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Japan Centre Matcha Green Tea and Earl Grey Hot Cross Buns, 155 g

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£2.99

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An Easter classic with a Japanese spin.

Celebrate Easter a little differently this year with Japan Centre's matcha and earl grey flavoured hot cross buns. Baked fresh every morning by our own bakers, the matcha green tea infused buns are stuffed with sweet raisins and dark chocolate chips, while the earl grey infused buns are full of fruity orange peel and cranberry pieces.

ITEM ID: #11004

Background

Japan has been a bread-loving nation ever since the European staple was introduced to Japan by the Portugese hundreds of years ago. From single servings of sweet melon bread buns to thickly sliced loaves of shoku pan, bread is one delicacy that will not be leaving Japan any time soon. Take a look at japancentre.com's Bakery section for a fantastic range of Japanese and Japan-influenced breads, baked each and every morning in our own kitchens.

How To Use

• Bakery items are not available for Next Day Delivery Orders.
• For Saturday Delivery, you must order by Thursday 12pm. Orders after this period cannot be guaranteed to be processed in time.

Item Detail

Ingredients

Wheat Flour, Sugar, Free Range Egg, Sugar, Butter (Milk), Glucose, Dried Skimmed Milk, Yeast, Rapeseed Oil, Apricot Jam, Raisins, Dark Chocolate (Sugar, Cocoa Butter, Whole Milk Powder, Cocoa Mass, Emulsifier, Soy Lecithin, Natural Vanilla Flavouring), Tea (Earl Grey), Matcha Green Tea Powder, Cranberry, Salt.

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REVIEWS

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01-04-2016
A little dry but quite interesting as an alternative.