Godeiba”Shokorikisa Koji to Howaitochokoreto”
GODIVA’s “Shokorikisa Koji to Howaitochokoreto” is introduced.
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“Godeiba” is the romanization for GODIVA, a chocolate specialty store.
The company manufactures and sells chocolate, ice cream, beverages, and baked goods.
What is “Shokorikisa”?
This is an original drink in a cup sold at Godiva Japan.
The drink released this time was GODIVA Japan’s 50th anniversary, so there was a big sign in front of the store.
|Regular size||About9.52 oz / 270 ml(5.13 $ / 690 yen (tax included))|
|Large size||About12.34 oz / 350 ml(5.88 $ / 790 yen (tax included))|
Impressions of drinking “Shokorikisa Koji to Howaitochokoreto”
This time I ordered the regular size.
When I take off the lid of the cup, a generous amount of fluffy, pure white, snow-like whipped cream catches my eye.
If I look closely at the whipped cream, I can see a slight yellow powder and a piece of candy about the size of a grain of rice on top.
This powder is ginger powder, and the treats, which are about the size of a grain of rice, are crispy rice puffs made from Japanese glutinous rice.
The cream on top is light and gentle.
The crispy texture of the rice grain pastry and the fluffy texture of the whipped cream are interesting.
When I look at the cup from the side, it is hard to tell because there is only a slight difference, but it is made up of three layers.
|First layer||Fresh cream|
|Second layer||Vanilla ice cream|
|Third layer||Marukome’s Koji amazake|
When I mix the contents of the cup well, the fresh cream, vanilla ice cream, and koji amazake are mixed together in perfect balance.
Click here for a list of “Godeiba(GODIVA)” stores.