Morinaga Milk Caramel: Best Japanese Caramel Candy
When I think of Japanese candy that’s been a long-time favorite of everyone in Japan, what comes to my mind right away is Morinaga Milk Caramel (森永ミルクキャラメル).
Morinaga Milk Caramel (森永 ミルクキャラメル)
Produced and sold by the long-established confectionery maker Morinaga Seika (森永製菓), Morinaga Milk Caramel is among the best Japanese candies with the oldest history.
Morinaga, known for Hi-Chew, was founded in 1899 when the company started to sell a caramel cube named Caramel (キャラメル).
Later, in 1913, the maker changed its name to Milk Caramel (ミルクキャラメル). But the package design hasn’t changed for a long time, so today, many people can recognize it at first glance.
The treats made with carefully selected ingredients have a mild and rich sweetness packed with delicious flavor. The caramel sweet is firm but delightfully melts in your mouth.
Lastly, for your information, here are the specific ingredients and nutrition facts of the Morinaga Milk Caramel.
|Starch syrup, Sweetened condensed milk, Sugar, Sweetened defatted condensed milk, Vegetable oil/fat, Wheat protein, Butter, Malt extract, Kuromitsu brown syrup, Salt, Sorbitol, Soy emulsifier, Flavoring|
|Vitamin A||18 ㎍|
|Vitamin B1||0.0098 mg|
|Vitamin B2||0.010 mg|
|Vitamin D||0.37 ㎍|
(Reference Page: Wikipedia 森永ミルクキャラメル )