"Pururun Water Jelly" is on sale from July 18th at each Lawson store (excluding some stores). The price is 140 yen (tax included).
This is a clear water jelly that has been chilled and hardened with agar. Enjoy with the attached Okinawan brown sugar black honey and domestic soybean flour.
The container has a two-tiered structure, with water jelly in the upper tier and black honey and soybean flour in the lower tier. I imagined a slightly thick jelly from the word "water", but in reality it is quite elastic and plump. I feel a refreshing feeling in the transparent figure that shakes and shakes.
The impression that I ate a bite with soybean flour and black honey was "Smooth and smooth warabi mochi ". Since it is hardened with agar, it does not have a chewy texture like mochi, but it has a unique texture that slips on your tongue. It's easy to adjust the sweetness with the soybean flour and black honey, so it's a nice point to enjoy it to your liking.
Lawson's "Pururun Water Jelly" can be eaten smoothly. It is a new type of sweet that I would like to recommend to those who have a bit of summer heat and have no appetite. The jelly itself has no flavor (slightly simple sweetness), so you may try to find a new way to eat it with your favorite ingredients ♪