Three pairings that make "orange blessing" even more delicious. – ママノチョコレート

Three pairings that make "orange blessing" even more delicious.

Hello. Mamano Storyteller,Chocolate Otaku Kadekawais.

This time, we devised three pairings with the hope that you will know more about the recommended product "Orange Blessing" and enjoy it, although it is not well known!

The blessing of orangeIs a French confectionery called Mamano ver called Orangette.

We named it "Orange Blessing" because it uses flavorful oranges from Valencia.

Generally speaking, orangettes are known as vertically long orange peels (orange peels) coated with chocolate, but in Mamano, juicy sliced oranges with peels are half-sprinkled with the proud alibaca cocoa chocolate. I finish it.

The scent of orange and the gorgeous scent of alibaca cacao, the sweetness of the flesh of the orange and the bitterness of the skin match the bitter chocolate, and it is very delicious as it is, but this time I took in the blessing of orange.Pairing that colors your lifeIntroducing.


1. Make a salad for a meal


First of all, I would like to propose a salad using "blessing of orange".

The soft baby leaf, combined with the blessings of orange, is served with only olive oil and salt. Topped with nuts and herbs to add an accent to the texture and flavor.

Walnuts, almonds, cashew nuts and most nuts go well.

Add herbs such as dill and mint to make a stylish salad with a more fragrant aroma.

Fruits are often used as a topping for salads, so even if it doesn't feel strange to use oranges as a salad, some people may say that chocolate is a little in the salad. Although it is a surprising combination, 73% bitter chocolate not only blends well with vegetables with orange in between, but also gives you a new taste unique to pairing.

Orange and chocolate are nutritious, soRecommended for breakfastis.

2. Combine with craft beer (Yona Yona Ale)


When I was asked to think about pairing "Orange Blessings", the first combination that came to me was beer. I don't usually drink beer at all, but the moment I ate "Orange Blessing", this bitterness and gorgeousness definitely suits craft beer! I was convinced.

The expectation is correct! This combination really fits nicely.

Many people have never tried pairing chocolate and beer. The recommended "Yona Yona Ale" can be easily purchased at convenience stores and supermarkets, so feel free to try it.

If you think that the bitterness has come at the beginning, it is a pairing where the gorgeousness goes out from the mouth to the nose.

In addition to "Yona Yona Ale", citrus beer with a bitter taste and a gorgeous aroma seems to be a good match.

Click here for Yona Yona Ale (Go to official page)

3. Match with straight gin


I would like you to try this pairing at a relaxing time at night.

Among the many gin, the one with Japanese pepper is recommended. Sansho belongs to the Rutaceae family, so it goes well with oranges!

As any liquor lover knows, gin will have a thick texture when chilled in the freezer.

For those who want to fully enjoy the scent, even at room temperature. Gradually grab the gin in your mouth while biting the blessings of the orange.

By the way, I live in Okinawa, and I am a local craft gin, Mizuho Shuzo."ORI-GiN1848 (origin)"I matched.

The combination of gin and orange blessingsPairing that you can enjoy the scent and lingering sound for a long timeis.

All pairings are unexpected in-house! I was surprised.

Don't think "this food is like this"The great pleasure of pairing is to freely combine and discover new deliciousness.I think it is.

I would be very happy if you could try any one of the three types of pairing introduced this time.

If you have your own way of enjoying "Orange Blessings", please let us know on Twitter, Instagram, or at the store.

Currently, the blessings of orange are sold only at the Akasaka Mitsuke store.Doing.

You can purchase from one, so why not try one for your own snack?

It is also recommended as a Valentine's gift for those who do not usually eat sweets.

Until the end Thank you for reading.