Chateraise "Gorgonzola Cheesecake
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weets Check out all the new sweets sold by Chateraise! Gorgonzola Cheesecake", "Friand Chocolat Sand Pie Cherry & Toyomitsuhime (fig)", and "Kumamoto Gold Sweet Baked Sweet Potato Pie".



: A baked cheesecake sprinkled with Italian Gorgonzola cheese and served with a dropper of honey sauce, this cake combines salty and sweet flavors for adults.

The baked cheesecake is made with a rich, rich, smooth-tasting cheese called piccante, which is one of the Gorgonzola cheeses with a tangy blue mold flavor, and topped with a crunchy crumble. The mildly sweet honey sauce in the dropper enhances the taste of the cheese. Priced at 430 yen (excluding tax). This product is available only at stores holding the Autumn Fair.

Chateraise "Gorgonzola Cheesecake


Chocolat Sandwich Pie Cherry & Toyomitsuhime (fig

) "Friand dough" means "favorite and delicious. Friand chocolat dough is moist and fluffy with the addition of almond pudding and chocolate. Inside is a crispy pie crust coated with sweet chocolate and sandwiched with sweet and sour "cherry sauce" and "Toyomitsuhime (fig) sauce.

One bite and you can enjoy the moist and crunchy taste at the same time. This is a special chocolate candy that allows you to taste "almond dough + pie + cherry sauce + Toyomitsuhime (fig) sauce" all in one bite. Price: 120 yen.

Chateraise "Friand Chocolat Sand Pie Cherry & Toyomitsuhime (fig)

Kumamoto Gold Sweet Baked Sweet Potato Pie

The rich red bean paste made from "Gold Sweet," a brand of sweet potatoes carefully grown in the land of Aso Nishihara Village, Kumamoto Prefecture, is wrapped in a pie crust made with almond pastry that gives it a rich flavor. This pie pastry is designed to resemble the shape of a lumpy sweet potato. The sticky, university-style sweet potato filling has a sharp sweetness, made possible by the secret ingredient of imo-jochu (sweet potato shochu). The price is 100 yen.

Chateraise "Kumamoto Gold Sweet Baked Sweet Potato Pie".