Seven-Eleven "Moist Langdosha Ice"

Have you eaten the "Moist Langdosha Ice" sold at Seven-Eleven (excluding some areas and stores)? It is a product jointly developed by Yoku Moku and Seven & i.

Seven-Eleven "Moist Langdosha Ice"

The ice cream is palm-sized and the price is 203 yen (tax included). You are hesitant to buy it because it is not stupid but not cheap. It's okay, it's delicious, so it's worth buying!

● Tasting review

Sandwich ice cream with plenty of vanilla ice cream sandwiched between thin cookie cat tongue. The langue de chat dough is baked with butter to give it a fragrant flavor.

Seven-Eleven "Moist Langdosha Ice"

Seven-Eleven "Moist Langdosha Ice"

I remember the thickness of this volumey vanilla ice cream and the raw dorayaki of Seven-Eleven.

When I grabbed it, the cat tongue was insanely moist than I had imagined! It melts in your mouth and gives off the scent of butter. When mixed with the melting vanilla ice cream in your mouth, it has a luxurious taste like a cake.

Seven-Eleven "Moist Langdosha Ice"
Moist cat tongue and vanilla ice cream go well together!

But if you want, I wonder if it's okay to have a little more presence of cat tongue. To increase the thickness and give it a texture. The taste is solid, but the dough and ice cream are good to melt in the mouth, so if you eat it when you have a maximum appetite, it may be a little unsatisfactory in terms of volume.

But it's great when you want something a little sweet. The calorie per piece is modest at 115kcal, so even if you eat it for a midnight snack, you will not feel guilty!