Hokkaido chocolate maker "ROYCE'". The chocolate bar and pistachio chocolate I introduced earlier were very delicious, so I also tried the popular raw chocolate. It is a quality that does not disappoint.
A lineup of various flavors such as white, matcha, and bitter, including the masterpiece ole of raw chocolate. This time, we chose "Strawberry Champagne", "Ira Whiskey (Port Charlotte)" and "Rare Cheesecake".
◆ Strawberry champagneRaw chocolate with the image of strawberry-scented champagne. Strawberry powder, champagne Pierre Mignon and strawberry liqueur are blended with chocolate. The price is 821 yen (tax included, same below).
A superb mouthfeel that melts just by placing it on your tongue. The deep richness spreads smoothly. The scent of strawberry is soft afterwards. A refreshing acidity is felt in the rich sweetness, and the gorgeous aftertaste is just like when you drank champagne.
◆ Islay whiskeyA single malt "Port Charlotte Scottish Burley" from Bruichladdich Distillery, Islay, Scotland, blended with milk chocolate. The price is 821 yen.
"Port Charlotte Scottish Burley" is a single malt whiskey with a smoky scent. A slightly smoky scent that follows the mellow sweetness of milk chocolate. Although it is elegant, the lingering sound remains firmly. Adult fun to immerse yourself in a deep taste.
◆ Rare cheesecakeRaw chocolate inspired by rare cheesecake. White chocolate blended with cream cheese from Tokachi, Hokkaido is combined with Gouda cheese powder, lemon puree, and cherry liquor. The price is 778 yen.
The main ingredient is the rich flavor of white chocolate and cheese. You can feel the refreshing scent of lemon in the mellow sweetness. Recommended for those who say "a little too sweet white chocolate ...". Western liquor is used, but the flavor of liquor is modest among the three types I ate this time.
All of them are not so much a snack during the day, but a luxurious taste that you want to taste one by one during the relaxing time at night. The sweet and melty raw chocolate seems to heal your daily fatigue.