Tiger bread – Secret ingredient = Crack cocaine
So glad I can come out of the Tiger Bread closet. I thought it was just me!
But where has this new street legal high come from? It seemed to have appeared out of nowhere in the last few years, or am I wrong and have I been missing it all these years. Was it a late night experiment gone wrong?
Either way, the Tiger's here to stay!Posted 8 years agosolariderSubscriber
Aha! So it is new, and has Dutch origins. I think that the OP got it right.
"Tiger bread originates from the Netherlands, where it is known as tijgerbrood and has been sold at least since the early 1990s. It was introduced in the United Kingdom around 2005 as "tiger bread". In The Republic of Ireland it is referred to as "Tiger Loaf"." (source Wikipedia)Posted 8 years agoCountZeroMember
Ahh, now I can come out of the closet and admit to my craving and habit of the last few years. I am not alone! Tried a Sainsbury's one this week; fantastically crusty, but it didn't taste or smell the same as the Asda one I usually have, which I think is the best. Morrison's isn't too bad. Fresh, thick sliced, with butter on and a nice bowl of farmhouse vegetable soup… Yummy.Posted 8 years ago
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