Talenti Peanut Butter Fudge Sorbetto #45
peanut butter sorbetto with fudge swirls
Well isn't that fancy looking?
I decided to just dive right in and am now typing after I've finished my first serving and by serving I mean a 1/4 pint at most. This is some dense, flavorful frozen treat so a little goes a long way. Basically it's really cold peanut butter fudge. I know that is its name, but I mean fudge as in fudge, not fudge as in fudge sauce. Besides the fact that it would melt if I cut it into cubes to serve, I'm pretty sure I could tell people this was some funky new fudge and they would believe me.
Hopefully the swirls aren't only on the edges.
To recap the rambling, we've got a nice fudge like product with plenty of flavor that's not too sweet and not too salty. It's good though and more importantly it's not a flat flavor. I hate flat peanut butter. It's so boring. This does have a certain level of richness to the texture and flavor. It's not straight peanut butter, this isn't JIF on your spoon, but it's just an interesting change up from Talenti. I thought this would be good if not a little restrained, but the fact they made it a sorbetto is a very interesting choice.
On Second Scoop: (Oops, I had my second scooping without filling this part in) This is a nice product and I'd love to know what our non-dairy friends have to say about it. The only issue I will really point out is that this came out as the same time as the Haagen-Dazs version which is an absolute delight to eat. H-D is creamier, has more of a chocolate factor, and brings the crunch factor. Talenti's take is a much more straight forward product. I see this as more of something you nibble on as opposed to something you inhale. Give it a try and let us all know what you think.
Verdict? is decadant the right word here?
Buy Again? yup