Hello, hello! First off, I want to say thank you to everyone for continuing to come by and check out my blog even though I have not been as diligent in keeping it maintained. But, I am back on track again and eager to share my discoveries with you. I have been doing more research on blogging itself to learn more as well about maintaining this blog so that should help as well. But, I know what you are here for so let’s find see how the final few Theo Chocolate truffles turned out. This post is a continuation of the review found here.
Salted Caramel (dark) – Compared to other salted caramels I have tried, this one has a very chewy toffee like caramel. The salt seems to be only on the top of the truffle and is a strong contrast to the sweetness of the caramel. The dark chocolate blends well with the caramel. You could have a lovely evening enjoying a few of these!
Salted Caramel (milk) – Another good combination with the contrast of sweet and salty. I do prefer the dark chocolate shell over the milk though because the dark combines with the chocolate while the milk seems to separate from it.
Licorice – Wow! What a unique flavour! It is the first time that I have ever tasted that combination. From the guide, I thought it might be fig fennel but it was listed as a ganache rather than a caramel. I really loved the licorice and caramel. The pepper sprinkling on top added a pop of spiciness. I really liked this one. And I loved that my fingerprints are not all over the truffle in the photo!
And there you have it. My review of the Theo Chocolate truffles. What do you think? Which one would be your favourite?