Review: Ola Love Potion 2 & 4

For a moment there I thought this Love Potion series would suffer the same fate the 7 Sins series had for the Magnum (Only 2 of those arrived in the supermarket). But the next batch has finally arrived:

Love Potion 2:
A first layer of hazelnutty chocalate icecream has a nice depth to it. Halfway through, as you slowly get to the second layer, it’s plain vanilla icecream with high quality chocalate chips mixed, that melts in your mouth just as you’d expect. That means flavor and texture combined into a well produced cone.8+.

Love Potion 4:
Big surprise there. As you might have noticed, since the nineties, pistache flavored ice cream has vanished from the supermarket freezers. Might have something to do with the Italian Pistache Maffia or something, but I’m not totally happy about this situation. Little consolation is this Ola special, as I’m sure pistache will vanish for a few years again after this summer.
The first layer is covered with crunchy chocalate chips. The pistache ice cream is creamy indeed, but the pistache flavor is somewhat subdued and without character. The second layer, is another hazelnutty chocalate flavor (officially called Gianduja), and brings the end result back up to a big okay.7+.