The first item you got this month is the WAI WAI Instant Noodles. These noodles are not bad, I ate them raw because I could read the instructions on how to make these but they tasted like lobster and they were really good. They probably would have been better cooked.
Next we the Ellse Layered Pandan Flavored Cake with white cream. For you guys that don't know Pandan is a tropical tree. It does not smell like a tree, it smells like a Twinkie. I liked this think, if you have ever had a Twinkie, that is what this tastes like. It is very fluffy and melts in your mouth. You can not taste the cream that much, that is the only problem with this.
You also get some Cha Leaf which is Chrysanthemum Green Tea. Chrysanthemum is a flower in the daisy family. Surprising enough when it comes to this tea, you can smell flowers but you only taste the green tea. It is good and not too strong or weak.
The Next item is the Pipo Jelly which is Carrageenan Jelly and it comes in different flavors. Carrageenan is a substance extracted from red and purple seaweeds. You get a red one and clear one. They come in little plastic cone containers. They smell really sweet. There is not a whole lot flavor but they are good. I can't really determine the flavor though.
The third to final item is the Mildy: Marshmallow with assorted filling. At first it tasted good but the more and more you chew on it, the worse the taste gets.
Second to last item you get is the Adjitsuke Nori. This is Roasted seasoned seaweed. It just tastes like how seaweed would taste. there is nothing special about that.
The last item is the Bakery Ball Chocolate Flavor. This is a Crispy baking flour with chocolate filling. This just tastes like how a chocolate filled cookie.
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