Review of Gourment Indulgence Truffles
Growing up, my mother’s co-worker would always send a fancy box of truffles home for me—as a Christmas gift. As a young child, I never fully appreciated the gift—chocolate was chocolate and his were s...
Growing up, my mother’s co-worker would always send a fancy box of truffles home for me—as a Christmas gift. As a young child, I never fully appreciated the gift—chocolate was chocolate and his were simply richer in taste and more expensive.
This Christmas, I had the privilege of receiving two boxes of truffles from Gourmet Indulgence and boy were they yummy! While they brought back memories from my youth, these chocolates were different in taste. The centers were smoother, more decadent, and lighter on the palette than the truffles of my youth. I’m not sure if it’s because the truffles of my youth were pure chocolate and these were infused with a few extras, but it was definitely a nice treat!
The first box I opened was the Wine Truffles. They’re creamy milk chocolate infused with delicious wines: port, champagne, chardonnay, and cabernet. As soon as I opened the box I could smell the cocoa and it smelled delicious. The casing is a hard milk chocolate while the center is extremely smooth and creamy with a balance of milk chocolate and wine. Yes, you can actually taste the wine in every bite. And you know how it felt when you were a little kid and your mom said you could actually lick the cake batter off the spoon? Well, that’s what I found myself doing with the center of these truffles.
The second box I opened was the Fruit Ganache Truffles. They’re fruit pureed, cream and butter centers encased in milk and dark chocolate. Normally, I’m not fond of fruit filled chocolates, but I enjoyed the strawberry and pear centers a lot. The chocolate casings were softer to bite into, making these much more pleasurable to sink one’s teeth into.
Just stop by http://www.gourmetindulgence.net/artisantruffle.html today!
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