Kit Kat - Kinako Ohagi

Posted by Linda on 09. 2010 0 comments 0 trackback
I love eating Japanese Ohagi! It's like mochi, but made of sweet rice, and 'Kinako' is toasted soy flour. This flavor sounded really yummy so I was eager to give it a try & ordered it at NapaJapan along with the 6 other flavors KK I ordered.
the coating is milk choc this time, preferable over white choc for me, I could taste the sweet Ohagi & the slight toasted taste of the soy flour...although I felt the flavor of the Ohagi could've been abit stronger.
Overall, it was really good, I will definitely be getting more of this

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