For years I have thought about those chocolates and request them whenever anyone is visiting Amsterdam. I find myself craving this little wedge shaped bonbon in a lemon cheesecake flavor more often than I can even verbalize. It is really that memorable and delicious.
Now, because my partner is from England we occasionally travel back to visit his family and friends. Earlier this year we had to fly back for a wedding and when I was researching flights I noticed there was one option with four hour layover in Amsterdam. My partner is a big fan of rushing his way through a city on long layovers so I decided to follow in his footsteps and attempt to make it to Ganache on our layover. He was confident we could do it, so we booked our flights with the layover!
For months I looked forward to that day, and when the day came....well....it was a bit of a mess.
It would've been fine if someone hadn't have stabbed several people at the train station we were trying to get to. It would've been even more fine if we had known about the incident prior to leaving the airport and on gotten a stop or two into our train journey. Eventually, after waiting for quite a bit of our very limited time, we had to Uber into the city and cross our fingers that the train would be ready to go back when we were.
The good news is, we made it! For the first time, I got to physically step foot into one of my favorite chocolate shops.