Kin no Milk: Kanro’s Best-Selling Hard Milk Candy

Milk flavor is arguably one of the most popular flavors for hard candy in many countries, and here, Tokuno Milk 8.2 from UHA Mikakuto has long been a favorite. 

The hard milk candy is mild and packed with flavor and will never disappoint candy lovers. Although the name includes the number 8.2, today, the sweet treat contains 10.2 percent milkfat per piece.

Kanro Kin no Milk

Kanro Kin no Milk

In addition to Tokuno Milk 8.2, another milk candy with a higher milk fat (14.6 percent) called Kin no Milk (金のミルク: meaning Golden Milk) became a big hit in Japan in recent years. The product is from Kanro, introduced in 2012.

On the package front of Kanro Kin no Milk, there is a text saying this product is Japan’s No.1 best-selling milk candy in total sales from October 2015 to September 2017.

Kanro Kin no Milk hard candy

As you can guess from that, the Kin no Milk candy (amount: 80 grams) is now as well-recognized as UHA Mikakuto Tokuno Milk 8.2 and has become one of the standard milk candies in my country.


Kin no Milk Candy

According to another description on the packaging, these milk candies use premium fresh cream from Hokkaido that is favored and habitually used by professional pastry chefs.

Thanks to the component, this treat is rich in taste and packs plenty of deliciousness. It is not overly sweet, but like UHA Tokuno Milk 8.2, the candy will surely satisfy you.

Ingredients/Nutrition Facts

Kanro Kin no Milk Ingredients and Nutrition Facts

Last, let’s see the specific ingredients and nutrition facts of the Kanro Kin no Milk candy.

Sugar, Starch syrup, Dairy products, Fresh cream, Whey concentrate protein powder, Whey powder, Concentrated milk, Reduced starch syrup, Salt, Emulsifier

Nutritional Values

Nutritional Values per Piece (4.0 Grams)
Calories 18.3 kcal
Protein 0.10 g
Fat 0.60 g
Carbohydrates 3.14 g
Salt equivalents 0.02 g

(Reference Page: Kanro 金のミルク )


Hi, I'm Tomo, a Japanese blogger living in Niigata Prefecture, Japan. For the purpose of enriching your life, I would like to introduce things about Japan on this blog, especially unique Japanese products, cooking recipes, cultures, and facts and trivia.

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