It was at my local market and being a good consumer,
ok, well actually just a sucker for trying something new, I bought one.
I opened it and was instantly taken in by the rich creaminess,
the kind of but not quite Greek yogurt texture and the bursting fresh fruit flavor.
Yes, I know that's a super dorky word, but that's what it is, pure & simple.
It's gloriously rich in flavor, but not at all heavy.
There are a multitude of deliciously fresh flavors and I've tried them all but mango,
which mysteriously is always out of stock when I shop.
I have a feeling my grocer is hiding out back eating them all!
They say happy cows come from California,
but I live in California and I've nevertasted a local yogurt that tastes like this.
So, I think the really blissful cows are hanging out in Colorado, where this lusciousness is made.
So "noosa" you ask?
It's actually a place in Australia, over on the Sunshine Coast.
The yoghurt recipe hails from Down Under but traveled Stateside and is made in Colorado.
So why did I hold out on you and not share?
When I had originally found it, they were really new and their website consisted of,
well nothing but a homepage with virtually no information.