I was super excited to see Toffee Apple in this box. I've been wanting to try this since I first browsed the graze website. Its dried apple with toffee sauce.
I love the combination of apples and caramel, and I assumed the toffee sauce would be just that, a caramel dip. Given that I haven't really enjoyed much of Graze's dried fruit selection, with the exception of their raisin and cranberries, I wasn't sure I was really going to like the dried apple, but I was optimistic. I was pleasantly surprised with the texture of these. They were spongey, but in a good way. Soft and really easy to chew, almost marshmallowy. By themselves, the apples were yummy, but dipped in the toffee sauce they were extra tasty! As I suspected, the toffee sauce tasted like caramel and once we had used up the last of the apples I happily liked up the rest with my finger. I LOVE this one =)
Next was the one of the savory options, Yaki soba- soba peanut, edamame beans, chili and lemon chickpea noodles and chili broad beans.
I was excited to try this because it had so many different components. Overall, this flavors in this were good but I personally felt like there was too much going on. The dried edamame beans were the most plain in the bunch, I don't really love dried edamame, the end up tasting a bit chalky. The soba peanuts were good. You could definitely taste the chili and lemon in the noodles, they were ok. My favorite part was the chili broad beans, nice flavor and crunch.
Next was the Smoky Gazpacho dip- smoky gazpacho relish with wholemeal crisp bread slices.
Last was Scrumptious Blueberry Swirl- blueberry yoghurt raisins, raspberry cranberries, and blackcurrants.
I've had the raspberry cranberries and blackcurrants before and like them. The Blueberry yogurt raisins were really good! They had a nice tang from the yogurt coating and went well with the sweetness of the raisins. It definitely had a berry quality to it, but I wouldn't say I noticed a specific blueberry flavor. This was a nice one!
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