At Lawson somewhere in Tokyo, I discovered "Kuchidoke rich cheese eaten with a spoon (using Hokkaido cream cheese)" and "Same kuchidoke rich cacao (using high cacao chocolate)". Apparently, it seems to be a new product released (pre-sale?) Limited to the Kanto area. The price is 150 yen each (tax included).
Kuchidoke rich cheese finished with Hokkaido cream cheese has a strong cheese aroma, acidity, and moderate saltiness. It has a soft mouthfeel and a moist texture. The taste and texture may be somewhat similar to cheese steamed bread (steamed cake).
On the other hand, the rich cacao is finished with high cacao chocolate with a cacao content of 98%. It has a fluffy financier-like mouthfeel, but when chewed, it is thick like a sticky gateau chocolate. It melts moist and spreads the taste of bitter chocolate. It's not sweet, so you can enjoy it even on a hot day without feeling sick.
"Kuchidoke rich" sweets that are soft and moist, and you can enjoy a mysterious texture like a cake like a sweet bun. In this season when there are many refreshing things, why not try picking up "rich" sweets?