This kind of chocolate has small amount of green tea in it, its taste is flavorless
I have bought this exotic kind of chocolate with green tea ‘Keiko’, but it seems that it is produced by Germans. It is expensive, 30 g chocolate bar costs 4$, but you can give it a spin. I will compare it with the real Japanese chocolate from green tea, about which I have already left my comments; if you are interested you can read it here.
This chocolate is flavourless, although you can see pieces of petals (is this skilful imitation?), the colour is also faded. But unlike Meiji, the structure of which is absolutely homogeneous, and the colour is bright. Meiji’s taste is very bright, strong and unforgettable. You can also feel the effect; in fact it is a real concentrate of green tea. But there is no effect in Keiko. You have eaten a simple flavourless chocolate. It is difficult to add something. It’s just that it is unsavoury, slightly sweet with discreet aroma of green tea; there is everything in small quantities in this chocolate. At the same time I cannot say that it is of a poor quality, on the contrary, the quality of ingredients is good, but it does not influence the taste; proportions and formula selected in a very boring way. They trigger no emotions. At least they could make colour richer through the use of colouring agent. But their colour is bleak dark green. This chocolate is not worth its price. I don’t recommend it.
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