Visiting Biskut Tongkat Factory in Melaka

1. biskut tongkat production plant
1. biskut tongkat production plant

Biskut Tongkat is also known as Biskut Mayat, and a string of other names. Why Biskut Tongkat? I guess it is because these “long rusks” do look like walking sticks, but corpses? I don’t think so.

2. biskut tongkat production plant
2. biskut tongkat production plant
3. biskut tongkat production plant
3. biskut tongkat production plant

Anyway, we had the opportunity to visit a Biskut Tongkat factory in Asahan, Melaka. Manufactured by Koperasi Simpang Bekoh Jasin Melaka Berhad, these biscuit snacks taste good when eaten as they are or after being dunked into beverages such as coffee or Milo.

4. biskut tongkat production plant
4. biskut tongkat production plant
5. biskut tongkat production plant
5. biskut tongkat production plant

Ingredients used in these twice-baked bread include wheat flour, butter, sweetened condensed milk, salt and water. Packed in sealed bags of 300 grams, each bag is retailed at RM3.50 (correct at press time).

6. biskut tongkat production plant
6. biskut tongkat production plant
7. cheese tarts
7. cheese tarts

During our visit, we also had the chance to sample other snacks produced by local residents, such as cheese tarts, chocolate cheese leleh and wonder cheese.

8. chocolate cheese leleh
8. chocolate cheese leleh
9. wonder cheese
9. wonder cheese

To purchase any of the above products, get in touch with Koperasi Simpang Bekoh Jasin Melaka Berhad. Details are furnished below:

Koperasi Simpang Bekoh Jasin Melaka Berhad
Add: Lot 4325, Projek Memproses Biskut, Padang Lebar Simpang Bekoh, 77100 Asahan, Melaka.
Tel: +6012-6134198 / +6019-6085821
Email: ksb_maju@yahoo.com

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10 thoughts on “Visiting Biskut Tongkat Factory in Melaka

  1. OK, I’m so embarrassed to say I’ve never heard of Biskut Tongkat before! I’m so going to visit this factory next time I’m in Malaysia. My kids would definitely enjoy it!

    Adriana

  2. Oh you are so lucky to see their actual production and how they do it! Those biskut tongkat are perfect for brewed coffee.

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