A delicate parcel of soft, cocoa nougat wrapped in a light coat of Roshen chocolate. Individually wrapped for sharing... if you want to.
I love this Roshen Nougat Cocoa! It wasn't what i thought other traditional nougat's to be like. But i dont care. This brand of cocoa nougat was awesome, because it was kind of like the milky way bars. But i loved this better, because the cocoa content and flavour, and colour was darker, than a milky way. It was a bit firmer too, so it lasted a wee bit longer, and was of a bigger portion.
Totally addicted and im going to seek this brand out and find out how to buy more.
When I got a box of goodies from Roshen to review, I went straight for the nougat. I love nougat! On looking closer I noticed that there were two types, chocolate and vanilla. Chocolate of course had to come first. Biting into the chocolate covered morsel of nougat I was expecting a tough standard nougat texture, but was pleasantly surprised with the light and fluffy, literally melt-in-your-mouth texture of the Roshen nougat. It was like having a bite sized chocolate mousse.
Ok so out of my little parcel of Roshen beauties, these were the last ones to be tried by us.
Now when i tried the vanilla nougat, i thought wow absolute heaven, no matter how they try there will be no way Roshen will beat these incredible little beauties...but you know what? i think they may have just done it again.
We loved the Roshen nougat: cocoa...so soft and creamy and the taste...oh my! No other word to describe it, but well heaven! My 5yr old absolutely devoured these in seconds and attempted to do a runner with the bag, and that is saying something, as she is a child who is not big on chocolate.
And best of all i am impressed with the costs of these gorgeous morsels. Its hard pressed to find a wonderful treat, that not only is perfection but at a price you dont feel guilty spending, but with these...well you can buy them and not feel guilty, which will make up for the guilt you may feel after eating the entire bag in one sitting, hehehe
I rated these only slightly lower than the Roshen Nougat - vanilla only because of a taste preference, surprisingly I preferred the vanilla but really only just.
These have a really nice cocoa taste that isn't overly chocolatey and tastes just a little decadent. They were a really big hit with the adults and kids alike (Mstr 1 and Miss 5) and they were perfect to have on with a lazy Sunday coffee.
If they lasted that long.
I'd get these again! (maybe just hide them from the kids next time!)
I liked these as did the rest of the family. Totally a taste preference thing but the Candy Nuts and Vanilla Nougats were preferred over these but only just.
The size really is perfect and just absolves the guilt for a quick pep up in the afternoon or to get a sweet fix after dinner. The biggest winner for me with these is the portion size and that they are individually wrapped so you can just have one without feeling like you have to finish the packet. Definitely a nice surprise in a nice little package!!
With Christmas coming up these are great as stocking fillers and for treat bags or for decorating centrepieces.
The wrapping on all of these is glitzy so they look great mixed together in bowls.
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