September 10th, 2010 by Rosa
The chocolate had a soft break with a thick yet thin melt. Sounds oxymoronic, yes? By thick yet thin, I mean that it melted thickly yet had a cool and fatty mouthfeel.
The texture was similar to that of a mousse – it had been whipped once upon a time but was thoroughly solid.
The chocolate had strong notes of genuine vanilla, along with notes of dairy and cream and a touch of caramel. Finally, there was just a hint of sourness and a bit of throat-burning sweetness to the finish.
The bar had a great milk chocolate flavor, and the once-whipped texture really elevated it to something special. My friends enjoyed it as well. An OM.
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