Morinaga’s Classic Ramune Soda Tablet Candy
“Ramune (ラムネ)” is a Japanese carbonated beverage with its roots in lemonade, and the soda drink is often said to be one of Japan’s summer traditions because it is definitely sold at summer festivals.
In recent years, the Japanese fizzy drink has been becoming popular overseas, but have you ever heard there is one more Ramune in Japan? which actually is available in candy form.
Morinaga Ramune Soda Candy
The Ramune is a kind of sugar candy, and as its name indicates, it has a refreshing flavor similar to Ramune soda pop. Shaped like a tablet, the sugar candy has a chalky texture, gives a slight fizzy sensation when melting away.
The sweet treat, Ramune has long been loved in Japan and now comes in many varieties and various flavors. But among those, this Morinaga Ramune Soda Candy has been a long-time favorite for over 40 years.
This Morinaga Ramune Candy has a nice melt-in-the-mouth texture and tastes just great, which is why it has now become one of the most loved soda candies in Japan.
Ingredients and Calories
Morinaga Ramune Soda Candy is a simple sugar candy made from dextrose, tapioca starch, milk calcium, acidifier, emulsifier, and flavoring. Especially, about 90% of the ingredient consists of dextrose.
By the way, based on the nutrition facts label pictured above, the calories per bottle (29 grams) are 108 kcal.