I tried 7-ELEVEN "rich chocolate cake". A cup dessert made by stacking various chocolate sweets and placing raw chocolate reminiscent of truffles at the top. It is a dish with an overwhelming amount of calories, with a black, glossy and sweet scent.
The selling price is 300 yen (tax included), and each calorie is 669 kcal. A little less than a bowl of beef. However, it is delicious enough to reward the amount of energy intake.
A structure in which chocolate whipped cream is squeezed on chocolate, cocoa sponge, and chocolate mousse with a mellow texture, and raw chocolate is placed on top. The top square pavé chocolate is made hard, but as it melts on your tongue, its deep sweetness and bitterness spread throughout your mouth.
The chocolate whipped cream with black chocolate sauce has a soft mouthfeel and a slightly suppressed cacao scent. However, with a thick aftertaste, I feel a sign of calories here as well.
The darker chocolate mousse has a stronger cocoa odor than whipped cream, as it looks, with increased sweetness and bitterness. If you advance the spoon to the cocoa sponge and the chocolate underneath it, it will become sweeter, more bitter, and more fragile.
Ease of eating that makes you want to flatten the contents of a cup that is not so big while having a rich taste. It's well worth trying even without lunch.