Qu’il fait bon will sell a monthly tart “Kurozu soybean flour and hojicha tart – shortcake style” to commemorate its 30th anniversary at all Qu’il fait bon stores from April 1 (Fri) to April 30 (Sat), 2022.
Kyoto Kurozu soybean flour cream & hojicha chocolate tart
The “Kurozu Kinako and Hojicha Tart – Shortcake Style,” created by Qu’il fait bon Kyoto Store, is a tart with a Japanese taste using Kyoto ingredients. The tart is filled with a rich combination of Kyoto-grown kurozu soybean flour cream, hojicha chocolate dough, warabi rice cakes, and shiborimame (squeezed beans) in a crunchy tart.
The top is topped with fresh strawberries and cream, giving it a shortcake-like appearance.
The “Kurozu soybean flour and hojicha green tea tart – shortcake style” is the fourth in a series of tarts designed by Qu’il fait bon stores that began in January 2022, and from May, tarts designed by Grand Maison Ginza will be available at its stores.
Qu’il fait bon30th Kyoto store’s idea “Kurozu soybean flour and hojicha tart – shortcake style
【Sales Period】 Apr. 1 (Fri) – 30 (Sat), 2022
【Store】 All Qu’il fait bon stores (Grand Maison Ginza, Tokyo Skytree Town Solamachi, Aoyama, Yokohama, Shizuoka, Hamamatsu, Grand Front Osaka, Kyoto, Fukuoka, Sendai)
【Store in Osaka】 Grand Front Osaka
【Price】 Piece 864 yen / Whole (25cm) 8,640 yen *Take-out price. Tax rate is different when using the café.