Lotte Black Black: Caffeine Chewing Gum that Wakes You Up

When it comes to caffeinated Japanese chewing gum that wakes you up, Meiji Xylish Hyper Cool and Clorets Sharp Mint are popular.

But Japan’s best-known and most loved is undoubtedly this Black Black, introduced by Lotte in 1983.

Lotte Black Black Gum

Lotte Black Black Gum

Lotte Black Black is a stick of chewing gum that refreshes you with a strong mint flavor and menthol punch.

Lotte Black Black Caffeinated Chewing Gum

Based on the concept of ドライブ中の眠気スッキリガム (Gum that clears up drowsiness while driving),

Black Black Gum from Lotte

this gum enhances its effect by formulating caffeine with chrysanthemum flower extract and ginkgo leaf extract.

Lotte Black Black Gum Contents

Black Black also comes in bottles with lots of tablet gum, but I prefer the original with nine sticks.

Lotte Origami-Bu

As you can see, each wrapper design is stylish, and you can make origami with this paper. The maker even has a club named Origamibu (おりがみ部).

Lotte Black Black Caffeinated Japanese Chewing Gum

Many people favor this gum when they want to improve and sharpen their focus and concentration,

and Lotte Black Black meets their expectations with a refreshing cooling sensation and good taste.

Ingredients/Nutrition Facts

Lotte Black Black Gum Ingredients List

Sugar, Starch syrup, Dextrose, Reduced palatinose, Erythritol, Gelatin, Oolong tea extract, Ginkgo leaf extract, Chrysanthemum flower extract, Cacao extract, Gum base, Flavoring, Softener, Caffein, Colors (Cacao, Gardenia), Sweeteners (Aspartame, Phenylalanine compound, Acesulfame K)

Nutritional Values

Lotte Black Black Gum Nutrition Facts Label

Nutritional Values per Pack (9 Sticks)
Calories 80 kcal
Protein 0.2 g
Fat 0 g
Carbohydrates 20.3 g
Salt equivalents 0.007 g

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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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