Strawberry White Chocolate Drink Released by Lindt for Spring

27.March.2019 | FOOD

Lindt is a Swiss premium chocolate brand that established itself in 1845 and has gone on to be enjoyed in over 120 countries worldwide.

 

Japan is home to numerous Lindt Chocolat Cafe branches, and it is there that they are set to sell the new Lindt White Chocolate Strawberry Iced Drink from April 1 onward. Japan is home to numerous Lindt Chocolat Cafe branches, and it is there that they are set to sell the new Lindt White Chocolate Strawberry Iced Drink from April 1 onward.


Lindt White Chocolate Strawberry Iced Drink – Served in Takeout Cup: ¥772 (Tax Included) *Available at all branches except Ginza

The beverage is mixed with Lindt’s milky white chocolate and the juice of fresh strawberries giving it a flavour amalgamation of sweet and sour. It is topped with whipped cream made with the juice of lemons from the Seto Inland Sea area and strawberry sauce. The cream is light and fluffy and has a refreshing taste to it thanks to the lemons that marries perfectly with the sweet and sour strawberries to create a fruity balance. The beverage is mixed with Lindt’s milky white chocolate and the juice of fresh strawberries giving it a flavour amalgamation of sweet and sour. It is topped with whipped cream made with the juice of lemons from the Seto Inland Sea area and strawberry sauce. The cream is light and fluffy and has a refreshing taste to it thanks to the lemons that marries perfectly with the sweet and sour strawberries to create a fruity balance.


Lindt White Chocolate Strawberry Iced Drink – Served in Glass: ¥1,388 / Available at all branches April 1, 2019 – May 31, 2019 (Tax Included)

The drink is served with finely grated lemon zest at the Ginza branch of the cafe to add an even richer and more refreshing flavour.


Lindt Delice Set (Drink + 2 Delice): ¥1,080-¥1,296 (Tax Included) / *Available at all branches except outlets April 1, 2019 – May 31, 2019 (Tax Included)

The drink can be enjoyed as a set with two delices―strawberry and lemon flavoured.

Enjoy the flavours of spring at the Lindt Chocolat Cafe.

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