My Fourth Kiss

Flirty Kiss
Flirty Kiss

The Fourth Element: Chocolate Brownie.

Flirtily (!?) Unboxed
Flirtingly (!?) Unboxed

Ready for chocolate overload.

Flirtingly Bitten
Flirtingly Bitten

Rich chocolatey fudgey goodness inside.
Not too sweet, and gooey and crunchy in just the right amounts.

Ranking refresh: First Kiss / Flirty Kiss (shared first), Passionate Kiss (second), Loving Kiss (third).

Only one chance to out-shine them all…

My Third Kiss

Passionate Kiss
Passionate Kiss

Next in line: Tiramisu.

Passionately Unboxed
Passionately Unboxed

These really are indistinguishable from the outside.
I could buy a stack of these and mix them around for pot-luck.

Passionately Bitten
Passionately Bitten

A little sweet, but not too much.
Sponge-finger-bits also small… but the flavour is sufficiently convincing.

Ranking so far: First Kiss (best), Passionate Kiss (second), Loving Kiss (third).

My Second First Kiss

I have to correct an earlier article on this blog. I cannot let a factual error of this magnitude stand. When I wrote my earlier Magnum Kisses post, I was under the mistaken impression that this was a line of 5 First Kisses. As it turns out, it is merely a line of 5 Kisses. My apologies for the grave error. I will take full responsibility for the mental anguish this may have caused.

Now…

On to the second kiss.

Loving Kiss
Loving Kiss

Streets have labelled this one a “Loving Kiss”, and it supposedly has “Meringue and Red Fruits”.

Lovingly Unboxed
Lovingly Unboxed

Externally, no different to the first kiss…

Lovingly Bitten
Lovingly Bitten

But internally… a bit of a disappointment. It has everything it says on the box, but not as I expected. The “Red Fruits” are a slightly-too-sweet jam, and the “Meringue” bits are there, but only if I really pay attention. I guess there is a limit to the size of the meringue that can go inside a Magnum, but still.

So far, the first kiss is best.