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Facts; Price; Reportedly, the owner of Arnott's, Ross Arnott, took the name from
the 1958 Kentucky Derby winner as the name for the new biscuit.
Arnott's scion Ross Arnott when he had a flutter at the 1958 Kentucky Derby. ''In
an age of short-lived fads and virtual reality, we cherish the real and enduring,''
Massasso says. ''It's comforting to consume a product made from ...
Arnott's scion Ross Arnott when he had a flutter at the 1958 Kentucky Derby. The
brand has now become an Aussie icon and is loved by Australians of all ages
and gender. Tim Tams are the clear market leader with the parent ...
which Ross Arnott had seen win the 1958 Kentucky Derby (by a strange co-
incidence, the horse that came second was called “Chocolate Wafer Biscuit You
Can Drink Coffee Through”). Tim Tam (the horse) was inducted into ...
29.12.2008 They were named by Ross Arnott, who attended the 1958 Kentucky Derby and decided that the name of the winning horse Tim Tam was perfect for a planned new line of biscuits. In recent years Arnott's have developed variations of Tim Tams ...
was first released in February 1964. Named by Ross Arnott, Tim Tams is a nod to
the horse that won the 1958 Kentucky Derby. The National Museum's listing said
that “despite Arnott's purchase by American company Campbell's ...
years of experimentation — were first released in February 1964 and named by Ross Arnott after a horse that won the 1958 Kentucky Derby. Since then, the
popular biscuit has been released in many different flavors (including ...
name. Australian baker, Ross Arnott, found inspiration at a US racetrack in 1958
as the winning horse, Tim Tam, galloped across the finish line. Since then, Tim
Tam has become one of Australia's most belove... d biscuits. Dive in and
post, according to the Arnott's website, “Tim Tam biscuits were named after a
horse that won the Kentucky Derby! In 1958 Ross Arnott attended the race day
and decided 'Tim Tam' was the perfect name for his new biscuit.
were named after a horse that won the Kentucky Derby! In 1958 Ross Arnott
attended the race day and decided 'Tim Tam' was the perfect name for his new
biscuit." OK, OK. So now you are acquainted with the Tam. But what ...
winning horse of the 1958 Kentucky Derby: "A member of the Arnott family, Ross Arnott, attended the race day and decided 'Tim Tam' was the perfect name for his
new biscuit," according to a company history. Nowadays ...
150th Anniversary. 1964: Arnott's Tim Tam biscuits launch (named by Ross Arnott
who borrows the name from the racehorse that won the Kentucky Derby in 1958).
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the Kentucky Derby in 1958. A member of the Arnott family, Ross Arnott, attended
the race day and decided Tim Tam was the perfect name for the new biscuit
he was about to launch. Since the launch of the Original Tim Tam biscuit Arnott's
29.05.2009 by Brian Hunsaker The name Tim Tam comes from owner Ross Arnott who while attending the 1958 Kentucky Derby thought the winning horse Tim Tam would make a good name for a new biscuit he was going to introduce. Simply Australian can hook you up with all ...