I actually tried three new "Sakura flavor" foods of "Princip" sold at "Starbucks Reserve Roastery Tokyo", "Starbucks Reserve Store Ginza Maronie Dori", and "Princip Daikanyama T-SITE". !!
"Principe" is an Italian bakery that opened its first store in Japan at "Starbucks Reserve Roastery Tokyo" in February 2019. As a bakery where you can enjoy "handicrafts of craftsmen", "stickiness to the real thing", and "experience to taste with all five senses", we have provided the taste and food culture of authentic Italy. This time, with respect for Japanese culture, "Sakura" food, which has been loved as the heart of Japanese people since ancient times and focuses on "Sakura", which is a symbol of spring, will be introduced.
・ Cornetti Sakura
The cherry flavor of the Italian croissant "Cornetti" "Cornetti Sakura". The sweetness of Sakura powder sprinkled on Cornetti, which allows you to enjoy the fragrant flavor and texture, brings spring to your mouth. The dough is crispy and very airy. Deliciousness that seems to be eaten endlessly! Inside is a rich custard cream. The bright red lines are drawn with sweet and sour strawberry sauce. The price is 380 yen (excluding tax, the same applies below).
・ Maritozzo Sakura
"Maritozzo Sakura" is a combination of the popular shoe confectionery "Maritozzo" in Italy and Sakura. Custard cream, strawberry sauce, strawberry mousse, and sakura cream are layered inside the crispy choux pastry. Accented with salted sakura toppings. The price is 540 yen.
・ Mini Panettone Sakura
"Mini Panettone Sakura" is a combination of traditional Italian fermented confectionery "Panettone" and Sakura. In addition to the moist and dense panettone dough, the "mascarpone tea cream" that comes with eat-in is exquisite! It is also recommended to enjoy it with tea ♪ The price is 680 yen.
En-eating editorial department recommends the crispy and fragrant "Cornetti Sakura". The charm of Cornetti and the gorgeous taste of Sakura are well combined. In addition, the colorful salad "Bianchetti & Sakura" is also on sale at the same time. Why don't you check out the Sakura menu you care about?