Belgium chocolate maker Godiva, which was purchased by Turkish food tycoon Ülker Group in 2008, will debut a new treat—the Godiva Ice Cream Truffle—in Japan to welcome the coming of summer 2010.
The Godiva Ice Cream Truffle looks just like any chocolate truffle you’ve had, but has an incredibly rich taste due to its premium ice cream.
While something like this would usually cost a lot of money, the yummy combination is attached with a tag of around 399 yen(about $4 USD) for each, with flavors including strawberry, ivory chocolate and dark chocolate.
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