Aug 23, 2011

Favorite Japanese Royce Chocolate

I was first introduced to Royce Chocolate by a friend in Taiwan. She gave me a box after a trip to Japan. Ever since then, I will harass any friend visiting Japan to bring me back these little treats. Royce was first introduced in Sapporo, Japan in 1983. Unlike other chocolate I had before, this chocolate is not hard, like  mix between chocolate ganache and chocolate truffle. I can't say it is soft but I can pick up a piece by sticking a plastic fork through it. A gal can easily chomp through a box by accident.
My favorite way of eating this is to put the box in the freezer and just let the piece melt in my mouth. Hm.... yum. My friend got me this from Narita Airport in Japan. This is definitely a savvy little gift to give to family and friends. Have you tried Royce Chocolate before??

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12 comments:

  1. I've never heard of Royce chocolate before but being a big chocoholic I must try it now!!!

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  2. Never heard of Royce chocolates, but it sounds delish!

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  3. Never tried it...looks so decadent!

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  4. I had no idea that Japan made excellent chocolate! We had Japanese exchange students for years, and their food was great. The candy, not so much.

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  5. I love anything chocolate and this looks so delicious!

    Eternally yours,
    Stephanie

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  6. wish i've known this earlier. would have gotten some in my past trip. looks delicious...slurp.

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  7. I haven't tried it, but now I sure want to!

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  8. Oh my I haven't had this in a very very long time! I wonder if I can find this in one of the asian shops I know!

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  9. Omygosh that looks soooo good!

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  10. yes! yum! like the champagne flava

    xoxo elle

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  11. That looks positively divine!

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  12. Oh my word!!! It looks delicious!!!

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