Funtunfunefu-Denkyemfunefu - a tongue-twister of the Twi-speaking Asante people in Ghana (roughly translates unity within diversity). And this bar consolidates a kitchen sink load of ingredients - but all good. Divine delivers its name on this one. Easily melts to mate straight onto the dark-chocolate wedding cake.
Appearance 5 / 5
|Surface:||perfectly finished plate|
|Temper:||translucent w/ a little bounce|
|Snap:||supersonic for a White - nice & tight (harder butter crystal from African beans quite apparent)|
Aroma 8.6 / 10
chillin for the most part: honey vanilla ice-cream; some cheese & talc underneath
Mouthfeel 12.7 / 15
|Texture:||stiff baby-bottom, as if the infant lifts weights in the baby ward|
|Melt:||strip-teasing resistance (meaning just barely)|
Flavor 44.5 / 50
vanilla hammer drenched in honey -> milk solids slosh about -> lemon lightens the load -> rare wafer moment (excellent) -> minor talc (soy lecithin offshoot) & slightly disruptive pine tar -> dairy more forcefully (esp butter & whey components; some egg yolk action too) -> whips up dessert frosting -> closes on-point... white choc mousse
Quality 18.1 / 20
Very vanilla-driven at the start, rolls into golden butter-cow richness. But 1 of the best roasted Whites on the market makes it reasonably honest if less stylized & prettified than many of its gloried competitors. Nice job.