Japanese confectionery is a serious business. From melon flavoured gummy
candies to strawberry chocolates to crispy green tea biscuits, it is
fair to say that Japanese confectionery explores a wide range of
flavours and textures. If you are keen to see what this exciting world
of sweets is all about, visit japancentre.com's Confectionery section.
Per 100g: • Energy: 906kJ/362.5kcal • Fat: 0g (of which Saturates: 0g) • Carbohydrate: 90.63g (of which Sugars: 75g) • Protein: 0g • Salt: 4.19g
Really nice! Tastes just like the standard lemon ramune. Expected it to be hard candy, but it was more like compressed sherbet.
I was surprised by the way they literally dissolve in seconds when you put them on your tongue, but they taste really good! Just like the Ramune soda! They were pretty fun to eat- my husband and I were betting on whose dissolved the fastest!