Japanese cheesecake is the luscious dessert that everyone is craving

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While Cheesecake Factory will always have its place in the dessert world, Japanese cheesecake is the luscious dessert that deserves to be on the plate. Even though people love their mochi or even those specialty Kit Kat flavors, this dessert is a must try.

Even though the name is Japanese cheesecake, the reality is that this dessert does not have the typical denser texture. Usually, this dessert has a fluffy, almost like a set custard. Usually topped with powdered sugar, it has almost a jiggly appearance. While not a soufflé, it is lighter yet quite delicious.

According to Food52, the method for making Japanese cheesecake is different from the other dessert. Even though it is somewhat complicated, the process does bring out that light, airy texture.

While some people have taken to try this recipe at home, there is another option on the table. Asian e-grocer Weee! is offering LeTAO Cheesecake.

Sourced from Hokkaido, the location is a foodie haven. LeTAO offers a variety of specialty cheesecakes. One of the popular flavors is a Double Fromage. According to the brand, the flavor consists of “two layers of mascarpone, fresh Hokkaido cream and milk, and Australian cream cheese.” Many people have described this dessert as melt in your mouth.

Currently, Weee! offers LeTAO Fromage Double Matcha Cheesecake, LeTAO Japanese Chocolate Double Cheesecake and LeTao Strawberry Fraise Double Cheesecake. These desserts can be delivered directly to your home.

If you want to try this specialty dessert, place an order with Weee. Whether it is a tasty treat while watching the Olympics or bringing a taste of Tokyo 2020 to the table after the Olympic flame is extinguished, it is a flavor that will leave a lasting impression.

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Have you tried Japanese cheesecake? What do you think of the dessert?