Morihiko's Cafe Au Lait" - deep roasted Ethiopian Yirgacheffe mocha, supervised by Morihiko, with the bean's natural sweetness and lingering taste.
Toyo Beverage is selling "Morihiko's Cafe au Lait" supervised by Atelier Morihiko in Hokkaido first. Supervised by coffee shop Morihiko.
Morihiko's Cafe au Lait
by Morihiko Toyo Beverage is selling "Morihiko's Cafe au Lait" supervised by Atelier Morihiko in Hokkaido in advance. It will go on sale at convenience stores nationwide on April 4, and will be sequentially released at other mass merchandisers from April 11. The product is 220 ml in volume and is priced at 183 yen (excluding tax).
Morihiko's Café au Lait
is a four-minute walk from Maruyama Koen Station in Sapporo, Hokkaido. Morihiko's Cafe au Lait" supervised by "Morihiko," a small coffee shop that attracts coffee lovers from all over the country and has a steady stream of repeat customers, will go on sale. The coffee is deep-roasted Ethiopian Yirgacheffe mocha, which is extremely popular among coffee lovers around the world for its "top quality. The slow-roasted coffee has a gorgeous, deep fruity aroma and a lingering taste with the bean's natural sweetness. Enjoy an elegant moment with a cup of coffee made with the utmost care.
is a coffee bean produced in the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, which is said to be the birthplace of coffee. The Yirgacheffe region is known as the highest coffee-growing area in Ethiopia, where the conditions for growing high-quality coffee beans are perfect. It is characterized by a fresh and floral flavor with a distinct acidity and fruity aroma.