Sakura Flavored Ice Cream Returns to Japan
After 24 long years without it, Baskin Robbins in Japan (also known as B-R Thirty One Ice Cream in the country) sakura (cherry blossom) flavored ice cream is making a sweet comeback!
This rich creamy floral dessert is described as tasting of sakura mochi (cherry blossom flavored rice cake), with just a hint of salt, and will contain actual cherry leaves as an ingredient, which should give it a gentle sakura scent. The subtle addition of salt will only add to the overall sweetness of this perfect seasonal treat!
- Not only is it delicious, but it’s also an aesthetically pleasing soft pink
This flavor will only be available at Baskin Robbins stores in Japan from March 1 to the end of May for 360 yen (3.20 USD) for a regular serving.
If you’re planning a trip to Japan, the seasonal goodies companies have to offer during the spring season only adds to the adventures to be had!
Source: Rocket News 24
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