Award winning organic, vegan truffles from Booja Booja made with the finest Fine de Champagne and luxurious organic chocolate from the Dominican Republic. The dairy free truffles are made with a fine de champagne ganache encased in chocolate for an indulgent texture and delicious taste.
Booja Booja Champagne Truffles Review:
The truffles are presented in a heavy-duty cardboard box. The truffles is given space to breathe and the box is airtight, to keep them fresh. The truffles are in the shape of champagne bubbles and have a subtle shine to them, which I love.
I am a huge fan of Booja Booja treats! Previously I have tried their chocolate bars, and the chocolate covered popcorn . As happy as I was with those, I have to say that the Booja Booja truffles are on a completely different level! I have tried many of the creamy truffles from different companies such as Lindt, Yummy Earth, and Kinder, and while these did not do any damage, there is still something to be desired in the taste department. Booja Booja truffles are an entirely different beast however. I have tasted many, many artisan truffles, and these are top notch.
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I have the best ones I’ve tasted so far. How wonderful is that?With every single piece I ate, I found it completely impossible to pinpoint one particular ingredient. The creamy, smooth texture just seemed to mingle with all the other ingredients, creating a completely new flavour that I wish I could describe to you, alas I cannot. You just have to believe me on that, even if you think I am being slightly dramatical… I could go on and on about how much I enjoyed these truffles, but here are a few of my favourite quotes from my friends:”OMG, DRGS, they are literally to die for. These are like… better than a man’s tongue.””ALLOW ME TO QUOTE ONE OF THE SONGS FROM A LITTLE MUSICAL HIT CALLED ‘LES MISERABLES’…That’s from the song ‘Master Of The House’ with the lyrics ‘My mother will make tasty snacks for me, too’ I sing that song then drool on the Booja Booja truffles!””I’m faster than any man alive, but unfortunately, by the time I can take a bite out of my Booja Booja truffles, the creamyness has always melted away. Boo ya Boo ya Boo ya””CHEESE PLEASE!””I’M PRETTY MUCH BLIND RIGHT NOW AND FROM THE TASTE OF THESE CHOCOLATES, I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT I’VE JUST PUT INTO MY MOUTH, BUT I LOVE IT!””They taste incredible, and so easy to eat!”Booja Booja truffles are completely dairy-free, so I find that they are very versatile and can be eaten simply as a snack, or added to your favourite dessert, such as ice-cream, or in my case, a warm chocolate brownie.I’m not a sickly sweet person, but these truffles are so creamy and the tastes so smooth that a little bit goes a long way. I find that even the most discerning palate will be satisfied by these. These truffles are perfect for sharing, as they are more about taste than about texture, and they will literally taste just as good, even when they melt. The box has a built-in flap to give the truffles a bit of extra air, so they do not get all clunky from heat.
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Booja Booja also offer a variety of other truffle flavours, such as: Chocolate ChampagneWhite Chocolate ChampagneMacadamia & HoneyHazelnut & Pink PepperCoconut & CinnamonVegan chocolateMilk ChocolateMint, Milk Chocolate & HazelnutVanilla & Marshmallow85% Dark Chocolate70% Dark ChocolateBooja Booja also offer a variety of other truffle flavours, such as:
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My mother always said, “If you can’t say something nice, don’t say anything at all!
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If you are in England, the truffles are available at Waitrose, Selfridges, Whole Foods and FoodForGood, to name a few. If not, you can find them online. I have to warn you though, they won’t be cheap… these truffles retail at £8.45 AUD! But taste-wise, and quality-wise, it is totally worth it!
When I send my partner out to buy me something sweet to eat, he always comes back with a tub of ice-cream, or packets of lollies, or bars of chocolate. I think he doesn’t quite understand the meaning and value of good quality chocolate, and it is no surprise to me that he doesn’t, as I am a connoisseur of fine chocolate, and a lover of good food. I have had a few chocolate experiences. I have been to Melbourne’s most prestigious chocolate shop, and somewhat enjoyed the experience there, I have eaten Chocolate Wine Gums , which I found to be quite enjoyable, and I have eaten some fine chocolates from La Maison du Chocolat , which really did blow my mind. Booja Booja truffles blows all three of them out of the water and then some.