They should just add the word “pie” to the end of the flavor name. This tastes just like key lime pie. The sourness of the yogurt works surprisingly well with the sourness of key limes. Not too tart, but plenty sweet. This is a “Blended” brand of Chobani yogurt, so it’s creamy and smooth. If you like key lime pie, then you’ll like this.
Unlike many other varieties of fruit on the bottom yogurts, there are actual, discernable chunks of apricot in this yogurt. It’s not pureed. I’m not sure if they’re dried or undried pieces of apricot though. They taste dried. If you haven’t had dried apricots before, they taste like fruitier raisins. It tastes like that. In any case, it’s a decent cup of sweetened, raison-esque yogurt. I’d suggest actually having some apricots before trying this, just so you know what your in for.
The name of this yogurt is a little confusing. It’s vanilla yogurt with chocolate chips in it, not vanilla and chocolate blended together. It’s still pretty good, but a little crunchy. I’m not sure I’d get this again because if I wanted something like this, I’d just go get some mint chocolate chip ice cream instead of chocolate chips in yogurt. It feels like Chobani actually wants to be an ice cream company instead of a yogurt company because all their yogurt flavors would make much better ice. Maybe they should make frozen yogurt.