What’s sweeter than caramel? Soft serve ice cream mixed with caramel!
Now menu item comes hot on the heels of McDonald’s Japan’s caramel shakes.
We’ll take any excuse to drink shakes, but was this new temptation, over a century in the making, worth the wait?
As the leaves start to turn brown in Japan, it’s time for its desserts to do so too.
Both these limited-edition Japan releases contain new ingredients used for the first time ever in the history of the company.
What happens when you put a can of condensed milk (can and all) into a pressure cooker? You make a can of delectable nama (raw) caramel, that’s what!
It’s that time of year again! Starbucks Japan has announced their line of holiday beverages and goodies! Yes, it’s amazing how quickly a year seems to go by, isn’t it?
This year, the coffee chain will be offering their customers seasonal goodness featuring caramel and toffee (and plenty of whipped cream), and if that’s how they’re expressing their holiday spirit, well, we have to say, “Bring the holiday sweetness on!!!”
Starbucks prides itself on letting customers customize their drinks and offers a lot of choices: no foam, no whip/with whip, double blended, two pump vanilla, extra shot and extra hot to name but a few. Never one to shy from a challenge, we decided to test just how far Starbucks was willing go in ensuring that visitors to its coffeehouses get just what they want.
Our request? A no caramel, no whip, and–are you ready for it–no coffee Caramel Frappuccino.
Itame Bare is one of these wonderful up and rising restaurants where young itamae, or sushi chefs, create Japanese dishes for astonishing low prices!
We went to Baru for a taste of this amazing fare. Read More