Delicate, sweet and chic, these tiny sugar flowers are steeped in a rich tradition. Introduced to the Japanese in the early 1600’s by Portuguese traders, these beautiful blossoms soon became a symbol of Japanese hospitality.
Their texture is somewhere between a hard candy and a sugar cube. Each color has a unique and delicate flavor:
Green: muscat grape
Aqua: soda pop
A Sugarfina exclusive, these Kyoto Blossoms are the same candies served by the Imperial House of Japan to dignitaries and distinguished guests.
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Sugar, artificial flavors, color added (red 3, yellow 5, blue 1)
may contain milk, soy, wheat, peanuts and tree nuts