Sea Salt Chocolate Pinkberry is described as a “smooth, creamy chocolate flavor with a touch of Maldon sea salt that will delight any true chocolate lover.” Mr. Froyo felt this was a lighter chocolate flavor that had just a hint of salt (he thought it would be saltier). I thought the level of salt was right – who wants really salty froyo? The sea salt is already in the mix but you can also have them add more salt on top.
Recommended toppings: Almonds, chocolate crisps, chocolate curls, Almond Roca, strawberries
Raspberry White Chocolate Pinkberry is “a fruity and refreshing treat made with natural raspberry puree and white chocolate that will make your taste buds swoon.” This flavor was our favorite. It tastes much more like raspberry than white chocolate. The white chocolate is subtle. The raspberry has a natural tangy refreshing quality and the white chocolate gives it a sweet finish. It’s a pretty pale pink too, perfect for Valentine’s Day. I thought it would be sweeter and was happy that it was tangy.
Recommended toppings: Raspberries, pomegranate sauce, chocolate chips, coconut
Passionfruit Pinkberry is not a brand new flavor but it’s back in time for Valentine’s Day.
You know you love me. X0 X0, fro-yo girl.
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