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Confectionery surprises from Japan

July 5th, 2009  |  Published in Uncategorized  |  4 Comments

I was lucky to recently receive a Japanese care package from Amy who runs the wonderful Pretty Pretty Yum Yum – a sugar-dazed blog full of the colour and hyper-charm of Osaka’s food and fashion scene.

She also sweetly asked me to review some Kitkats that she kindly sent through, so if you’re choc-curious, you can see what I’ve said about the Japanese-only Muscat of Alexandria and Uji Matcha varieties of the snack by clicking here.

And if you haven’t already, you should spend some time lingering around Amy’s great blog. It’s delightful and full of surprises, like falling down the rabbit hole to an artificially flavoured wonderland.

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4 Comments

  1. bowb says:

    salty crunch!

    i saw these in a display of japanese candy at a shopping centre in singapore, and then i said to myself, ah yes, i will find these at another japanese supermarket on another day. and then i never did. πŸ™

    how is it? salty? crunchy?

  2. Anonymous says:

    When i was in japan, my friends told me to stop eating so much ice cream haha BUT you ant get them here……….

    Sydneyguyrojoe

  3. MissBuckle says:

    So jealous. Need to find myself a japanese mate to send me some treats.

  4. Anonymous says:

    It’s really wonderful. I buy it every weekend. My family like this jummy. Usually I buy it at Feliksa Konditoreja http://www.feliksa-konditoreja.com/

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