Seven Eleven’s Uji Matcha Tiratisu with soy milk. – A conbini sweets new product review.

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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 Seven Eleven’s “Uji Matcha Tiratisu with soy milk, a new dessert released on the 19th of September 2017.

Uji Matcha Tiratisu with soy milk

Product name in Japanese
Available at
Seven Eleven
198 yen (Tax incl.)
Sale date
September 19, 2017
150 kcal

Tiratisu means “cheer you up” in Italian. BTW Tiramisu means “Cheer me up”
So what’s a Tiratisu?
Mascarpone cheese is usually used to make a traditional tiramisu but soy milk cream is used to make a tiratisu.

The top is vivid green from the Matcha sponge cake crumbs. How innovative!

From the side I could see Matcha tiratisu mousse and soy milk tiratisu mousse.
Inside I found Matcha sponge cake dough and Matcha sauce.

The tiratisu mousse is not too sweet but it is rich.
It doesn’t have a strong soy smell or taste so even if you didn’t like soy milk, this dessert is enjoyable.

The Matcha tiratisu mousse on the bottom was sweet and bitter.
Scoop up the layers together and enjoy the perfect combination of the Matcha’s bitterness and sweetness.
I must also mention that this sweet is only 150 kcal.
I recommend it if you are on a diet.