English Oven Choco Bunfills Review – An Average Product (2022)
English Oven Choco Bunfills taste fresh with a decadent chocolate filling. But here’s why we rated it 2.75 on 5.
Chocolate makes everything better. Celebrations, a bad day, bread, oats, nuts- add chocolate, add smiles.
A new entrant in the snacks section is the Choco Bunfills by English Oven. We ordered a pack from an online grocery portal for our English Oven Bunfills review. In this review, we discuss the flavors, textures, freshness, and more.
Does this make for an indulgent snack?
Quick details on English Oven Bunfills in this table.
|English Oven Bunfills||Product Details|
|Net Quantity||30 grams|
|Buy Now||On Amazon|
Our Review Factors
The bun and the chocolate filling- how do these two components taste individually? Did they taste fresh? Was the sweetness balanced or overwhelming? Was the bun sweetened too?
How was the bun? Was it flaky? Or was it soft and fluffy? What about the choco filling- gooey or lumpy? How is the balance between the chocolate filling and the bun?
3. Other Parameters
The price, packaging, shelf life and other non-tasting parameters were taken into account here.
English Oven Bunfills – Detailed Review
Price + Packaging
English Choco Bunfills was packed in a brown pouch pack. The bun was placed inside a sturdy tray. A 30-gram bun is priced at Rs 15 with a use-by date mentioned on the pack.
Chocolate filling (35%), Sugar, Water, Thickener (1422), Cocoa Solids (4.2%), Refined Soyabean Oil, Liquid Glucose, Milk Solids, Edible Common Salt, Hydrogenated Vegetable Fat, Stabilizer (415), Nature-identical flavors, Class II Preservatives (202), Refined Wheat Flour (Maida), Water, Sugar, Margarine, Yeast, Milk Solids, Dough Improvers (471, 472 e, Gluten, Starch, Enzyme (1100), Edible Common Salt, Class II Preservative (282), Acidity Regulator (260), Antioxidant (300)
Aroma + Appearance
The bun was palm-sized and looked well-baked as it was fluffy. It had a golden brown appearance like baked products usually do. We sliced the bun to gauge the filling. It was a decadent, chocolatey brown hue.
It did not have a prominent aroma but there were no off-putting smells either.
Taste + Texture
Though the bread (bun) was soft, it felt dry. It wasn’t dense or heavy, just slightly dry. The centre cream was gooey and smooth.
In terms of taste, the bun tasted fresh. It was slight sweet. The chocolate filling featured balanced sweetness and the overall flavor worked well with the bread.
However, the ratio of bun to filling was fairly disappointing. There were some bites that had absolutely no filling. Some more creme would have made this way better.
- Pocket-friendly snack
- Travel-friendly packing
- Balanced sweetness
- Fresh taste
- The bun felt slightly dry
- Low chocolate to bun ratio
English Oven Choco Bunfills is good for an occasional snack for tiffin or with tea/coffee.
Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some interesting FAQs on English Choco Oven Bunfills.
A 30-gram bun has 6 grams of sugar, which is not too high.
Yes, it contains Class II Preservatives.
No, the bun is made of refined wheat flour and is not gluten-free.
Yes, you can pair this choco bunfills with a beverage of choice.
The chocolate filling is prepared with cocoa solids, milk solids, and liquid glucose.
In a word, average. Mishry’s experience with English Oven Choco Bunfills was average. The taste and texture were decent, but the quantity of the centre creme could have been better.
Have you tried English Oven before? If yes, how was your experience?