Bauli Moonfils Review and Unboxing: Tasty Italian Treats in India! 

Bauli Moonfils Review and Unboxing: Tasty Italian Treats in India! 

Hey everyone! 

I recently got the opportunity to indulge in the delicious treats. They come all the way from Italy, made with authentic and traditional recipe. These are newly introduced to the Indian Market: Bauli Moonfils. As soon as I got my hands on this, I ripped apart the packaging and devoured the yumminess. Well, I’m just getting ahead of myself. Let’s jump into the review!

Bauli Moonfils Review and Unboxing: Tasty Italian Treats in India! 

WHERE TO BUY: Available in all grocery stores, offline and online.

PRICE: 15 INR per pack. 

Bauli Moonfils Review and Unboxing: Tasty Italian Treats in India! 

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: Made from the finest ingredients, Bauli Moonfils are made from Authentic Italian Recipes filled with decadent and rich filling, baked to perfection! 

*CONTAINS EGGS.

FLAVORS: Chocolate, Vanilla, Strawberry and Orange. 

Bauli Moonfils Review and Unboxing: Tasty Italian Treats in India! 

MY EXPERIENCE: 

So, before I say anything else, I’d like to put it out there that these are REALLY popular among kids. My nephew stole some from my PR package the instant I got home. 

Bauli Moonfils Review and Unboxing: Tasty Italian Treats in India! 

Bauli Moonfils are basically crescent moon-shaped buns that are filled with cream. It is very soft and fresh in texture and in the middle is a gooey, thick creamy centre. 

I also recieved a cute little apron with my package! 

Bauli Moonfils Review and Unboxing: Tasty Italian Treats in India! 

Although, the shape of the perfect crescent gets lost because of handling, the taste remains the same. It is so soft that it instantly melts in your mouth. The taste is phenomenal and it’s a very moist bun. The creamy centre makes the taste yummier. It is a very good replacement for good old jam/jelly sandwich or even nutella, for a fact.

Bauli Moonfils Review and Unboxing: Tasty Italian Treats in India! 

The smell of the Moonfils is of freshly baked bread and it is absolutely amazing. Priced at 15 Rupees, this is practically a steal at this price. I truly thing the yummy flavor is unmatchable at this price. Dunk the Moonfils in some milk or have them as a desert dipped with hot chocolate sauce, the ways to eat or serve these are endless.

Bauli Moonfils Review and Unboxing: Tasty Italian Treats in India! 

Your taste buds will get a yummy, sweet treat. My Favorite Flavor out of these would be Choco Cream. 

PROS: 

  1. Amazing, unmatchable taste. 
  2. Fresh, soft texture. 
  3. Delicious smell.
  4. The Creamy centre is to die for. 
  5. Sturdy packaging. 
  6. Super duper cheap. 
  7. Ready to eat. 
  8. Dozens of serving/eating options. 
  9. Four tasty variants to choose from. 
  10. Easily available. 

CONS: None. 

Bauli Moonfils Review and Unboxing: Tasty Italian Treats in India! 

RATING: 5/5

OVERALL VERDICT: I can’t tell you how much I love these. These are my favorite breakfast treats or even midday snacks when I face hunger pangs. The taste, as I’ve told already is absolutely delicious. Once you’ve had a mouthful, I’m sure you wouldn’t stop. Get your hands on these treats and try them for yourself! 

Until next time,

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2 thoughts on “Bauli Moonfils Review and Unboxing: Tasty Italian Treats in India! 

    1. Of course, if you don’t buy a fresh variant, it’s going to pretty much suck. These are moonfils which are filled with creams of different flavors, a much better variant to our usual bun. The ones I got were definitely soft and filled to the brim with the delicious filling. And for only fifteen rupees, that’s all you can expect. 🙂 What went wrong with your experience?

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