Milky Kuromitsu Cafe au Lait. In fact, it makes lightning leaps over stepping stones that often see me starting in one place and ending up in a completely different one such that I can greatly confuse my husband with my leaps from one topic to another. This cafe au lait collon set off just such a sequence of thoughts. I will ask you to bear with me as I insanely hopscotch from point to point.
I'm here to say that kuromitsu ain't no brown sugar. It's a type of syrup that is often used on warabi mochi and other Japanese sweets. It's fine and dandy for various applications, but it's not pleasing to the palate of someone who is looking for that very definable flavor that comes with oatmeal cookies, pecan pie, and spoonfuls of cavity-creating pleasure taken straight from the brown sugar bag. You can cook Milky Kuromitsu Cafe au Lait using 4 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Milky Kuromitsu Cafe au Lait
- You need of Instant coffee.
- You need of Boiling water.
- It’s of Milk.
- You need of Kuromitsu.
The question of whether or not the flavor pairs well with the white chocolate and wafer combo. The small size is nice because this is the sort of thing you don't want too much of at once. Sapporo is the most comf Nobel is here with a new tapioca/boba hard candy. The hard candy shell is flavored like kuromitsu (brown sugar) and matcha au lait, while the inside contains a tapioca gummy.
Milky Kuromitsu Cafe au Lait step by step
- Put the instant coffee in a mug and pour in around 10% of hot water..
- This time I used Yukirain's "Homemade Kuromitsu". I stored it in the fridge and microwave it on low before use..
- Add the milk to the 80% mark and then microwave on the milk setting. Add the kuromitsu, mix well, and it's done..
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