Daifuku mochi, one of the traditional Japanese confectioneries, is made from round and small mochi rice cakes with a filling of anko (sweet red bean paste). While there are some types of daifuku that have fresh cream filling instead of anko, this product is more irregular in a good way because it also includes fruit juice.
Shine Muscat is a cultivar of white grapes that originates in Japan. Its aroma and sweetness are considered to be premium-class among all of the edible grapes in Japan, and they are easy to eat because their berries are seedless.
The filling of this daifuku is two-layered: a soft whipped cream is wrapped with a white bean paste that also includes Shine Muscat juice. Enjoy the harmony of three different flavors and textures that come from mochi, white anko, and cream.
It is ready to eat as is, but you can further enjoy it by refrigerating it before consumption. It is definitely worth trying!
- Net contents: 9 pieces
- Main ingredients: Muscat anko paste (white bean paste, granulated sugar, reduced starch syrup, muscat juice), whipped cream (veegtable oil, starch syrup, sugar, egg white, starch, condensed milk), starch syrup, sugar, glutinous rice flour, agar agar
- Potential allergens: Milk, egg, soybean
- Note: Store this product away from high temperature and humidity.
- Made in Japan
- SSleepyGatoVerified BuyerI recommend this productRated 5 out of 5 stars3/21/23Mild Creamy Grape Experience
These have such a surprising soft and pillowy texture, not overly chewy like other kinds of mochi I've tried. There is a generous amount of the cream filling and you get the slight hint of the muscat grape flavor. They go well with a nice tea for an afternoon pick-me-up.