We’re constantly on the search for the most efficient ways to get desserts inside our tum-tums. And, if you’re anything like us, you’ve learned microwaves just don’t seem to melt donuts the right way, and countless blenders get ruined chasing the elusive taffy smoothie we’re certain can be a thing. But while we’re still working out the kinks in our personal snack-ovations, Beard Papa has gone and cracked the code on making their signature cream puffs drinkable.
Did we mention they’re only in Japan? We probably should have mentioned that. Apologies. However, you’re in luck should you find yourself on a Japanese vacation, have a spare 130 yen ($1.15USD), and the insatiable urge to think, “What even was that!?” for an entire day after downing can after can of the drinkable dessert. The canned confection is fairly similar to the cream puffs you’d get from a chain but tweaked slightly for drinkability, according to a recent post on Rocketnews24.com and a slightly jumbled Google-translated of a page on PRTimes.jp.
Considering all the unorthodox and weird things one can find in Japanese vending machines, a drinkable dessert is actually relatively tame. Plus, we probably shouldn’t judge since the U.S. are pioneers in the field of making strange food decisions. We’re looking at you, Burger King Mac’N’Cheetos.
What are your thoughts on the canned Beard Papa cream puff? If it ends up getting distributed world-wide, will this be your go-to pre-workout energy drink? Let’s discuss in the comments below!
Images: Beard Papa | PR Times
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