Lotte's "Pai no Mi [Crème Brulee]"
Shiny pie nuts with increased sugar

I tried Lotte's "Pai no Mi [Crème Brulee]" that I saw at a convenience store. It's a slightly dangerous snack that doesn't stop when you start picking it.

Lotte's "Pai no Mi [Crème Brulee]"
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Lotte's "Pai no Mi [Crème Brulee]"
There are some detailed settings on the back of the lid

Lotte's "Pai no Mi [Crème Brulee]"
Opened!

Lotte's "Pai no Mi [Crème Brulee]"
It's packed tightly

The selling price at the convenience store was 162 yen (tax included). Calories are 380 kcal per box. It is a new flavor that increases the amount of sugar on the surface of the pie by 20% and reproduces the crispy texture like caramel that covers the surface of the Western confectionery "Crème Brulee". Unlike the regular version of the pie nuts, the chocolate inside is white and has a custard flavor with a bittersweet caramel.

Lotte's "Pai no Mi [Crème Brulee]"
The chocolate inside is white. Caramelized custard flavor

Whether or not plenty of sugar is similar to creme brulee, there is no doubt that the texture that makes a crispy sound and crumbles with a light chew is fun. The 64-layer dough, which is characteristic of pie nuts, is also fragile and easily crumbles when you raise your teeth. It melts and disappears in your mouth immediately, so you can reach for the next one. If you enjoy it during snack time, the ice cafe latte seems to be a good drink.