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This one was a bit bitter, but not in a good way. I'm not sure what it was about it, but I didn't like the deeper caramel flavor. As with all varieties I tried, I liked the crunchy things on the outside, but this was my least favorite.
This one didn't have a very complex flavor. The inside was just sweet, not caramely. The white crunchy balls on the outside overwhelmed. I like those little balls, and add them to ice cream all the time, but the ratio of little balls to the actual brigadeiro wasn't right, so all I could taste was the balls.
It was the same basic soft chocolate caramel ball, this time rolled in hazelnuts. The nuts were nicely broken down into tiny bits, and added a nice crunch, but I did find them a bit bitter, particularly with the sweet filling.
The coffee in here was very subtle, but it complimented the sweetness well. It made me really think these would pair excellently with a cup of coffee. A nice black cup of coffee, sweet rich condensed milk ... mmm! This one was my favorite.
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I didn't expect to like this at all. I love passion fruit, the real fruit, but I tend to dislike treats that are made to be passion fruit flavor. Described as: "the most exotic of the brigadeiros, with a juicy taste that will brighten up even the rainiest of the days. It’s not too sweet, it’s super moreish, so make sure you add more than one to your box. It’s made with Belgian white chocolate, passion fruit juice, condensed milk, butter and white chocolate sprinkles"
It tasted like white chocolate, but with subtle passion fruit, not too much at all. I liked the crunch from the chocolate sprinkles outside. It turned out to be my second favorite.