Here are three recommended "rusks" that the En-eating editorial department actually tried and enjoyed. KINOKUNIYA "Cheesecake Rusk", Mikado Coffee "Coffee Rusk", Asakusa Rusk "Brown Sugar Fan Rusk". * Click each product name link to jump to the detailed article page.
KINOKUNIYA "Cheesecake Rusk"KINOKUNIYA's " Cheesecake Rusk Plain " is a real food review. A cheesecake made into rusks and sugar-coated to finish.
It is also characteristic that the richness of the cheese spreads softly along with the lips. The sweetness of the sugar coating gradually works, giving it a rich aftertaste. It goes well with black coffee!
Mikado Coffee "Coffee Rusk"I actually tried " Coffee Rusk " sold by "Mikado Coffee", a long-established coffee shop founded in 1948. An original rusk using regular coffee from Mikado Coffee.
It has a crispy, light and fragrant texture when bitten. The sweetness of granulated sugar comes first, followed by the distinct bitterness of coffee. The coffee flavor is stronger than expected! It is a finish that leaves a moderate amount of bitterness in the mouth even after swallowing.
Asakusa Rusk "Brown Sugar Fan Rusk"I actually tried " Brown Sugar Fan Rusk " and "Handbag Mix (Small)" of "Asakusa Rusk" in Asakusa. The most popular is "Brown Sugar Fan Rusk"!
The surface is crispy and the inside is crispy and light. Although it is chewy, it is not too hard and has a comfortable texture. The sweetness of brown sugar, the fragrant flavor of the dough, and the faint taste of butter are combined in a perfect balance.