Japan's Hottest Treat is a Floating Flower Dessert Made of Gelatin

By: Jana Pijak - Jun 3, 2015
References: hana-no-babaroa & demilked
These flower infused jello desserts are not your average version of the childhood treat and are custom crafted in Tokyo's Havaro patiserrie. Inspired by cream pastries from Bavaria, Havaro carries decorative jello desserts that feature floating flowers arrangements and are great taste to boot.

In addition to being striking to look at, these desserts include fresh flower ingredients that add a layer of bitterness to a sugary ingredient base. Together, these flavors balance one another out and are blended in Havaro's miniature and large-scale products.

Japanese pastry shop Havaro earned its name from a combination of words "hana" and "Bavarois." "Hana" is not only the Japanese word for flower but is also used to describe traditional Bavarian sweets. Its products blend taste with aesthetics and are a must when visiting Tokyo.