Morinaga Caramel Candy: Milk, Hi-Soft, Shio, Yogurt Flavors

“Morinaga Seika (森永製菓)” is a leading Japanese confectionery company founded in 1899 whose logo is represented by an angel symbol called “Angel Mark”.

In Japan, the large well-established confectionery manufacturer boasts numerous long-selling products and is especially famous for caramel candy.

Morinaga Seika Caramel Candy Flavors

Morinaga Caramel Candy Flavors

And this time I will introduce and compare 4 popular flavors of caramel candies produced and sold by Morinaga Seika for those who want to try them in the near future.

Morinaga Milk Caramel (森永ミルクキャラメル)

Morinaga Milk Caramel

First off, Morinaga Milk Caramel is one of Morinaga’s flagship products as well as being one of the most loved soft candies in Japan, which has been on sale since the company’s foundation in 1899. The caramel cube has full of flavor and tastes just great.

Ingredients and Nutrition Facts

Morinaga Milk Caramel Ingredients and Nutrition Facts

Morinaga Milk Caramel is made from starch syrup, sweetened condensed milk, sugar, sweetened defatted condensed milk, vegetable fat and oil, wheat protein, butter, malt extract, black syrup, salt, sorbitol, soy emulsifier, and flavoring. By the way, the calories per piece are 21 kcal.

Morinaga Hi-Soft Caramel Milk (森永ハイソフトキャラメルミルク)

Morinaga Hi-Soft Caramel Milk

Introduced in 1969, Morinaga Hi-Soft Caramel, together with Milk Caramel, is one of Morinaga’s signature caramel candies. With cream cheese in it, the rectangular candy is more milky and mild compared to the above Milk Caramel block.

Ingredients and Nutrition Facts

Morinaga Hi-Soft Caramel Milk Ingredients and Nutrition Facts

According to the ingredient list, Morinaga Hi-Soft Caramel Milk Flavor is made from starch syrup, sweetened condensed milk, sugar, sweetened defatted condensed milk, vegetable fat and oil, cream cheese, reduced sugar syrup, wheat protein, black syrup, malt extract, salt, sorbitol, flavoring, and soy emulsifier. It has 25 kcal per piece.

Moringa Shio Caramel (森永塩キャラメル)

Morinaga Shio Caramel

Morinaga Shio Caramel is a relatively new yet popular caramel candy. As “Shio (塩)” means salt in Japanese, its slight salty taste accentuates the sweetness and enriches the flavor of the treat. The salt used in the candy is produced in the Lorraine region in France.

Ingredients and Nutrition Facts

Morinaga Shio Caramel Ingredients and Nutrition Facts

Morinaga Shio Caramel Salt Flavor consists of starch syrup, adjusted condensed milk (raw milk, sugar, vegetable fat), sugar, vegetable fat and oil, cream cheese, skim milk powder, reduced sugar syrup, wheat protein hydrolyzate, butter, salt, malt extract, dextrin, sorbitol, flavoring, and soy emulsifier. It has 25 kcal per piece.

Morinaga Yogurt Caramel (森永ヨーグルトキャラメル)

Morinaga Yogurt Caramel

As with Morinaga Shio Caramel, this Morinaga Yogurt Caramel was put on the market in recent years and now has gained popularity for its addictive rich yogurt flavor. This Japanese treat is more of a yogurt candy than a caramel candy.

Ingredients and Nutrition Facts

Morinaga Yogurt Caramel Ingredients and Nutrition Facts

Based on the ingredient list and nutrition facts label, Morinaga Yogurt Caramel consists of starch syrup, sweetened condensed milk, sugar, sweetened defatted condensed milk, vegetable fat and oil, wheat protein hydrolyzate, butter, condensed yogurt, salt, sorbitol, acidifier, flavoring, and soy emulsifier, and the calories per piece are 20 kcal.

Tomo

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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