Here are some of the new arrivals that will be sold sequentially at 7-ELEVEN stores from March 29. The lineup of nine items of note are shown here. Availability may vary by region and store.
Pierre Hermé Signature Pudding CaramelWorld-renowned pastry chef Pierre Hermé created this new product for 7-Eleven. The caramel sauce is layered with pudding and jelly to create a sweet treat that offers different degrees of firmness and sweetness. The price is 310 yen (334.80 yen including tax).
Ito Kyuemon supervised cherry blossom and green tea anmitsuAnmitsu made with Ito Kuemon's matcha green tea. It is colorfully decorated with matcha agar, grains of sweet bean paste, shiratama (white bean curd), whipped cherry blossom, mikan (mandarin orange), and cherry blossoms. Priced at 340 yen (367.20 yen including tax), it will go on sale sequentially after March 30.
Melt-in-your-mouth melt-in-your-mouth apricot jellySmooth, melt-in-your-mouth apricot jelly. The refreshing flavor of apricot bean curd spreads through the flavor. Priced at 140 yen (151.20 yen including tax), it will go on sale sequentially from March 30.
Double Cream Custard & Whipped PuffsA mouth-watering puff pastry filled with custard cream and whipped cream. Due to the rising cost of ingredients, the price will be changed from 140 yen to 148 yen excluding tax.
The list of newly arrived ice cream items to be sold sequentially is as follows
7 Premium Strawberry condensed milk ice 138 yen (149.04 yen including tax)
Meiji Essel Choco Cookie 140 yen (151.20 yen including tax)
Akagi Black 70 yen (75.60 yen including tax)
Meiji Bulgaria Yogurt Dessert 140 yen (151.20 yen including tax)
Akagi Nibbled butter ice cream multi 350 yen (378 yen including tax)