At first, the vanilla-flavored marshmallow starts out as a closed bud, but then when it hits the hot liquid cocoa, it opens up to reveal a white flower with a chocolate truffle surprise in the center.
Sadly this aesthetically beautiful, yet simple delight is only served at the Tokyo outpost of Ansel’s bakery, for now that is. You can also get a pink sakura marshmallow placed in a mug of hot matcha tea, just in time for cherry blossom season in Japan.
You can check out these sugary flowers in action below:
A lot of people like seeing the #cherryblossom trees when they are in full bloom, but my favorite time is just as they are falling. It snows pink petals every time the wind blows by. This is what's happening now in #Tokyo. Our take on the @dabjapan for this weekend until the #Sakura are gone is on a #matcha latte with a pink sakura blossom with yuzu bonbon.