Four types of Marron sweets limited to FamilyMart have appeared at once, so I tried it. "Chestnut roll cake" "Chestnut baumkuchen" "Chestnut pound cake" "Chestnut bean paste with rich flavor".
The bean paste was in the baked sweets corner along with Japanese sweets. All of them come in autumn-like packages and are pleasing to the eyes.
Chestnut roll cake
The price of chestnut roll cake is 160 yen (tax included, the same applies below), and the calories are 322 kcal. Italian marron paste is used for the cream, and you can enjoy the taste like Mont Blanc.
The marron flavor is mild and the dough is moist. The cream caught inside is also familiar. A dish that can be cut little by little, or can be enjoyed as a whole.
Chestnut Baumkuchen costs 150 yen and has 315 kcal calories. A cake with a moist texture made by kneading Italian marron paste into the dough.
The chestnut flavor is still subdued and not very assertive. It has a beautiful annual ring-shaped pattern, which makes it fun to cut and look at, and you can also feel the texture of the tongue.
Chestnut pound cake
Chestnut pound cake costs 130 yen and has 310 calories. A thick-sliced dish made by kneading Italian marron paste into the dough. The marble pattern is colorful.
It has a moderate sweet scent of chestnuts, and the dough is moist and heavy. It's delicious, so it might be a good idea to have a light lunch.
Flavorful chestnut bean paste
Chestnut bean paste costs 150 yen and has 203 calories. A Western-style pie made by wrapping white bean paste with chestnut paste in pie crust.
The white bean paste underneath the thin layers of dough has a gentle marron scent, and it also contains crushed chestnuts, so you can enjoy the texture.
The three types of cakes, roll, baum, and pound cake, taste good with coffee or tea if you have a drink, but if anything, coffee with plenty of milk is recommended. The bean paste is a mix of Japanese and Western styles, but it might be nice to have a roasted green tea latte. By the way, if you want to buy one of the four types for the time being, I recommend the bean paste.