It's been awhile since I've done a liking (disliking) post...
The other day, I happened to buy some items from 7-11, they were having a drawing, if you bought 700 yen (about US$7) worth of things, you could participate.
So, I pulled out a ticket and won...this tea.
It is a Ginger Chai by Itoen, but the first ingredient is sugar, so I have a feeling it will be really sweet.
I like that I won, but dislike that it will be so sugary.
This soft oreo cookie was more like an angel pie...meh.
Loving the abundance of kinoko (mushrooms)...The other night I sauteed some in olive oil, sake & butter and had it with some bread for dinner...delicious.
I made the chocolate macarons, they didn't turn out too good, some were crispy and some were chewy.
I filled them with peanut butter...the chewy ones were like brownies...yum!
At the moment, we are drinking Marley coffee, I hadn't known about it and came across it while I was in Hawaii.
This coffee is sustainably grown and is made by the late Bob Marley's son, Rohan.
The beans are a little smaller than other coffees I have bought, but the flavor is good. Rich with hints of chocolate.
Right now, we are trying "One Love", a 100% Ethiopian Yirgacheffe, I also have "Buffalo Soldier", a blend of Ethiopian Yirgacheffe paired with grade 1 Indonesian and Central American beans, which I'm also looking forward to trying.
The Mushroom Mozzarella Filone at Starbucks...ooey gooey mozzarella cheese, some chicken, lots of mushroom and some garlic on a crusty baguette...delicious!
The Autumn veggie salad at Fred's Cafe...lots of different Autumn veggies and a delicious caesar salad dressing...good!
Loving the red cups at Starbucks...very festive.
I had a Lavender Earl Grey Latte & Satoshi had their Caramel Steamer.
Cute Hello Kitty bling from Evian...HK is made to look like a drop of water.
Bigot's (bee-go) chestnut danish...a combination of Japanese style sweetened chestnuts and Marron Glace (French style caramelized chestnuts)....delicious.
Cafe Bahnhof's coffees are for the coffee lover, they have many different blends.
Though I wish they wouldn't allow smoking, so that we could enjoy the aroma of the different coffees more.
I first heard of TeaPigs from Jude's blog.
I happened across these at Sony Plaza and picked up their Chai and Darjeeling Earl Grey and love both.
Whoo, this was quite a long post...what are you liking (disliking)?