The uniquely tasting, hard to describe, not hard not soft, feel weird in your mouth candies are back! This time flavored with the subtly sweet taste of green tea. And with a texture that can only be described as a mochi ball, you know there can be no impostors.
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NUTRITION FACTS Serving Size: 3.53 oz (100 g) Servings per Container: 3 Net wt. 10.5 oz (300 g)
INGREDIENTS Maltose, green tea paste, glutinous rice powder, sugar, potato powder, fd&c blue #1, fd&c yellow #5, sorbic acid under 5/10000 sulphite.
Product of Taiwan
Percent Daily Values (DV) are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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i thought i wasn't gonna like then but the flavor of the green tea is really good...you just have to get use to feel of it
Tuesday Feb 25 2014 17:37
I did not care for these at all. The consistency was not bad. I wasn't a fan of the flavor. Don't let that stop you from trying them out though, my sister loves them.
Saturday Aug 18 2012 22:45
I was never a big fan of mochi until I ordered these and I have to say that it's definitely growing on me! I love the soft, chewy outside in combination with the sweet, pasty filling. Tastes like sweet Japanese green tea! I love that they are not TOO sweet, they're just right. Fun snack to take on the go.
Monday Dec 26 2011 22:38
YUMMY! It's hard to say which I like better, but I bought these and the Red Bean ones. Both are very soft with a wonderfully tasty center!
Monday Oct 24 2011 12:32
Be sure to try this when they have it back in stock! The best prepackaged green tea mochi I've ever tasted.