London Calling DSM, a recently opened
kiosk located on the first floor of Jordan
Creek Town Center in the Younkers wing of the mall,
offers a variety of British treats, pop paraphernalia, and more.
On my visit I scooped up a variety of drinks and eats to sample.
center, IRN-BRU soda from Scotland. Color of
orange dishwashing soap, aroma of bubblegum, flavor of orange creamsicle with a bright finish.
"May have an adverse effect on activity and attention in
children." I find the aroma to be an off-putting aspect. Burt's
Guinness potato chips, right. Is this what the 'mother's
milk' tastes like from a octogenarian's tit? I'd much rather
have a bag of plain crisps with a pint of Guinness.
Terry's Chocolate Orange bar, left. Bloody
marvelous! Smooth, mouth-coating milk chocolate imbued with an
orange essence. Center, Maltesers.
Its Whoppers malted milk balls but with
superior chocolate. Quite good! Right, raspberry flavored Jammie Dodgers. Fruit paste between a pair
of shortbread cookies. Not ungodly sweet, with some lingering