Daifuku Mochi with azuki filling and condensed milk 360g
Royal Family red beans mochi cream
Traditionally, mochi もち is a Japanese pastry made from glutinous rice filled with a paste of cooked and sweetened azukis Anko: the glutinous rice is steamed and then pounded into a soft paste that is also called mochi.
Since 1922, Royal Family has been producing mochi in Taiwan according to the artisanal and ancestral know-how derived from Japanese pastry chefs: it offers a complete range of mochi with traditional and original flavours.
Daifuku have the particularity of being big dai ? and soft as can be: these offer you the sweetness of condensed milk at the heart!
Natural, these 8 large Azuki Kurimu Daifuku Tsubuan Iri?????-????????? mochis are filled with azuki red bean paste for an indulgent treat...Japanese style.
- 360g (8x45g)
- Packing material
- Plastic bag
- Store in a cool, dry place away from light
- Shelf life after opening
- To be consumed quickly after opening
|Energy kcal||308 Kcal|