Saturday, June 29, 2013

Mitsuya Cider

Hey everyone!
Today I have some Mitsuya Cider from Asahi Brewing. The same company that makes the Asahi beer.
Some background on it is that it was all started in 1884. Cider over in the east has a little bit of a different meaning than it does here in United State. It was usually produced in these metal bottles until recently when they produce them in plastic. Glad I got this one though. they also come with a lot of other flavors that I hope one day I get to try. 
It came in a little aluminum can that has a screw off top like you see below. You can keep it not refrigerated but before you drink I highly recommend that you do before drinking it. Now this "Cider" says online that it is like a cross of Sprite and ginger ale. My first sip actually reminded me a lot like a ginger ale for sure. It is refreshing & sparkling just like the bottle says. It has a lot of carbonation and Now I guess for importing matters they slapped the label on the back of it in English for Nutrition Value. This bottle is short though it's only 300mL but fits perfect in the hand.

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It is like a clear soda color but has a slight tint like a ginger ale does. It really is nice to drink and glad that it comes in a twist off top in case you don't finish it you can put the top on and place right back in the fridge. I only recommend that you keep it around for a bit after open because it will go flat probably.

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From Mr. Tea
Here is an extra for you guys, a commercial!

Info from Wikipedia

Friday, June 14, 2013


Hey Everyone!
This is a new blog that I am starting with my girl friend. We both decided to start this up because we both have a passion for Asian foods. She is actually a soon to be chef and well I'm not but I blog for a hobby haha. We both also love Asian cultures and I went to Japan last year. This blog is for the review of foods, products and such. We would review food products we would get from a store if it was made in an Asian country so not in USA. I will review drinks and tea's and of course foods. We might make a meal out of something and review the meal using that product as a whole. We mostly wanted to try out a bunch of different things at some of the local Asian food markets and share our experiences with everyone!
I hope this works out and should be fun.