A little nutty and a little corny, this crazy little thing packs a wallop of flavor unexpected upon first notice.Kinako (roasted soybean) is commonly used in Japan for the nutty and toasty notes it adds, and the specially freeze-dried azuki beans peppered throughout this snack give just a little extra sweetness to elevate the combination of kinako and crushed cornflakes. Try this golden nugget for an interesting snack you’re sure to love!
Featured in November '19 Bokksu: Autumn in Kyoto.
- Product of Kyoto
- Common Allergens: Milk, Wheat, Soy
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