Komeda Kohi”Amazake no Reamusu”
This is an introduction to “Madoka” from “Amazake no Reamusu” from “Komeda Kohi(Komeda)”.
This is an introduction to the amazake cake sold at Komeda, a Japanese coffee shop.
“Komeda Kohi” is written in Roman letters.”Kohi” is coffee.
It is widely listed as a seasonal dessert on the menu.
It is written as seasonal “Amazake no Reamusu”.
The menu says “Amazake cake with a refreshing rare cheese flavor using sake lees”.
As a note, “Because it uses sake lees, it contains alcohol. Please refrain from children, those who are vulnerable to alcohol, and when driving. There is.
Since its establishment in 1968, it has been providing a “relaxing place” in the center of Nagoya, Japan, where the tea culture is deeply rooted, with the creed “From the heart of valuing coffee”.
Impressions of eating “Amazake no Reamusu”
I ordered hot coffee and “Madoka” of “Amazake no Reamusu”.
Above is raspberry and strawberry jelly and the cake is very gorgeous.
And when viewed from the side, it is fluffy.
If you look closely, “Amazake no Reamusu” has three layers.
|Top layer||Raspberry and strawberry jelly|
|Middle layer||Rare cheese-flavored mousse made from sake lees|
Click here for a list of Komeda Kohi(Komeda) stores.