Following on from the previously introduced " Tea chocolate that tastes the ingredients of Seijo Ishii ," this time we will review the chocolates recommended for coffee lovers. I tried "Narujo Ishii raw coffee chocolate (Costa Rica coffee x Venezuelan cacao)".
Narujo Ishii Ingredients as they are Coffee chocolate (Costa Rica coffee x Venezuelan cacao)Chocolate that you can enjoy the ingredients not only in taste but also in aroma and texture. A combination of well-balanced sour Costa Rican coffee beans (30% in coffee beans) and Venezuelan cocoa (25% in cocoa mass) chocolate with a nutty flavor. No fragrance is used.
The price is 990 yen (excluding tax). The content was 180g (6.35oz) (including individual packaging), and 35 pieces were contained in one bag. It's individually wrapped, so I'm glad that you can eat it a little when you're hungry.
Bite-sized chocolate has a smooth finish that melts with the heat of the mouth. Finely crushed coffee beans are contained in the center, and when chewed, it crushes crisply and lightly. The mild sweetness strongly insists on the richness of coffee and cacao. The bitterness spreads slowly over the aftertaste, leaving a deep finish. The scent that goes through your nose softly like when you drank coffee is also rich.
"Coffee chocolate as it is" also has a lineup of "Coffee chocolate as it is (Ethiopian coffee x Ecuadorian cacao)". This is a combination of soft sour coffee and floral scented chocolate. It is also good to eat and compare the two and enjoy the individuality of coffee beans and cacao.