Every brownie portion they have weighs 100 grams, and neatly packed in aluminium foil containers. We ordered four of them - Cashew Nut Fudge Brownie (Rs. 400), Oreo Fudge Brownie (Rs. 380), Toblerone Fudge Brownie (Rs. 425) and Nutella Fudge Brownie (Rs. 400).
Almost all the brownies shared the same base. Chocolaty, fudgy, and enriched with the promised toppings/elements. However, four of us tried them, and we all wished if they had gone easy on the sugar because it was a tad sweet for our liking.
With chooty bits of cashews embedded in a gooey mess of fudgy chocolate, the Cashew Nut Fudge Brownie was good. Less sugar, and including some more cashew nuts would have made it perfect. Every bite of this Oreo Fudge Brownie was rich with crushed Oreos, which helped to subdue the sweetness by the cookie goodness. Out of the lot, this one had to be my favourite. I mean, just look at that pile of Toblerone chunks! There were lots and lots of it, making this brownie even more chocolaty while adding a nutty crunch.
The Nutella Fudge Brownie was an odd one, mainly because of the gooey texture it had. We love our brownies gooey (who doesn't?), but this one was gooey to the point that it drips from our spoon. While we weren't fans of this runny texture, we quite enjoyed its very Nutella-like flavours.
Brownies are wonderful mood fixers - it's the preordering that annoys. Badagini Station being available within our fingertips at any time of the day, fixes that. They're single servings, so you don't have to order trays of them to have one bite. More importantly, you can order these rich brownies with a scoop of ice cream and toppings (chocolate/caramel) if you like, which is another plus point.
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