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Ice cream truffle

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The newest addition to Godiva Japan's lineup is a bite-sized ice cream truffle, featuring two types of ice cream -- caramel and green tea. Price: 399 yen for two.

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That looks delicious!

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I kind of want to try this, haha. Too bad I don't have an extra 399 yen lying around for one bite of ice cream.

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Nobody know the truffles I've seen...

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ooooh yummmmmm Godiva, is like the best chocolate ever,,,,im a chocoholic,,,dont even try to tell me different my closest store is 20 mins away by train,,which is lucky for my wallet,,,or i should say my husbands wallet <3

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mmmm, it should be delicious))

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Please, JT, don't post anything ice cream-related. I'm on diet here.Last time I dreamed about eating croissants, this time it will be ice cream.

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alright! must be about 1 yen per calorie - awesome.

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399 yen for 2 tiny little Godiva truffles that I'm 99.99% sure don't taste anywhere near as good as a Hershey's bar with almonds which is several times bigger yet costs less.

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Sarge, one word for you - "PARM" by Eskimo. Red box, creamy vanilla icecream coated in chocolate. Outstanding ice cream - best there is in the 100- 130yen class.

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@Sarge: These are ice cream, NOT chocolates so the comparison with Hershey's is not applicable.

@Carcharodon: I've always been partial to another Eskimo product, "Pino." But "Parm" is yummy, too. Their commercial with Terao Akira where he says he loves "ice" drives me nuts, though because I hate when Japanese says they like to eat "ice" rather than "ice cream."

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