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Hokey pokey!

by Hikaru
(Tokyo)

NZ hokey pokey ice cream

NZ hokey pokey ice cream

Do you know "hokey pokey"? It's a flavor of ice cream in NZ!

Hokey pokey consists of plain vanilla ice cream with small, solid lumps of honeycomb toffee.

It's so nice. Two years ago, I was in NZ for two weeks. Then I tried a lot of hokey pokey ice cream because each ice cream shop has each original taste!! So, you can enjoy various hokey pokeys in NZ.

One of the nicest hokey pokeys (just for me!) is shown above. Oops, my mouth is watering! XD

And now, I have good news for you guys. You can get NZ-made hokey pokey ice cream in some supermarkets of Japan!! It is exported to Japan!!! (I found it at a supermarket in CHIBA!)

If you have a chance, you should try it!!

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