palm oil. Hence, we certainly advise mindfulness and occasional consumption.

A 250 gm pack has two smaller packs. Each pack holds around 15 to 16 biscuits. So in total a 250 gm pack has around 30 to 32 biscuits.

These biscuits are made using whole wheat flour (atta).

These have a 9 month shelf life.

Mishry’s Final Say

Unibic’s Biscott showcase a commendable texture. If only the flavor of cinnamon was slightly more well rounded, we would have liked it better. We also appreciate the pricing. These are truly value for money, keeping the price of OG Biscoff in mind.

Have you tried these biscuits yet?

Our reviews are unbiased and all samples used during the reviews were paid for by us. Read our entire ethics statement here.

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