The uniquely tasting, hard to describe, not hard not soft, feel weird in your mouth candies are back! And the surprisingly sweet taste of the red bean will entertain your mouth as it tries to decide exactly what a mocha ball is.
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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, red bean paste, glutinous rice powder, sugar, potato powder, fd&c red #40, 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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What can I say about mochi? If you've never had it before you just have to try it at least 5 times to work how it tastes and feels through your senses. I really don't think we have anything that can be compared to it in the U.S so the above item description is about as good as your going to get. However, the red bean filling is not sweet at all. I had to bite it in half to make sure it really had filling in it. If you've never had something with red bean paste in it don't let this give you the wrong impression of it. This is not the best flavor they have. I've only other had the brown sugar which is sweeter and I intend to try all their flavors.
Sunday Jun 24 2012 08:51
"Surprisingly sweet" is an overstatement; I find the beans to be hardly sweet at all, resulting in a ball which tastes exactly like it sounds: rice filled with beans. The mochi texture is nice, but there are better flavors here.
Monday Dec 26 2011 22:37
Can't much understand the nutritional carb info on the packaging, but these are AWESOME! I hope this item will remain available through this website!
Tuesday Jan 04 2011 10:00
Glad I could find foods I couldn't normally eat, but the shipping price is ridiculous so I won't be buying much. I wouldn't order online if there were a real Asian food store in my area.