Japanese Chocolates

Days before my diet starts I indulge in Japanese chocolates, hmmm. I know you're thinking why not Belgian or Swiss chocolates, right? Well, Japanese are all I got, so I enjoyed them immensely.

Aside from chocolates I love berries too especially strawberries. So when I saw Berries A La Mode on the stand I have to try it. It has strawberries, raspberries, blueberries and something else I forgot. Anyway I was abit disappointed coz I could tell which one is which! I thought that they were arrange by column or by row but they are not! They all look the same it has creme center and on top of the center there is a dab of flavoring that is so subdue it lacks the berry punch! An utter disappointment :(

Crunchy as the name suggest its full of rice crispies also known as pinipig here in Manila. Its a rather thin milk chocolate bar with a nice crunch in every bite. Yummy!!!

When I first broke the bar in half. I thought that the rice crispies aren't enough but when I looked at the back WOW! look at all those crunch! (picture at the bottom)

Last but not the least the Bittersweet chocolate named Dars (first picture in the middle), of all the three chocolate bars that I purchased this is my favourite, it has this nice silky texture it was sooooo good that I forgot to take some photos! Maybe after my diet, I'll get to eat another and show you some photos. :)


I'm a nine to five pencil pusher who loves to play with flour and paper during my free time. Dreams of going to Europe and eat croissants and make pastries all day long!

1 comment:

  1. I've tried Crunky before since I got curious when Cecille Zamora strongly recommended it. That was 2-3 years ago and I haven't had a bit of it since. The dark chocolate is really tempting, I'm a sucker for bittersweet, semisweet and dark chocolate.