Rocher chocolates, made by the company, Ferrero (otherwise more commonly known as Ferrero Rocher) are one of my favourite chocolates. They are reasonably priced, and the taste and texture presented by each chocolate makes it quite an enjoyable experience, at least to me.
The chocolate is self-described on its packaging as follows:
Delicious, distinctive Ferrero Rocher fine hazelnut chocolates. The unique combination of creamy chocolate and a perfect whole hazelnut that is wrapped in a light, crisp wafer shell, covered in smooth milk chocolate and sprinkled with hazelnut pieces. Savour the Ferrero Rocher taste experience anytime!
I could eat these things pretty quickly; however, when I am bored, I typically like to deconstruct these chocolates and eat each part of it separately. This is probably the engineer part of me breaking through; after all, I was in an engineering program prior to becoming an urban planner.
How do I do this? Read on...
After taking it out of the golden package, I proceed to carefully peel off the first layer of chocolate and hazelnut to expose the wafer shell. I dispose of this outer layer of chocolate and hazelnut into my mouth.
Next, I break the wafer shell into its two halves to expose the inner chocolate and hazelnut. Not going to waste, the wafer shell finds a home in my mouth.
An attempt to liberate the hazelnut ensues, as the chocolate is orally removed. Lastly, the freed hazelnut is devoured, and all is well until the craving for the next piece of chocolate kicks in.
To further demonstrate this deconstruction of the Ferrero Rocher chocolate, here is a summary picture.
Do you have your own special way of eating this chocolate? I would love to know if others enjoy their Ferrero Rocher chocolate in this manner.
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