Melodia Italian Grill] Matcha lollipop chocolates perfect for the fresh green season.


Melodia, the Italian grill in the String’s Hotel Tokyo InterContinental, will sell takeout items of sweets by Executive Pastry Chef Manabu Osada.

3 kinds of matcha lollipop chocolate

Kanoko-mame green tea financier
This financier has an addictive texture with the soft texture of beans and the bitterness of matcha green tea. The white chocolate coating adds just the right amount of sweetness to the bitterness.

Yuzu green tea financier
The light green tea flavor is accented by the bitterness and acidity of the yuzu peel. Yuzu peel accents the bitter and sour taste of the matcha green tea.

Shincha & Macadamia Nut Financier
New tea and baked macadamia nuts are chopped and mixed into the dough. The nutty aroma of the macadamia nuts and the fresh new tea are covered with matcha chocolate.

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