Toraya's cafe format "Toraya Cafe". It is a shop where you can enjoy Japanese and Western sweets with eat-in and take-out. Currently, we are developing actual stores and online shops in Ginza, Aoyama, Kita-Aoyama, and Shinjuku.
This time, we will introduce 3 kinds of cakes that are a combination of an and chocolate sold here. In particular, the fondant chocolate, which is listed as a signboard product, is excellent! This is a must-check item for both those who like chocolate and those who like chocolate. * Not available at the Ginza store
Toraya Cafe chocolate baked goods
Azuki and cacao gateauSmall 432 yen / Regular 2,376 yen
A chocolate cake made by combining red bean paste, red bean paste, and chocolate. Flavored with rum and peanut paste.
The moist and fluffy mouthfeel is due to the meringue. You can feel the rich flavors of azuki and chocolate. Adult taste that is not too sweet.
Azuki and cacao fondantSmall 486 yen / Regular 2,808 yen
Chocolate cake baked with red bean paste, red bean paste and chocolate. The accent is scented with cinnamon and port wine.
When you put it in your mouth, the tightly condensed sweetness slowly melts onto your tongue. It's more like a terrine than a cake. Both an and chocolate are rich and well-balanced.
White bean paste and yuzu cakeSmall 432 yen / Regular 2,592 yen
A winter limited item on sale from December 6th. It is baked with white bean paste and yuzu.
A dish where you can enjoy the refreshing scent of yuzu, the moist and fluffy mouthfeel, and the sweetness of white bean paste. The slight bitterness of the occasionally bleeding yuzu peel is a nice accent.
The chocolate feeling is weaker than the top two. It plays a behind-the-scenes role in adding flavor and richness.
This time, I tried all small sizes, but regular sizes and assortments suitable for gifts are also available. The slightly unusual taste should be appreciated by those who like sweets and have already tried Japanese and Western sweets! Items other than limited-time items can also be purchased at the online shop.