Les canelés de saison | “Yuzu” et “Méli-Mélo”

    It is becoming colder. Of all the seasons, winter nights have the most beautiful views as they are full of bright first-magnitude stars in the sky. Did you know that some of the zodiac signs have ancient Japanese names too? For instance, Orion, the king of the winter sky was called “Tsudumi-boshi”, or “stars of drums” for its resemblance to Japanese hand drums. Though cold weather tends to make us walk quickly, it might be a great idea to stop and admire the beautiful, star-studded winter nights.Our pair of seasonal canelés for this month, “Yuzu (Citrus junos)” and “Meli-melo” are available from today, 1st of December.Yuzu canelés are with the jam from Kito, Tokushima which is made only from yuzu and honey inside, decorated with white sweet bean paste and yuzu peel on top. Please enjoy the fresh smell and the sourness.Meli-melo canelés are named after a French word meaning mishmash in English. It is very flavorful and rich with various fruits preserved in rum.