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Sno la - THE BEST of the fro yo craze


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Sno la - THE BEST of the fro yo craze

SarahM | | Sep 24, 2007 12:59 PM

Visited Sno la on Sunday after reading a post about it - I was particularly interested in trying the chocolate flavor since the OP said it had a pure, bittesweet chocolate flavor that a true chocoholic would appreciate.


This stuff is A.M.A.Z.I.N.G.

The chocolate really did taste like chocolate - nothing overly sweet or artificial about it. Very clean, pure REAL taste. I also tried the sour cherry and it actually tasted like cherry and not the red food coloring we have all come to think cherry tastes like. It was (true to it's name) sour, er tart. But in a blissfully sweet and natural way - like if you were to enjoy a fresh cherry. There were a couple of other flavors, the obligatory plain tart, mango and pomegranate. All are completely natural and organic and sweetened with fruit juice or fruit purees. And you really can taste the difference in the final product. No aftertaste and it's very satisfying.

The toppings were pretty impressive too. Lot's of fresh fruit. A really delicious chocolate sauce that was made of REAL MELTED CHOCOLATE and not just hershey's syrup or corn syrup/cocoa powder. I tried some very thin, crumbled wafers and they were the perfect compliment to my concotion, giving it a nice crunch.
There was also an interesting coconut milk sauce with pineapple and gelatin in it - could this replace the mochi topping craze?!

The staff was very sweet and helpful - eager to give samples and offer suggestions. They mentioned seasonal flavors were going to be introduced soon. Fig and honey was one of them - yum. Will be interesting to see how that plays out in soft serve form though.

It was empty when I went on Sunday, but hoping it is discovered so they stay in business. With all the yogurt offerings between stinkberry and the various fakeberry rip -offs, this place is legit and well worth it!

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