Battle of the sugary drinksMay 8, 2017 | 21:23 | Written by: snake911
The other day I was at a local donut shop because I woke up late and needed something quick to eat; and thankfully this donut shop has a huge variety of breakfast sandwiches to start the day right. So while I was waiting for my order, I saw a drink on the menu I never saw before with a name I couldn't refuse to get. It was called "Death by Chocolate."
Yowza! Fearing the worst this drink could do to me -- possibly an early trip to my final resting place ;-) -- I decided to not get it that morning, but to get it later, so I made a mental note to come back another day. Well that day came and went and I can say that I came, I saw, and I conquered.
Unfortunately I was kind of disappointed in it. Its reputation does not live up to the name. While it was chocolatey, and it was a delicious drink, I wasn't too thrilled on the lack or richness that was actually in this beverage. In the closest competitor to this drink, I'd have to say the Dunkaccino is a clear winner by far.
Although, I did opted to get it boba styled with those little balls you usually see in Asian coffee drinks or teas. And while they did do a good job a keeping me from downing the drink in one or two gulps, they did very little else to help enhance the drink, showing yet again how the Dunkaccino is supreme.
Hmm, now I need to challenge the Dunkaccino to what 31 Baskin Robbins had called a Chocolate Blast. Terrible name (if you know what I mean), but great to drink. But is it better than the previous winner? We'll need to test this out in the near future. Diabetes, here I come!Permalink - Category: food