The most tasteless of expensive chocolates, which I have ever tried
From time to time I buy different sweets, chocolates etc. to try. I always try to take different and write reviews on them. Sometimes I buy expensive sweets, and this time I bought sweets Mozart from Austria. About a month I passed by them and looked at them, the box seemed to be luxurious and 5$ price of 9 tiny sweets – also looked exclusive. One day I decided to buy them.
The package is rich, beautiful, and classical. Inside it is also pretty one. By the way, every chocolate is wrapped in wrapping paper, not made of plastic. But the very chocolates are something, in a bad sense.
The chocolate presented seemed to be milk chocolate, and the filling is – marzipan and nougat. However, the chocolate is not actually milk one, it’s closer to bitter one, or rather something average between bitter and milk chocolate. The taste is not very nice, it’s hard, dried, doesn’t melt in mouth quickly, and hasn’t left any feeling of being of high quality. On the top inside it has a wafer crumbs, then there is a layer of marzipan and two little layers of some fillers. I’ll say directly – all this combines not very tasty, by that I have treated two more people, so that I could make sure that it didn’t just seem to me to be so, and people confirmed that they didn’t like the taste as well. It’s bitter, not of rich taste and generally speaking, you have feeling of product of poor quality, though it is Austria and all the elements seem to be the way they should be. Evidently, they were very unlucky to sort out the receipt and ingredients and the sweets turned out to be simply non-tasty. So I don’t recommend them to anyone, as I of course felt sorry for the money spent on them, but what can I do.
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