Mochi Tai with Coconut & Azuki 210g
Royal Family tai mochi red bean coconut shred
Traditionally, mochi もち is a Japanese pastry made from glutinous rice steamed and then pounded into a soft dough: it is also called daifuku when traditionally filled with red azuki bean paste. At home, mochi names all versions with multiple flavours!
Since 1992, Royal Family has been producing mochi in Taiwan according to the artisanal and ancestral know-how originating from Japanese pastry chefs.
Find all the original Japanese flavours with coconut shavings with the Tai Mochi ??? range:
- Here are 6 delicious RED BEAN mochis filled with anko, a sweet azuki red bean paste.
The mochi can be eaten straight out of the bag, no need to heat them up first or store them in the fridge.
- 210g (6x35g)
- Packing material
- Cardboard box
- Store in a cool, dry place away from light
- Shelf life after opening
- To be consumed quickly after opening
|Energy kcal||313 Kcal|