The roaster who helped him make this blend is Shun Ogiwara from "WAKO".
[Silk Worm Blend | Drip Pack / Powder Pack]
"I want to make something that symbolizes products for the spread of insect food," says Kazuki.
Insect food YouTuber "Kon Tuber", insect food activist Kazuki.
He is an active university student in Nara prefecture, Japan, and is engaged in activities to popularize insect food.
Kazuki was helped by a young roaster, Shun Ogiwara, who sympathized with his passion.
Shun Ogiwara is a roaster at "WAKO".
"WAKO" offers specialty coffee at 3 stores in Osaka, Japan.
Kazuki and Shun Ogiwara repeated trial and error from many edible insect ingredients handled at Bugs Farm.
Please enjoy the three kinds of special blended coffee that have been completed as a result of their trial and error.
The features of the completed three types are as follows
- "Silk worm blend" where you can enjoy the sourness of Guatemalan beans and the richness of silk worms
- "Glass hopper blend" using grasshoppers that are easy to eat and have few habits like mild Colombian beans
- "Cricket blend (dark roast)" that blended dark roasted Brazilian Santos beans and scented crickets
Development cooperation: WAKO
Silk Worm Blend Coffee ( using Guatemalan Beans )
A blend of Guatemalan beans, which tend to have distinctive fruits and aromas, and silk worms (silk moths), which grow on only "mulberry leaves" that have been bred since ancient times in Japan.
|Raw material||Coffee powder, edible silk worm powder|
|Internal capacity||Drip pack (10g) /
Powder pack (100g)
|Preservation method||After opening,
Please keep it in the refrigerator and use it as soon as possible.
|Manufacturer||3-10-3 Horyujinishi, Ikaruga Town, Nara Prefecture, Japan
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- Allergies shrimp, crab
- If you are allergic to crustaceans such as shrimp and crab, please refrain from eating.
This is because the outer shell of arthropods contains chitin.