Burger King "Watashi no Matcha Pie"

Burger King "Wat

akushi no Matcha Pie" Burger King will release "Watakushi no Matcha Pie" from the "Watakushi" dessert series, which adults can also enjoy, on Friday, March 31 for a limited one-week trial price of 220 yen.


Dessert Series

Burger King is developing the "Watakuno" dessert series with the theme of deliciousness that adults can also enjoy. Watakushi no Matcha Pie," which was very popular last year and uses Uji green tea from Morihan, a long-established tea brand in Kyoto that has been in business for more than 180 years, is now available for a limited time.

Watakushi no Matcha


: "Morihan's Uji green tea is used in both the green tea cream and the pie crust to create a dessert that will satisfy even the most mature taste buds. The smooth matcha cream, with its elegant sweetness and moderate bitterness, is wrapped in a crispy matcha pie crust, and the cream is sprinkled with Hokkaido adzuki beans as an accent.

Burger King "Watashi no Matcha Pie"

In order to encourage more people to try the taste of "Watakushi no matcha pie," it will be available for one week only from March 31 (Fri.) to April 6 (Thu.) at a discounted price of 220 yen, 20 yen less than the regular price.

The product will not be available at some stores.
* Sales hours vary by store.
Sales may be temporarily suspended depending on store conditions.
All prices include tax.
* Product design and prices may change without prior notice.

Long-established tea shop "Morihan"

Morihan is the tea brand of Kyoei Seicha Corporation, founded in 1836. Morihan's products have earned a reputation for safe, reliable quality and are not only sold domestically but also exported overseas.

Long-established tea brand "Morihan

What we value most is our commitment to quality backed by our long history and the inheritance of tea culture. We are still carrying on this spirit and making various green tea products. We have created many new products such as tea leaves, powdered products such as matcha, tea bags, and matcha sweets, while maintaining the importance of traditional products.