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Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Bucks Fizz Truffles - review.

Picture the scene - it's a cold, dark, wet, Autumn Sunday afternoon, but it doesn't matter because you're snug inside, curled up on your comfy deep sofa, with a warm fire and a classic matinee film on the television.

And of course, a box of chocolates nearby to reach into at any opportune moment.

Such a delicious moment deserves something a little bit special in the chocolate department and I've discovered the very thing.

Charbonnel et Walker Bucks Fizz Truffles from the Chocolate Trading Co.

Quite simply, the most delicious truffles I have ever tasted. So good in fact that it's bit like eating a lollypop when you were a kid - trying to make it last as long as possible? Well you'll want to do the same with these truffles.

When I say Bucks Fizz Truffles, I mean they really do have Champagne in them and not the usual 'suggestion' that they've been wafted over an open bottle. These Truffles have the kick of a champagne cocktail!

Of course the trick is making something that tastes so divine last longer than a couple of bites - one of the benefits of being an adult (supposedly) - but resist the temptation to gobble it up you must, because the taste sensation from each bite is akin to a lingering warm summer breeze - the kind you don't want to ever end.

I'd offer you one of mine, but chances are they'll be all gone by the time you call round. Why don't you order your own (click here)?

Oh and if I were you, when they're delivered, don't bother waiting for a cold, dark Sunday afternoon before you open them. There'll only be football on the TV then anyway.

Charbonnel et Walker Bucks Fizz Truffles - lightly dusted milk chocolate truffles with a Marc de Champagne and an orange centre.


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