Sunday, July 31, 2011

Ritter Sport Milk Chocolate with Neapolitan Wafers Review

I remember that I used to like Kit-Kat a lot.  Milk chocolate covered crispy wafers were perfect for each other.  The chocolate from Ritter Sport reminded me of Kit-Kat, but a more delicate version.  The wafers were layered with rich milk chocolate cream inside.  The wafers themselves were also very crispy and flaky, and gave a wonder texture contrasts against the creamy smooth milk chocolate outer shell. 

I give it a 8 out of 10

Saturday, July 30, 2011

Random Food Porn: Poached Peach with Marsala Wine Syrup and Vanilla Ice Cream

So I bought some peaches from the market, but they were very sour and hard.  Talk about fruit eater's worst nightmare.  So I decided to make a dessert out of them instead.  The finished product looks tasty enough...

Friday, July 29, 2011

Ritter Sport Olympia Chocolate Review

I had reviewed several Ritter Sport products on the blog, so if you still have no idea what it is, then you need to follow the blog, or get...educated or something.  
I haven't tried one chocolate from Ritter Sport that I do not like so far.  The company came up with such unique and intriguing flavors, it is so fun to discover more Ritter Sport chocolates.  
This particular chocolate that I am reviewing today is called Olympia, which I have no idea what it means.  Flavor wise, it is milk chocolate, with a creamy filling of hazelnuts, cream, and a subtle hint of honey.  Hazelnut and chocolate is such a delicious natural combination, and the hazelnuts added some textural contrast against the creamy milk chocolate and creamy filling inside.  Ritter Sport does not disappoint.  

I give it a 8.5 out of 10.

Kinder Chocolate +MILK -COCOA Review

If you are unfamiliar with this chocolate...well, you shouldn't be, because this particular brand of chocolates is not widely available in the U.S.  
Kinder chocolate is actually one of the many confectionery from the company Ferrero.  Ever heard of Ferrero Rocher?  Yes, it is very delicious.  
Kinder in German means "kids", so this particular product line is targeted toward kids, I assumed.  The chocolate that I am reviewing today is a chocolate bar filled with creamy milk filling.  Basically just a chocolate & milk combination.  Now, the chocolate itself is not the greatest, but adequate.  It has a lower cocoa content, which represented by "-COCOA" on the package.  The bar is very milk chocolaty, and considerably soft in room temperature.  If you like milk chocolate, this is not a bad one to have on hand.  

I give it a 5 out of 10.