Yes you read it right, camel milk chocolate! Never did I think that anyone would think of making chocolate using camel milk! So you can imagine my surprise and my hesitation when my friend and colleague handed me a bag of camel milk chocolate bars after her return from a trip to Dubai. Each bar has a different flavor as you can see from the image below.
I took the 70% chocolate bar and broke a small piece and placed it on my tongue. As it melted, the chocolate had an unfamiliar taste. It was strong. I’m not sure if it was the camel milk or because I was thinking too much. But I liked it.
So if you happen to be in Dubai and feel a bit adventurous, then why don’t you try some camel milk chocolate and while you’re at it, how about a camel burger?
I am back in Kuwait for a few days now and so I apologize for the lack of updates! Time just passes by so quickly that it feels like I have no time to post, although I have content and images for at least 3 different posts! I will have to eventually post them. So please be patient with me.
This is my second post on Dubai. As I said before Dubai’s food is mediocre at its best but when our friend Rahab told us she’s going to surprise with a new breakfast (that later turned to a brunch) place that will surely turn into a post, I knew it had to be good, and it was. Continue reading
The Oven Experiments has been on a pause since I’m in Dubai and have been busy stuffing myself! Mostly forgetable kind of food but after a midnight “snack” at Carluccio’s at Dubai Mall, things are looking good, food-wise.
We had a cheese platter as dessert and since it was already past 12, we thought that should be sufficient, but it wasn’t. We also ordered an antipasti platter. You can see them below. And it was so good. So we bought two fresh mozeralla balls and some more bresaola and asked them to just serve it to us!
Tomorrow is limetree cafe! Can’t wait!