You Can Spread Coffee On Your Toast In Japan

Mark your calendars. March 1, 2017 will be one to remember because on that day, people in Japan will be able to put coffee on their toast. What a time to be alive.

[Image via Curazy]

According to Curazy, Snow Brand Milk is releasing a spreadable version of its coffee to mark the 55th anniversary of its release. 

If you've ever had Snow Brand Milk's Coffee, you'll know it's rather creamy and sweet, so it should make a good toast spread.

Coffee you can eat isn't a first for Snow Brand. Back in 2015, it released a pudding-like "Edible Snow Brand Coffee," with a creamy topping, coffee middle and a caramel sauce bottom.

[Image: Foods Channel] You can watch a rather clinical look at this desert right here from YouTuber Foods Channel.


    Too make things more difficult they actually combined the words Toast & Coffee together & called it "Toffee" Spread. ...I might have made that up.

    Eh, it's nothing new. My local supermarket has had coffee yogurt for years and STEEM (Coffee flavoured Peanut Butter) has been around for a couple of years now. The biggest problem is going to be how they handle the coffee flavour. STEEM's problem according to most reviews was that the coffee taste didn't mix well with the peanut butter taste so you basically had bad tasting peanut butter or terrible tasting coffee. If they are using thick cream then it might work but it depends on how much the coffee taste comes through.

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