Burch & Purchese Sweet Studio, South Yarra | I Only Eat Desserts – Adelaide Food Blog

After much persistent nagging, C had convinced me to watch Free To Play (a documentary about Dota 2 gamers) where it followed 3 guys journey in gaming – there are some things we can’t outgrow as a kid ;) One got dumped by his gf, the other kicked out of his house for gaming and another who grew up poor but despite all adversity they continued to do what they love. They made it to the internationals to win 1 million (FYI the prize pool has hit 8 million this year). At the core of it all it was to follow your dreams – SO MUCH FEELS.  Maybe your dream isn’t to be a professional Dota 2 gamer but for a pink version of Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory – this I may be able to help you out with. Yes, it is Burch & Purchese where you will feel like a kid in a candy store :)

Burch & Purchese Sweet StudioBurch & Purchese Sweet Studio

The 8 components of the explosive raspberry milk chocolate melded well together and nothing was overpowering. Each spoonful was full of interesting flavours and textures from mild pop rocks, crunchy rice bubble like chocolate to tangy sour raspberry. Mixing in the chocolate chip cookie crumbs and raspberry jelly blended everything together – you could taste all the awesome parts at once.

Burch & Purchese Explosive Raspberry Milk Chocolate

Explosive Raspberry Milk Chocolate – Rasp & milk choc mousse/ raspberry custard/ raspberry compote/ explosive milk choc chip cookie crumb/ exaggerated raspberry cream/ raspberry marshmallow/ milk chocolate mirror glaze ($9)

A crack from the dark chocolate shell encasing the oozy salted caramel – perfect salted caramel that had the sweet caramel tones and that salty hit. More please!

Burch & Purchese Salted Caramel

Gold Bullion Bars

Burch & Purchese is a place where chocolate dreams are made – I would love to try more of their range :)

Food: 3.5/5
Service: 3/5
Atmosphere: 3/5

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Melbourne Series 2014

C and I went for an extreme food crawl through Melbourne for 4 days during the Adelaide Cup holiday. We thought we were smart going only on an Adelaide long weekend. We were not. It was Labour Day in Melbourne – luckily things were still open :) Here is a list of the places we ate at:

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