This Sundae Is the Perfect Treat for Matcha and Chocolate Fans

It features a brownie cup!

(SPOT.ph) For matcha fans, Tsujiri is the closest thing to heaven. While they started over 150 years ago serving matcha the traditional way—ground in a stone mill then mixed with warm water—they've since experimented with matcha drinks and desserts, constantly coming out with new, limited-edition items. This holiday season, they've come up with a toothsome Tsujiri Brownie Cup Sundae (P225/vanilla, P245/matcha or vanilla and matcha twist) and two rich drinks sure to satisfy your sweet tooth.

The Tsujiri Brownie Cup Sundae looks picture-perfect.
PHOTO BY Tsujiri

The Tsujiri Brownie Cup Sundae is the perfect, indulgent treat especially if you have a sweet tooth—your choice between vanilla or matcha soft-serve is placed inside a chewy brownie cup that's decorated with white chocolate syrup and adorned with a crisp waffle biscuit. Like almost all of Tsujiri's desserts, it looks too pretty to eat, but you won't be able to resist for long.

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The Tsujiri Sea Salt Dark Chocolate is a pretty classic blend of chocolate and green tea.
PHOTO BY Tsujiri
Strawberry and green tea is a wild combination but Tsujiri Strawberry White Chocolate makes it work.
PHOTO BY Tsujiri

If you love Tsujiri's matcha lattes, you'll enjoy their two new seasonal drinks. The Tsujiri Sea Salt Dark Chocolate (P220) blends matcha with Belgian dark chocolate then adds a sprinkling of sea salt to round out the sweetness.  The Tsujiri Strawberry White Chocolate (P220), meanwhile, is an eccentric combination of white chocolate and matcha, with strawberry whipped cream and strawberry syrup—but with how the subtle earthy flavor of Tsujiri's matcha works with almost anything, we're sure this one's a winner, too.

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