I bought this Turrón crujiente-calidad suprema Negro from pound shop in Northampton the other week just because I’ve never seen it before and it looked kind of fascinating. It may not be all that interesting to eat, but it definitely fills a whole.
Turrón Crujiente-Calidad Suprema Negro is Spanish and it means something like “Black Supreme Quality Crispy Nougat”, or there abouts. I can’t tell you what the aroma is like as I have cold at the moment, but I’m guessing its got a mild, but fairly sweet aroma that would be quite compelling.
The flavour is mild too and doesn’t strike you as being exceptionally chocolatey, but it is perfect for a lunch-time snack of chocolate if you’re sharing amongst friends or family. It actually reminds me of a chocolate milkshake which I’m sure many kids would agree with.
The texture is fantastic. I love large chunks of chocolate and the crunchy nougat bit isn’t chewy at all – its a great bit of chocolate – especially at its 300g and only cost pound;1. A pretty good bargain if you ask me.
If you’re ever in an East European shop in this country or a shop abroad on your holidays, I’d certainly recommend giving it a go.
Taste: 65% – its not a chocolate to savour, but the flavour is a nice, pleasant one.
Texture: 75% – I’m ashamed to admit it, but its a great lunch-time snack that will fill you up, the texture is perfect for having with a cup of tea
Price: 75% – 300g of it for just £1 is great value
Overall: 71.66% – I know its not extra special chocolate, but its a good snack one for the family
I have no idea where you can buy it online, but look out for it in stores across the country and Europe.
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