Describing Pirouline

You can smell the chocolate encasing the wafer stick. Just like opening a container of cocoa, you can smell the chocolate instantly.

The outer layer of the wafer is bumpy due to the swirling texture. It has a tan-ish layer with a brown center. Dark and light brown lines of color swirls around the wafer.

The first bite gave way to the thin crust before reaching the soft, chocolaty center. As you continue to chew, the chocolate filling and bits of wafer dissolve in your mouth leaving a chocolate after taste.

The wafer is similar to a non-plastic straw, they will start to deteriorate when wet for so long because of the absorbency of the products.

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