Dream Job Series- part 2-



Working for Chocolatier.co.uk  is a wonderful job. The editor is charming, my colleagues are enticing writers and I get to nibble the products while reviewing. I was not expecting to get a gig as nice as this for a while. 

Really, I had to pinched myself when, at the end of last year, I was asked to collaborate with Häagen-Dazs. This delicious ice-cream brand chose 25 people in the UK to engage in their media program called Häagen-Dazs Loves.

I get to preview new flavours, attend parties and be opinionated. Moreover it is perfect timing as this month Häagen-Dazs is launching "its biggest product innovation in recent years, Secret Sensation, a range which, "Features a new patented technology which creates a liquid centre of sauce, enveloped by ice cream."

Häagen-Dazs' single pots have just got a little bit saucier. Two indulgent flavours, you can't really go wrong with Chocolat Fondant and Crème brûlée.
Creamy ice-creams with a "heart" of rich sauce and crunchy nuggets.
Does it work? Ooooh yeees! Crème brûlée is really a sensation, the ice-cream is delicious. With each mouthful, the soft caramel center is screaming "come-back, have a little more" and then there is a myriad of crunchy caramel biscuits pieces which will not leave you alone until the pot is empty.

Chocolat Fondant is as it should be a different story. Again the blend of chocolate ice-cream is delicious, the soft brownie pieces and the chocolate sauce make the overall experience a chocoholic heaven. Sadly it proves a little over the top for me. And to all who say, "You can't have too much chocolate" then that is the dessert for you.

Secret Sensation range is available in packs of two 100ml mini-cups, RRP £3.29 or individual 100ml cup, RRP £1.99

2 comments:

simply.food said...

These sound devine.

Solange said...

Yes it is. If you have a SPAR shop near by, I understand that they are already stocking it otherwise end of Feb in Tesco
thanks for dropping by

si

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