I chose the mint one to see what it would taste like. I guess I am kind of adventurous cause if you look at the ingredients up close it doesn’t sound too appealing. Then again I have tried carbonated milk drinks in China and they weren’t too bad :
Anyhow I am willing to try anything for the sake of this food blog so I went ahead and ponied up $2 for a bottle. The taste? Well I think it would’ve been pretty good if there wasn’t the salt because I am not exactly used to drinking milk with a savory aftertaste. It basically tastes like tzatziki sauce which is great with spicy foods and fried breads. I guess I wasn’t expecting this taste in a beverage. I think if you had an ultra spicy dish this would be a good drink to balance it out.
I’m not too familiar with this drink so if anyone can post a comment on what you drink this with usually I’d love to find out.]]>
Today I got the tiramisu (after tasting a bite of Sabrina’s)
Sometimes you get Tiramisu and it’s totally soggy, has too much cream or doesn’t have any coffee taste. This one is pretty well balanced in all respects.
As a bonus, the tiramisu is sold individually sliced so you get a nice even coating of cream and plenty of sweet caramel syrup.
Take a look at the nice fluffy layers of cream and frosting with each bite of this tiramisu.
The tiramisu has a kick to it too – a subtle blend of aromatic coffee/espresso bitterness mixed with a sweet rum/Kahlua chocolate aftertaste. Perfect for getting through the afternoon!]]>