Lawson’s Amanatsu Orange Verrine– A conbini sweets new product review.

Written by convenisweets geek
28 Apr 2017
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Get ready for the latest info on popular sweets available at your local conbini (the official Japanese abbreviation for convenience store)! The writer taste-tests and reviews new conbini sweets, letting us know which ones are the most note-worthy.
This time the writer reviews Lawson’s “Lawson’s Amanatsu orange Verrine”, a new dessert released on the 18th of April 2017.

Lawson’s Amanatsu Orange Verrine

Product name in Japanese
甘夏のヴェリーヌ
Available at
Lawson
Price
320 yen (Tax incl.)
Sale date
April 18, 2017
Calories
152 kcal

Can you believe this combo? Yoghurt jelly with Amanatsu orange sauce and blood orange jelly topped with Amanatsu oranges from Kumamoto prefecture. What a treat!

Well, it sounded good, but I didn’t know what Verrine means. As a sweets geek I decided to research this word. Verrine is a French word for sweets or cuisine in a glass container. In this case it’s sold at the convenience store so it comes in a clear plastic container. Beautiful!

The oranges tasted sour and sweet, they were so fresh! Careful not to swallow the seeds though!
The blood orange jelly had such a nice texture with the perfect balance of sourness and sweetness.
The yoghurt jelly on the bottom had a mild kind of sourness, it was so creamy.

I’ve never had the combination of orange jelly and yoghurt jelly, I loved it!
It was taste of early summer, the quality surpassed my expectations for convenience store sweets!

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