Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Meiji Creamy Almond Kinoko no Yama

Creamy Almond Kinoko no Yama

I'm afraid my reviews of Kinoko no Yama are rather predictable. Nearly every kind I've tried has been a huge hit with both my husband and myself. I am a lifetime Meiji customer because of Kinoko no Yama and Takenoko no Sato. The shapes are cute, the original flavors are delicious, and there are always new, tasty varieties to try.

We found these Creamy Almond chocolates at Jungle Jim's in Fairfield, OH and bought them without hesitating. We were so excited to eat them that I didn't wait to get home to review them; I took the pictures in the car that night.

Creamy Almond Kinoko no Yama

The chocolates had a generally nutty and lightly sweet smell. I tasted the chocolate by itself, and it was a mild white chocolate with tiny chopped nuts inside. However, Kinoko no Yama are meant to be enjoyed as a whole, so it doesn't really matter how the chocolate tastes alone.

Together, the crunchy cookie blends well with the chocolate, balancing out any difference in sweetness and adding a fantastic texture. The almond flavor was pleasant, enhanced by the real nut pieces, and never too sweet. My husband and I had no problem polishing off the entire box in under 30 minutes.


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cybele said...

How cool! I also picked some of those up last week - I'm looking forward to eating them, but since it's so hot they're tucked away in a cooler until the temps are a bit better.

Kelly said...

I just saw these in donkihote, but didnt get them...think i will go back and get them now!!

ebidebby said...

I hope you both like them as much as I did!

Par said...

Glad it's a good review, got a box of that sitting in the drawers. Will eat it soon :D