Pocky - Salty

Posted by Linda on 01. 2012 0 comments
I was so excited to see these boxes of Salty Pocky along the snack aisle in Tokyomart and I knew I just had to grab a couple boxes of them!

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they're regular Pocky biscuit sticks covered with milk chocolate, the only difference with these is that they have tiny granules of salt embedded all throughout the choc coating, in the photos above you can actually see those tiny grains of salt.
The saltiness from the salt grains was mild but helped to enhance the overall sweetness of the chocolate coating, the contrasting flavors really complemented each other well, truly a great tasting experience! I think I devoured an entire box of these in less than 2 minutes!
I'm glad I had bought more boxes of these salty Pocky just in case while I was at Tokyomart! I predicted these would taste really yummy, and being such a Pocky junkie that I am, I knew I would be craving for more of these salty Pocky sticks and would live to regret not getting more! So yes, I was glad I bought 8 boxes!though it still wasn't enough for me to be honestOh well, I'll be sure to get more the next time I go to Tokyomart!

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