At the moment, they have only 2 kinds - Classic and Marzipan, which are available in 120g and 200g jars.
This is the Classic Chocolate Biscuit Pudding (Rs. 650 for 200g). We actually ordered the 120g one, but due to a mistake from their end, they were kind enough to give the 200g one for the same price, which is Rs. 400.
Oh my! It's the mark of perfection. The silky-smooth, luxuriously dark chocolate layers were so damn intense in flavour - hitting all the right spots in our chocolate radar. It has no eggs, but a very little amount of sugar, so the sweetness is mainly drawn from dark chocolate itself.
Priced at Rs. 500 for 120g, the Marzipan Chocolate Biscuit Pudding had the same excellent layers of chocolate and Marie biscuit, with the addition of Marzipan. This one is sweeter than the Classic, and has a nuttier touch to it, all thanks to the bits of almonds, sugar and honey in the Marzipan.
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