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Blanc Rouge

by Weiss
Info Details
Country France   
Type Flavored   (Straw/Raspberry; Cherry; White Chocolate)
Strain
Source
Flavor Fruits & Flowers   
Style Classic      
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Impact
Popping a blonde's cherry in a barrage à twat
Appearance   3.9 / 5
Color: red, white &... whew (jaundiced yeast)
Surface: fruit-spangled banner
Temper: albumen (battered egg whites)
Snap: pouring milk in a bowl of Rice Crispies™; pocked ‘n bloody mess on the break wall
Aroma   7.4 / 10
3 scoops of cherry-vanilla ice-cream piled high on frosted pop-tarts / toaster-oven pastries
Mouthfeel   11.7 / 15
Texture: gummy ‘n teddy bears
Melt: breast-friend w/ silicon
Flavor   45.6 / 50
cracks open vanilla egg cream (richer than chicken, closer to pheasant) -> red rush (raspberry leading the charge) -> ice-cream spread -> the Trinity meet (vanilla / cream / fruit), united in the amen corner of cacáo butter -> shouts of raspberry sirens going away
Quality   18.4 / 20
Confected orgasm with a couple of achingly good peaks. Several of Weiss' “dark” bars draw blanks so it’s unsurprising that their ‘White’ would be flavorful – thanks to those additives – to uphold its contrarian spirit. Dried fruits give it a tart pull & offset away from instant formula, while still calling attention to its milk & cacáo butter base. A bar that really works, even if in a crassly gratuitous way.

ING: sugar, cacáo butter, powdered milk, raspberry, strawberry, cherry, natural flavoring, vanilla

Reviewed 8/12/09

  

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