Spring is the season I can't wait for. "Sakura-flavored" products are starting to line up in supermarkets one after another.
Meanwhile, the editorial department paid attention to KALDI and MUJI's baked confectionery "Sakura Cream Sand"! I ate and compared these two similar ones.
Eat and compare the cherry leaf cream sandwiched with biscuits using fresh butter, KALDI's "Biscuit Sandwich Sakura" (183 yen including tax), and the MUJI "Sakura Cream Sandwich Cookie" sandwiched between cherry leaf cream. (120 yen for the same). Both are topped with salted cherry blossoms.
KALDI biscuits are crunchy and crunchy. The butter is fragrant, and the smooth cream that spreads on the tongue has an elegant scent of cherry blossoms. The crispy salted cherry blossoms are salty and have a nice accent.
On the other hand, MUJI is a cookie with a refreshing margarine scent. It has a softer mouthfeel than KALDI. The fluffy cream sticks out when you bite it, and the cherry blossom flavor and overall saltiness are a little stronger than KALDI. Also, the salted cherry blossoms are smaller than the KALDI, but they are very salty.
If you want to enjoy the scent of cherry blossoms, MUJI. If you want to enjoy the balance of dough and cream as well as cherry blossoms, KALDI is recommended. By all means for snack time!