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The favourite Japanese dessert comes in a range of weird and wonderful flavours and Taro is no different, for those who don't know what it is here's a bit of a lowdon. Taro is a corm, that's basically saying that it's not a potato, but sort of looks like the ugly love-child of a ginger root and a tuber. Nevertheless this mochi has is a delight for anyone who has a sweet tooth and has a resemblance to caramel. Try it here now!
Maltose, Taro paste, Sword bean, Maltose, Sesame, Soybean oil, Sugar, Taro, Glucose, Soybean oil, Salt, Vanilla flavouring, Sesame, Glutinous rice powder, Thickening agent E1414, E1442,E415, Preservative E202, Emulsifier E471
Allergen Info: Contains Soy
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