a little "classic" lighting.... ahh, seemed like a good idea at the time
The base is nice, especially considering it's greek frozen yogurt. It's like a well done light ice cream with a respectable texture that's light but enjoyable. Yoplait has the texture of yogurt that's been frozen, but this is definitely aiming to belong in the ice cream aisle. Another positive is that the Greek tang isn't hitting me, or at least it's hiding behind all of the honey. Either way, I'm happier this way.
Ok, I'm not a huge fan of honey (well I was as a kid, but my love has waned over the decades), so I think I need to even things out a bit. I smushed up the final scoop and it did a nice job of spreading the flavor out. Thing is, for me, it's still at that borderline of overpowering. Thankfully it's nowhere near as oppressive as the Stonyfield Honey greek froyo, but be aware that this is no timid swirl.
So in conclusion, it's a nice job by Turkey Hill. While the flavor profile doesn't exactly suit me, you can tell that they've gone the distance to make this a treat and not just some foo foo fad. There's no denying that this dessert inspired take is my preferred method of breaking into the greek froyo scene. I don't need the double caloric intake of Ben & Jerry's, the funny texture of some brands, or the tang of the other brands. I want this to be a dessert first, and everything else second and they've done that here. In fact, I'm pretty sure this would fly as a nice breakfast too (maybe with some nice cereal crunched up on top).
On Second Scoop: Continued thumbs up despite my low honey tolerance. The people willing to try this won't be disappointed in their search for a nice light greek froyo dessert.
Verdict? A light edition to the greek froyo scene
Buy this product line Again? looking forward to future variations