Author: rainyweather

What is "chocolate truffles"? How does it taste like? [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2013-1-14 21:53:42 |Display all floors
RENREW Post time: 2013-1-14 21:27
From my experience Chinese do not really favour chocolate with alcohol fillings or flavour.

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good advice, even better take the golden VISA,...this stuff really costs more then 50 kuai/100 gramm? if so, i go back to "RITTER SPORT TRÜFFEL".
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lionstar Post time: 2013-1-14 17:51
how would you describe the taste of rice? details pls

ok, for rice, not sweet, not bitter, not sour, taste plain.

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Post time 2013-1-15 13:51:53 |Display all floors
lionstar Post time: 2013-1-14 17:16
A chocolate truffle is a type of chocolate confectionery, traditionally made with a chocolate ganach ...

thanks a lot for giving me so many information about it. Do u know where I can get it in Beijing? Are there any good brands could u pls recommend? cause chocolate is my mom's favorite. She hasn't tasted this before. I am going to buy it as a New Year's gift.

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dusty1 Post time: 2013-1-14 17:53
It is like a taste of heaven in your mouth.

a taste of heaven? that must amazing.

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RENREW Post time: 2013-1-14 21:27
From my experience Chinese do not really favour chocolate with alcohol fillings or flavour.

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no, I am not. I am an exception, so is my mom. Both of us are quite fond of chocolate with alcohol fillings rather than with nuts inside.

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RENREW Post time: 2013-1-14 21:27
From my experience Chinese do not really favour chocolate with alcohol fillings or flavour.

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thank u so much for giving me the brand.

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This post was edited by rainyweather at 2013-1-15 14:13
RENREW Post time: 2013-1-14 21:27
From my experience Chinese do not really favour chocolate with alcohol fillings or flavour.

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I v done research online. After I got the brand from u, I went to their webstie. it is not cheap. small six chocolate balls cost 195RMB. it is expensive. but I will buy it for my mom and won't tell her the price.

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