Hōjicha Konpeitō

Roasted green tea flavoured small sweets from Fukuoka Prefecture.

£12 per item

Konpeitō is a type of rock candy that is made by coating small sugar crystals with multiple layers of flavoured syrup until the desired size is achieved. It is said to have been introduced to Japan by Portuguese traders in the 16th century with its name konpeitō coming from the Portuguese word ‘confeito’. Konpeitō is a popular sweet enjoyed during celebrations and even used as a gift by the Japanese Imperial Family. As part of Japanese tea traditions, sweets are typically served with green tea as part of Japanese tea traditions, this hōjicha (roasted green tea) flavoured konpeitō combines smoky flavours with sweetness into delicate crystals.

Ingredients: Roasted green tea, Sugar
May contain traces of gluten and soybean.
Nutritional Value/30g:
Energy: 115Kcal
Fat: 0g
Carbohydrate: 27.2g
Protein: 1.5g
Salt: 0g

Size: L15 cm x W7.3 cm x H4 cm

Weight: 30g

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