Here are some of the newly arrived sweets that will be available at 7-ELEVEN stores starting January 25. Here is the lineup of 11 items to look out for. Availability may vary by region and store.
Melting Raw ChocolateA bite-sized piece of raw chocolate packed in a cup. Made with cream from Hokkaido, it has a rich flavor and a melt-in-your-mouth texture. Priced at 288 yen (311.04 yen including tax), on sale from January 25.
Marituzzo StrawberryMarituzzo is a strawberry-colored brioche bread with orange peel whipped topping. Inside is a sweet and sour strawberry gelée. Priced at 250 yen (270 yen including tax), on sale from January 25.
Hojicha BabaroaBabaroa is made with hojicha. It is served with whipped cream for a smooth texture. Priced at 248 yen (267.84 yen including tax), on sale from January 26.
Moist Choko KasuteraThis is a moist sake-shell. Bittersweet cocoa and chocolate are combined to create a rich flavor. Priced at 198 yen (213.84 yen including tax), on sale from January 26.
7 Premium Fluffy Hand Rolled CakeA roll cake in a size that can be shared. Milk cream made with cream and custard is gently rolled up in a soft and moist dough. Priced at 298 yen (321.84 yen including tax), on sale from January 27.
7 Premium Bittersweet Caramel Cream CroffinA bread sweet made by baking croissant dough into a muffin shape and filling it with a bittersweet caramel cream. Priced at 178 yen (192.24 yen including tax), on sale from January 27.
The following is a list of the newly arrived ice creams that will be sold sequentially.
Akagi Whipped Cream Ice Cream Bar 140 yen (151.20 yen including tax)
Andico Cassata ice cream bar: 178 yen (192.24 yen including tax)
7 Premium Cafelatte chocolate bar: 188 yen (203.04 yen including tax)
Lotte Yukimi Daifuku Kikyo Shingen Mochi 180 yen (194.40 yen including tax)
Morinaga crispy sand caramel 160 yen (172.80 yen including tax)