A limited number of stick-type subdivided chocolates were released in late December by the Belgian luxury chocolate brand "Godiva". Handled at FamilyMart, Lawson, Poplar, etc. nationwide.
Five stick-type chocolates individually wrapped in a smart thin box. Divided into 6 blocks, it is suitable for tasting slowly in small portions.
The lineup consists of three types: milk chocolate, 72% cacao, and blood orange. The price is 378 yen each (tax included).
Milk chocolate has a rich milk flavor like caramel. The smooth mouthfeel is also impressive.
72% cacao is rich and smooth. It has a bittersweet taste that complements the richness of cacao. It's a high cacao chocolate that I've come to see a lot these days, but I still have the impression that it's fragrant and well-balanced. it's delicious.
Blood oranges have a crispy peel texture and you can enjoy the sweet and sour taste of blood oranges. A luxurious tailoring that is more gorgeous than ordinary oranges and has a juicy aftertaste. It may be unusual for oranges to be pushed so far with peels. Chocolat Orange lovers are worth a try.
Now is the time to get even busier towards the end of the year after Christmas. Why don't you put a little rich chocolate in your pocket and use it to relax in your spare time?