You don’t have top be prancing around a palace to enjoy this nifty nibble, but it helps. If it looks slightly la-di-dah with the piquant chocolate-ball finish, it’s because it is. You can smell the truffle in the cake before it passes through gilded portals. Bite right into it and traverse the rich dark chocolate first before the truffle-flavor – much more subtle than you would have imagined – sinks in. Then only does the cake, delectably draped in honey, come into play. It’s a delicacy not be truffled with.
Source Cupcake Project