“FRANK MULLER / Kuromame no Pound Cake,” a Haneda Airport- limited sweets is now on sale at GINZA SIX

04.March.2018 | FOOD

“Kuromame (black bean) no Pound Cake” sold at a shop in Haneda Airport produced by FRANK MULLER called “FRANCK MULLER 365 Port of VANGUARD” is now on sale at GINZA SIX “FRANK MULLER GENEVE”(limited time offer).

 

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“Kuromame no Pound Cake” is a sweets item using fermented butter, fresh Benibanaran (a variety of egg) and black beans made of famous Tanba seeds. The item has a gentle flavor of strictly selected salt and slightly sweet black beans.

It can be said that it is a high-quality pound cake which has the rich aroma and delicate sweetness of black beans.

 

The elegant-looking, matte-black box’s package design will be changed into a spring-like fabulous design.

 

Why not try FRANK MULLER’s special pound cake!

 

 

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Kuromame no Pound Cake

4,500 yen (tax not included)

 

FRANK MULLER PATISLLY

Address: GINZA SIX 2F, 6-10-1, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

Business hours: 10:30 to 20:30

TEL:03-3569-0663

URL:https://prtimes.jp/main/html/rd/p/000000029.000024828.html

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