These Cheese Cups Make You Feel Like You're Biting Into A Cloud Of Cheese!

We're never going down from this cheese heaven!

IMAGE Bea Faicol

Kumori, which peddles freshly baked Japanese treats, recently launched the new Fuwari Cheese Cups ("Fuwari" means fluffy). Get a scoopful and you will see that there are three layers that makes Fuwari cheese cups simple but so delicious: there’s the creamy cheese filling on the top, a soft sponge cake in the middle, and a crunchy crumble base. 

 


Treat yourself to this velvety Japanese cheese souffle!


No one layer overpowers the other. The cheese filling almost feels like biting into a cloud of cheese—it’s moist, with an almost undercooked center (as soufflés should be). The cheese filling and the sponge cake melts together inside your mouth, the biscuit base gives it just enough of a crunchy texture. 

 


There are three ways to enjoy these Fuwari cheese cups: warm (reheat in an oven); chilled, fresh out of the refrigerator; and frozen, similar to cheese ice cream in cookie cups!


If you’re really craving for quality cheese, a cup (P60) or two of these would be more than enough! (P355 for a box of 6). And just so you know what you should look for once you’re there, look for the small, bright, red containers!


Kumori is now baking at the following branches: Robinsons Galleria, Landmark Makati, SM Makati, SM North EDSA, U.P. Town Center, Robinsons Place Manila, SM Mall of Asia, and Ayala Malls Cloverleaf. For more information, follow Kumori on Facebook and Instagram!

 

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