You can find chocolate with practically any flavor these days, so it makes sense that someone who has been in the soy sauce business for over 250 years would try to see how their specialty works with the magic beans. That someone is Kamebishi, working from the city of Higashikawaga in Kagawa Prefecture in Japan, and the result of their research and development is the Jisuke Soy Chocolate set.
Featuring three basic flavors of chocolate (bitter, milk, and white) and allegedly inspired after a meeting with a certain Tokyo 3-Michelin star chef, Jisuke Soy Chocolate is a joy to see and a revelation to eat: the saltiness of the classic soy sauce blends wonderfully with all three chocolates, making you instinctively reach for more (thankfully there are three pieces for each flavor, enough for a good chocolate fix!). A very Japanese take on everyone’s favorite sweet.
The Jisuke Soy Chocolate features:
- Pack of 3 flavors (3 pieces each)
- 3 chocolate flavors: bitter, milk, white
- Contains: cocoa mass, cocoa powder, vegetable fat, sugar, soy powder, wheat, salt, starch, lactose, powdered milk, fermenting mash, sugar, etc.