My friend Jane and I went to a coffee shop in Louisville, Kentucky, where we have rewards cards. I've bought so many cups of coffee there, I got the award of a free dessert.
So we rubbed our noses on the glass like all little children do, and picked this one to split.
It looks a bit more pallid than it was in real life, because it had a hygienic bit of plastic wrapped around its middle.
The bottom layer was chocolate cake, then a layer of chocolate fluff, then a layer of white fluff, then a layer of light chocolate fluff, then a thin layer of chocolate ganache. The little white spheres were edible. The brown stick thing was chocolate. The orange disk thing was white chocolate with an edible ink design on it. The white stick was a bit puzzling: it wasn't edible. Outrageous, really. Why wasn't it edible? I mean, I suppose we COULD have eaten it, but it wouldn't have been at all nice.
And did I mention it was free?
Life can be sweet, sometimes.
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