Seoki Konpeito is a colourful sugar confectionery that was introduced from Portugal during the Muromachi period. By rolling the dough in a cauldron for many days while applying heat and sprinkling honey, the characteristic "weapon" of konpeito is produced. Moderately sweet, this candy is a nostalgic treat for those who grew up in Japan.
[Please note that you can still consume products past the best before date, as it is not the expiry date]
Granulated Sugar, Flavouring, Colouring (Red 3, Yellow 4, Blue 1)