I tried 7-ELEVEN's "Uji Matcha and Strawberry Parfait". Strawberry red, matcha green, shiratama and whipped white are gorgeous Japanese sweets.
The selling price is 300 yen (tax included) and the calories are 237 kcal. A parfait where you can enjoy the moderately bitter taste of Uji matcha and the sweet and sour strawberries.
Sweets in a cup featuring bright colors. When you open the lid, it is packed with matcha whipped cream, white bean paste, red bean paste, and a sauce reminiscent of strawberry confiture.
When you scoop up and taste each one, the matcha whipped cream has a gentle bitterness and a fragrant scent, the bean paste has a firm azuki bean flavor, and the white balls have an elastic and pleasant texture. The strawberry sauce is sweet and sour, and each has a lively tongue.
Snow-white whipped cream is squeezed under the toppings, and as you dig, you'll hit a layer of light pink strawberry mousse. This is also a sweet and sour flavor. Matcha jelly is at the bottom, and it has a smooth and smooth texture.
If you eat strawberry and matcha alternately, you will never get tired of it. It has both Japanese and Western atmospheres, but if you want to make it stronger, Japanese tea is recommended as a drink.