Oh, wiki pit stop: Doberge cake originated in New Orleans and is made up of of several layers of cake that alternates with dessert pudding. Yeah, that totally sounds like my kind of cake (and is very reminiscent of my mom's tasty Viennese torte).
Seeing a big swirl on the opening shot is usually a good sign.
With the excellence of this flavor, and my surprising enjoyment of Ben & Jerry's Key Lime Pie, I can't help wonder why there isn't more competition in this space, though this has inspired me to try the Turkey Hill version. Actually, speaking of B&J's, they went with a meringue swirl, but NOICC doesn't need it. Their base here already has a great sweetness to it which helps deliver that pie vibe, plus now you've got a consistent sweetness and not an intermittent swirl sweetness.
Buy Again? definitely