REVIEW BY SIMONA, OUR CUSTOMER AND WANA LOVER
Definitely at least once in a lifetime (maybe just once!), you will have experienced to buy a pack of croissants at the supermarket because they were attracted by the tempting packaging.
On the package, in fact, will certainly have attracted your attention the sharp, almost realistic image of a giant croissant, flaky, crumbly and, the piece de resistance: THE FILLING.
From the photo we see that filling so abundant of cream that even drips (always in the picture) like a fountain when you divide into two parts.
But let's get down to business.
We open the envelope of our croissant, which at a glance, still bagged, already seems to have undergone a washing machine wash at maximum temperatures that has shrunk it a lot.
But let's not give up. We open the envelope and pull out our succulent croissant with hazelnut cream.
And so, caught up in the excitement of seeing how the abundant hazelnut filling drips, we open the croissant in the center, in two parts.
A RABBIT TURD seems to be glimpsed in the distance, lost in the mix.
Hard as stone. Tasteless. FAKE.
The packaging really got to us.
But fortunately not all products advertised and hailed turn out to be a disappointment for those who buy them.
I'm talking about WANA.
A great packagingwhich is completely different from the classic packaging prototypes of the food.
The colors are the stars. Everything is a rainbow of flavours.
Each colour, all rigorously pastel, marks the a specific taste.
- BLU stands for Fondant Coconut.
- ROSA stands for White Chocolate and Strawberry.
- YELLOW stands for Fondant.
- BROWN (which is then a Beige, Turtledove, Walnut...whatever BROWN) stands for Gianduia.
- GREEN stands for Pistachio.
- ORANGE stands for Salted Caramel.
A frosted wafer encloses a cream filling.
Of course, we're still talking about a product without added sugar and with a very valid protein quota (14g per snack) and is Gluten Free.
Well, since we don't have great experiences with fillings, let's see what their official website wants to anticipate.
"With the cream overflowing, the wafer crunching and the chocolate enveloping you."
"We fill our protein snacks to the brim because life is never full of cream and flavor."
"Waffand'Cream contains so much cream that every bite is an explosion of flavor, smoothness and pleasure."
With that in mind, we just have to try them out.
I decide to start with GREEN. Pastel, of course.
The snack as soon as we open it and take it out of the package, it takes us back to one particular, very famous snack, the Duplo.
Ready to replicate the croissant tactic? That's it. Two hands, pressure in the middle. CRACK!
It doesn't feel real.
The green (pastel) cream dripped, with the precision of a sniper, onto my newly purchased white Converse.
Now my hands are all sticky. And green (pastel eh!).
I'd say the croissant episode is well and truly behind us.
With the WANA WAFFA AND CREAM...the CREAM is sure to fit.and that's too much.
Not to mention the crispy white chocolate glazed wafer.
Everything perfect and to the point.
Now we are waiting for the company to surprise us with the new flavor coming out: Peanut Butter and White Chocolate.
AND WHAT COLOR WILL IT BE?
Maybe Turtledove. O Pastel camel?