Confectionery Masatsune Suzuya "Tapidora"

Along with the tapioca boom, various tapioca drinks and sweets have been released to the world, but you don't see many tapioca-based Japanese sweets, right? Meanwhile, I found a product called "Tapidora" at a supermarket, so I bought that spirit!

Confectionery Masatsune Suzuya "Tapidora"
What kind of taste is Tapi?

Dorayaki with the image of tapioca milk tea sold by Kyoto confectioner "Suzuya Shokei". The dough is baked using Wasanbon sugar and wheat from Mie prefecture. The bean paste sandwiched inside is "black tea bean paste" that is kneaded with fragrant Earl Gray tea and Hokkaido milk. Black tapioca is also included in the bean paste.

Confectionery Masatsune Suzuya "Tapidora"
Contains black tapioca

When you break it, it has a slightly light brown color. This is black tea bean paste ...

When you bite into it, the dough is soft and moist. Is it the usual dorayaki? Immediately, the refreshing aroma and mellow sweetness of milk tea spread. Mysterious deliciousness!

Confectionery Masatsune Suzuya "Tapidora"

And the one that hits the teeth is tapioca, which is very elastic. It's a konjac type and it's not very chewy, but I'm happy because it contains more than I expected. This is pretty delicious ...!

You may have different tastes, but I personally don't dislike it. These tapioca gave me the unexpected discovery that the combination of Japanese sweets and tapioca is an ant, and the courage to try everything.