I suppose that after my post from this weekend, it’s no secret that I work in the nuclear industry, though I’ve hinted at it before. For example, you may remember my trip to Oak Ridge, TN last month. Nobody goes there for vacation. Or work, even, unless they’re nuclear folk.
As you can see, the nine-piece box offered a nice assortment, with no repeated chocolates. I like this.
I also like giandujas, so I elected to start with the dark and milk gianduja piece.
The milk portion of this chocolate was quite sweet and soft, and features a faint hazelnut flavor, while the dark portion is a bit firmer and offers very little hazelnut flavor. The chocolate flavor isn’t very intense in either, but the texture is quite pleasing. When eaten together, the milk and dark layers blend together nicely to offer a bit of hazelnut flavor and a sweetness that isn’t quite overwhelming. It was a nice chocolate, but nothing outstanding.
Do you like chocolates with milk and dark layers?