Discovered "Masayasu Jack Soy Taiwan Soymilk" at KALDI Coffee Farm. I was wondering if the taste was different from Japan, so I drank it.
"Masayasu Jack Soy Taiwan Soymilk" is a modified soymilk made from soybeans (made in Taiwan, not genetically modified) and sugar. It comes in a plastic bottle that can be stored at room temperature. The content is 330 ml and the price is 138 yen (tax included).
When you remove the cap, a silver inner lid appears. Insert the protruding part of the cap into the edge of the inner lid and turn it along the edge to open the inner lid.
Cream-colored soymilk has a mellow taste that is tightly packed with the taste of soybeans. You can feel the texture like Yuba in the smooth mouth. The sweetness is slightly attached. It does not have the odor peculiar to soybeans, but the aroma remains on the tongue for a long time even after swallowing. I wonder if there is not much difference in taste compared to general Japanese soymilk.
It can be stored at room temperature, but it is recommended to cool it before drinking. You can drink it as it is, or you can use it for a wide range of arrangements such as soy latte by taking advantage of its simple taste. It seems to be useful when making Taiwanese sweets such as "Douhua".