Choc Minis come with browns, blues, or blacks. I personally have one with blues. While I like the key feel and the form factor, I find that I miss having the Ins/Del/Home/End/PgUp/PgDn cluster and the numpad (the virtual numpad layer doesn’t quite do it for me). If I had a separate numpad for the left hand, I might be able to use the Choc Mini as my primary keyboard.
As for the feel of browns, I have two keyboards based on brown switches, a Filco Majestouch and a so-called Ricercar SPOS. I wouldn’t say I’m disappointed with them; they just feel different from blues and require a different typing style. There is some degree of tactility but you will need a pretty light touch to feel it; there isn’t the sharp, crisp snap that I associate with the word clicky – hence my warning to persons who are explicitly looking for “that great clicky feel.”