Ginza Cozy Corner Chocolat Sweets New Brand "Cacao PleaTure"

At the Ginza Cozy Corner, a new brand of chocolate sweets, "Cacao PleaTure," is on sale from early January to around February 14.

Cacao preture

"Cacao PleaTure" has the meaning of Cacao + Pleasing + Couverture (wrapping, covering). It was born from the desire to "enjoy the charm of chocolate brought about by a single grain."

CacaoPleaTure Cacao

A chocolate sort that enjoys the "three flavors" of cacao beans carefully selected from all over the world, which differ depending on the production area. "Venezuelan (72% cacao)" with a nutty aroma and mellow acidity, "Ecuadorian (72% cacao)" with a gorgeous aroma of fruity acidity, rich flavor with the richness and umami of cacao You can enjoy "Ghana (72% cacao)". The price is 648 yen for 6 pieces and 1,296 yen for 12 pieces (tax included, same below).

Ginza Cozy Corner "Cacao PreaTure Cacao"

CacaoPleaTure nuts

Chocolate assortment to enjoy the "five mariage" played by nuts and chocolate. Flavorful "white pistachi" woven by pistachio and white chocolate, "almond crush" that harmonizes the richness of almond and milk chocolate, "almond" that condenses the taste and aroma of almond, "hazelnut" that spreads the scent of roasted nuts , You can enjoy "hazelnut milk" that matches the richness of nuts and chocolate. 648 yen for 5 pieces, 1,296 yen for 10 pieces.

Ginza Cozy Corner "Cacao PreaTure Nuts"

CacaoPreaTure mix

Assorted 3 types of chocolate that you can enjoy different flavors depending on the origin of cacao beans, and 5 types that you can enjoy the mariage of nuts (pistachio, almond, hazelnut) and chocolate. 16 pieces for 1,944 yen.

Ginza Cozy Corner "Cacao PreaTure Mix"

CacaoPreaTure Fondant Chocolat

A fondant chocolate with a rich chocolate sauce in a smooth chocolate dough made from Belgian chocolate with a mellow taste. When heated in the microwave, the chocolate melts and you can enjoy the gorgeous taste. 2 pieces 648 yen, 4 pieces 1,296 yen.

Ginza Cozy Corner "Cacao PreaTure Fondant Chocolat"