I tried Seven-Eleven's original sweet "Zunda and Shiratama Parfait". It is a dish that you can feel the "beans" from top to bottom.
The selling price is 300 yen (tax included) and the calories are 277 kcal. A parfait where you can enjoy the grain and flavor of zunda beans. The top is colorfully decorated with white balls, black beans, and zunda whipped beans, and a green zunda bean paste that retains the texture of beans is laid just below, and a fluffy white whipped bean paste is sandwiched between them, and the bottom is smooth. It is packed with zunda pudding.
The black beans are plump and sweet, and when chewed, the unique scent also tickles the nose. Shiratama is soft and fresh, with a hint of sweetness. Not only the colors but also the texture and flavor are in good contrast.
Zunda whipped cream has a gentle bean scent, but crushed bean paste has a richer "bean paste" and a clear personality that makes people who like zunda mochi happy. I will.
Even so, in combination with the light whip under the zunda bean paste, we have devised a way to soften the habit so that it does not become too tight, and when you enjoy the gentle zunda pudding at the end, the aftertaste is soft and gentle.
While it is made so that you can enjoy the zunda, it gives the impression that it is well finished as a Western confectionery. If you want to combine drinks, we recommend coffee and black tea as well as green tea and roasted green tea.