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Food

Introducing rich bean paste and soft and smooth milk bean paste from Kuzefuku Shoten

2021.11.06

Anko butter, which is very popular at Kuzefuku Shoten, is now available with a higher-grade taste. It is made by using the large-grained Hokkaido Dainagon azuki bean paste, and then adding the Dainagon azuki bean Amanatto afterwards using the “two-stage preparation method”. Butter also contains twice the amount of conventional products.

Hokkaido Dainagon azuki bean paste rich bean paste: 495 yen (tax included)

The long-awaited milk flavor is now available in the An Butter series. It is a special milk bean paste made while making the best use of the ingredients, valuing the uniqueness of Kuzefuku Shoten. Condensed milk, cream, and milk powder made from domestic raw milk are added to white bean made from domestic green beans to create a smooth texture. The gentle sweetness that warms your heart is the deliciousness that makes you smile.

Melting milk bean paste: 430 yen (tax included)

In addition to the standard “An butter”, sweet and sour “Amaou strawberry an butter” and “Matcha an butter” using Amaou strawberry, the two types that appeared this time have been added to the popular An butter series. There are various tastes and textures, so please choose according to your taste.

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