From Bourbon's sweets "Paquila", a new flavor "chocolate mint flavor" is on sale for the first time. Mainly handled at convenience stores (Lawson, Ministop, Poplar, Daily Yamazaki), I got it at a nearby Lawson. The purchase price was 124 yen (tax included).
This is very delicious with the addition of a moderate amount of mint to the milk chocolate! Not only everyone in the chocolate mint party, but also chocolate mint beginners should try it because the mint is not too strong and easy to eat.
Paquila chocolate mint flavor is an elongated stick-shaped wafer sandwiched with mint chocolate containing puffs and crunch crepes. There are 6 bottles in one box.
When you bite into it, the fragrant scent of Bourbon's true value (and selfish) wafers disappears, and the refreshing peppermint flavor follows. The slightly hard mint chocolate has crispy puffs and crepes when chewed. It melts slowly and spreads in your mouth with a good balance of mellow sweetness and refreshing mint.
The mint's soothing feeling remains in the mouth, but since mint's claim is not too strong, I wonder if it is easy to eat even for people who are not good at chocolate mint toothpaste.
The Paquila chocolate mint flavor is scheduled to be produced throughout the summer. However, I don't know when the sale will end, so if you want to eat it, please get it as soon as possible!