The "Simple-minded dog" and "Flying dragon" designs on the cups were an unconventional twist on disposable containers. The addition of the flimsy plastic lid, however, was rather on the amusing side
As I peeled away the Scotch tape from the cardstock carrier to reveal something supposedly scented with hints of spices and citrus, lo and behold, the surface was shiny and smooth. Pale yellow in hue and slightly jiggly to touch, it was almost reminscent of Pompompurin's best-lovd secret: Japanese-style caramel pudding.
I was disappointed, and reasonably so, for the $2.99 purchases hadn't honoured the description it had been assigned. The pudding was delicious nonetheless, but probably undeserving of its price tag.
The associated price tag of $21.99 remained consistent, but it was odd to think that they had swapped the base flavours with such minimal effort.