Koeda Chocolate - Komeda "Choco Noir" Pastry
Komeda is a popular coffee shop chain in Japan that has a signature dessert called Choco Noir. It is a combination of Danish pastry, whipped cream, strawberry, dark chocolate and syrup. Koeda is a delicate, short chocolate stick made by Morinaga. The name means 'small twig' as the size is similar. Every year it is released in a few unique flavors, depending on the season. This yummy milk chocolate based version is sure to be a hit. Tiny biscuit bits are embedded in each stick to give them a perfect amount of crunch. There are 44 mini sticks in each box (4 packets of 11.)
Morinaga is one of Japan's oldest and popular confectionery makers.