Mister Doughnut and Gion Tsujiri will collaborate! A new maccha (Japanese green tea) sweets item will be sold for a limited time offer.

25.September.2017 | FOOD

Mister Doughnut will release “Hot Maccha Ore Tonyu Whip” and “Cotton Snow Café Maccha” produced with “Gion Tsujiri,” a Ujimaccha specialized store for a limited time offer.

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It is a dessert drink which uses maccha made by the traditional “Ishiusu Hiki Seiho (stone ground)” method. In this method, Gion Tsujiri’s (a maker which has been running their business for more than 150 years) freshly picked “Ujimaccha” is ground using a stone mill.

 

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“Hot Maccha Ore Tonyu Whip” includes Azuki bean paste produced in Hokkaido which goes well with maccha and maccha ore using “Gion Tsujiri’s” maccha and is a Japanese style drink with tonyu (soy milk) whip mixed with maccha. You can change the taste of the drink by mixing the azuki paste and tonyu whip.

 

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“Cotton Snow Café Maccha” has the doughnut melba toast (a Mister Doughnut’s doughnut baked in an oven) as a topping. You can enjoy the drink in various ways such as drinking the maccha ore independently or mixing the drink with the milk-tasted cotton snow candy.

 

Let’s check out this limited-time-offer product created by Mister Doughnut and Gion Tsujiri.

 

 

◼︎Information

Hot Maccha Ore Tonyu Whip (356 yen)

Cotton Snow Café Maccha (518 yen)

※The prices above include tax

 

Release date: September 22nd (Fri.) to the late March 2018 (The production of the products will be ended subsequently)

Available shops: Mister Doughnut stores throughout Japan (except at certain stores)

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