According to the wrapper, it’s a “special blend of white and milk chocolate with a layered centre of feather-light chocolate mousse and truffle, finished with a sprinkle of sugar”.
And that’s a fairly accurate description of this sweet and creamy bar.
At first glance, it does look a bit odd though. That blend of white and milk chocolate has an unusual light-beige colour that I’m not used to, and to be frank it’s not the most appetising-looking bar of chocolate I’ve ever seen. It’s also covered in fine sugar which improves the looks somewhat, but also makes it very, very sweet.
The filling is soft, but I wouldn’t go so far as to call it “feather light”, and there’s a bit of an artificial flavour to it, which I put down to the sorbitol which is listed in the ingredients.
The overall effect was nice enough, but with a few tweaks (a little more creaminess, a little less sweetness) it could have been delicious.