Sunday, March 28, 2010

Eat with your Eyes: Eve

Leonidas used to have many shops around in Southern California. Sometimes I’d pop in and pick up a few pieces, I was hoping to make it through all varieties eventually. Most of them are gone now (thankfully replaced by other sweet shops, so I just have other things to sample now).

Leonidas Eve (milk chocolate & banana cream)

The Eve piece is a milk chocolate shell with a thick base with a frothy banana creme inside.

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