Ambrosia Deluxe Custard Review: Salted Caramel & Creamy Toffee
I must admit I do find it odd that they've included two similar flavours like toffee and caramel, I mean technically they're different to each other but they're both basically variations of sugar, butter and condensed milk. So what's the difference between them?
|Deluxe Salted Caramel|
It tasted delicious...there was a good strong salted caramel flavour, almost butterscotch-like but with a decent salty kick, which makes a change since most salted caramels are lacking in the salt department. They've got the balance just right here. The custard was very moreish and it didn't take me long to eat the whole pot...cold, I might add!
|Deluxe Creamy Toffee|
Overall, these are some nice custards, and definitely a tad more indulgent than the average custard, but to be honest I don't think the small size of the pots is worth it. It's nice to have caramel and toffee flavours but let's be real no one buys custard for that...even if it does have the "flavour du yesterday" (see what I did there?!) in it.
7 .5 out of 10.