LAWSON STORE100 "Gugelhupf" Three varieties of "Gugelhupf," a sweet bread loved in Germany, France, Austria, and other countries, will be available at LAWSON STORE100 on Wednesday, February 22. The price is 119 yen (including tax).
Gugelhupf"Gugelhupf" is a sweet bread baked in a conical "Kugelhupf" mold with a hole in the center. The unusual name comes from the German word "Gugel" which means crown, and "Gugelhupf" means crown. Gugel" means crown and "Hupf" means yeast, and it is said that the name was given because it looks like a monk's hat.
In France, it is also known as "Kugloff. It is also known as the favorite pastry of Queen Marie Antoinette of France.
LAWSON STORE100's original "Gugelhupf" is a palm-sized pastry baked into an 11cm diameter and 3.5cm high. It can be enjoyed alone as a slightly indulgent snack or cut into pieces to share.
Gugelhupf MilkA rich milk cream made with condensed milk is squeezed over a moist sponge cake. The taste is orthodox and gentle.
ChocolateChocolate flavored sponge cake with chocolate whipped cream. The moist texture and the aroma of chocolate will fill your mouth.
CoffeeA sponge cake with a rich coffee flavor, filled with a rich milky cream made with condensed milk. The coffee and milk cream are a perfect match, making it the perfect teatime treat.
The products listed above are original LAWSON STORE100 products. Not sold at LAWSON and NATURAL LAWSON.
Tax-included prices listed are based on the reduced tax rate. Standard tax rate (10%) applies to eat-in customers.
Product lineup varies by area and store.
Specifications may vary by area.