Must Buy Milk Candy From Japan – Hokkaido Soft Premium
When I was out buying souvenirs, I came across a box of milk candy that had the words “Rich” and “Soft” on its box. I love anything with milk flavor so naturally, I was sold. It didn’t take much to convince me to buy this product. I also saw the word “Hokkaido” so I thought that maybe this would be as delicious as “Shiroi Koibito” which is also a product of Hokkaido. When I opened the box, there were 6 packs of smaller packaging and inside those are 6 individually wrapped candies which are perfect for sharing souvenirs.
Hokkaido Soft Premium – One Of The Best Milk Candies Ever Made
But when I tasted it, my thoughts of sharing had disappeared. It was so delicious that It made me selfish. I wanted it all for myself. There was no way i’d be giving these out because I had limited supply of it. If this was sold in my country and I could easily buy it from the supermarket, then sure i’ll share it. But I can only get a hold of these if I go to the Dotonbori branch of Donki. I didn’t even see it being sold in normal grocery stores.
Inside every individual packet is a round and white candy that’s so soft that if you pinch it, the candy would lose its shape. The taste is so milky, creamy but not too sweet. It’s just heavenly. It has the perfect balance of sweetness and the texture is so chewy and soft that it won’t hurt your jaw even if you ate 50 of these. At some point, it melts on your tongue and you’re left craving for more. Maybe that’s why they had to separate it into several packs because whenever I open one, I tend to finish all the candies in that pack, in one sitting. Having different packs to open kind of stops you from finishing it all at once and reminds you to save some for later.
Where Can I Buy The Hokkaido Soft Premium?
Would I buy this again? Definitely. But unfortunately, I can’t post a link where you can buy this. I can’t find it on both Amazon Japan and USA. You’re just gonna have to go to Japan to get some of this good stuff. I don’t know where else it is sold but you can buy some in Donki at the food souvenirs section on the 3rd or 4th floor. I forgot for how much but I remember it wasn’t that expensive or else I wouldn’t have bought it. Just remember, the original package was a box and not the main picture on this post. If you have trouble finding it, you can just ask the shop clerk for help. I’m sure they’ll be able to help you locate it.