Arnott’s Twisted Faves Lemon Butter Scotch Finger

A recipe for lem­on short­bread with lem­on but­ter was one of many that an eld­erly neigh­bour shared with my moth­er back when I was a child — about four years old — and to this day, we still use the same recipe. Having grown up with it, I enjoy but­tery and lem­ony fla­vours, so couldn’t pass up these Arnott’s Twisted Faves Lemon Butter Scotch Finger.

These scotch fin­gers smell like lem­on but­ter. The but­tery short bread fla­vour comes through imme­di­ately, fol­lowed by an enjoy­able nat­ur­al lem­on fla­vour that’s zesty, yet its sharp­ness is mel­lowed by the rich but­tery notes. Essentially, these taste just like the lem­on short­bread of my child­hood without the curd. Indeed a sand­wich­ing lem­on curd would’ve added pops of tangy cit­rus, although the short­bread itself does not feel dry.

This pack­age of Arnott’s Twisted Faves Lemon Butter Scotch Finger con­tained 232 g. It was pro­duced in Australia and pur­chased in Sydney, Australia in 2017.