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Most Anticipated Flavor at Florean Fortescue’s

Discussion in 'Wizarding World - Diagon Alley' started by Brian G., May 30, 2014.

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Which flavor are you looking forward to trying?

  1. Earl Grey and Lavender

    14.1%
  2. Chocolate Chili

    10.7%
  3. Clotted Cream

    6.7%
  4. Apple Crumble

    22.8%
  5. Sticky Toffee Pudding

    12.1%
  6. Salted Caramel Blondie

    15.4%
  7. Chocolate and Raspberry

    9.4%
  8. Strawberry and Peanut-Butter

    4.7%
  9. Orange Marmalade

    4.0%
  1. Brian G.

    Brian G. Staff Member Administrator

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    OK, the flavors have all been announced. Which flavor are you looking forward to?

    (Butterbeer was purposely left off, because the answer was obvious) :lol:
     
  2. Hockeyman55

    Hockeyman55 Premium Member

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    Honestly none of them sound too appealing to me (besides butterbeer) but im also pretty plain and boring when it comes to my ice cream tastes and don't stray too far from vanilla.
     
  3. ThemeParks4Life

    ThemeParks4Life Veteran Member

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    Chocolate and Raspberry sounds like the most appealing flavor to me, though Earl Grey and Lavender, Apple Crumble, and Orange Marmalade could be pretty good.
     
  4. JungleSkip

    JungleSkip Premium Member

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    The top three one the poll are the most interesting, and I went with clotted cream. Love clotted cream and scones.
     
  5. shiekra38

    shiekra38 Veteran Member

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    Chocolate and Chilli at the same time? No..

    The Blondie sounds really good for all year and the Orange for Summer months..

    Smart move leaving Butterbeer off haha
     
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    Oh, you're making a big mistake dismissing it. The two pair wonderfully. The heat of the Chile pepper and the sweetness of the chocolate are great together.
     
  7. kingcooger

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    That exact sentiment is why I picked earl grey and lavender. It seemed the most unique and therefore I want to try it more than the ones I know are going to be good.
     
  8. Frogki

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    Interesting to note, chocolate was historically paired with the chile, that was part of its original preparation (mainly in hot chocolate)...
     
  9. kingcooger

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    Yep, that is what good mexican hot chocolate tastes like, and it is delicious.
     
  10. UNIrd

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    It was Apple Crumble before Butterbeer but now..
     
  11. Universal Bob

    Universal Bob Newcomer

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    Butterbeer sounds soooo good!!
     
  12. Joe

    Joe aka TestTrack321 Staff Member Moderator

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    All sound interesting, chocolate chili seems most unique.
     
  13. UK-Trigg

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    Chocolate and chilli is indeed a classic flavour combo. Taking a step furter next time you ou make a chilli con carne try grating a little chocolate in at the end, you need a decent 70% chocolate but it really does lift the chilli (coffee works too). Go on give it a try.

    I will happily try all flavours of the ice creams, as a chef I love trying new combinations so this will be dream for me. Although none are truely unique I am genuinley looking forward to tasting them all.
     
  14. Brian G.

    Brian G. Staff Member Administrator

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    Agreed. Some mole sauces include chocolate in the recipe.
     
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    Earl Grey, cold.
     
  16. shiekra38

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    Perhaps you all have sold me on it...I will give it a try
     
  17. Gambit

    Gambit --House Elf-- Premium Member

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    I would like to say that the flavors listed represent less then half of the favors they will have (20+). But I'm sure most of the others will just be basic flavors.

    With that being said I'm still holding out for some of those CRAZY flavors they had in the concept art! :)
     
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    Salted Caramel Blondie sounds pretty amazing.
     
  19. Drew

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    Apple crumble for me. The chocolate and chili concept is interesting. I'd try it... but I'm not sure how I feel about it.
     
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    I do believe Ive tried the chocolate and chili and it is a very interesting combination! Apple crumble is a sure fire choice for me!
     

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