How AMC’s ‘The Terror’ Uses American History to Delive…33 Killed in Suspected Arson Attack on Kyoto Animation Studio in Japan Stay on target If you’re a fan of sushi rice, you probably know it tastes sweeter than regular rice. It’s flavored with a special type of vinegar that gives it a very distinct taste. If you’re a fan of this kind of flavor, consider tasting it in a cola. That’s exactly what Japanese sushi restaurant Kurazushi did with its Shari Cola brand, which took the flavor of the rice and made a kind of creamy cola beverage. Now the taste of said cola beverage lives on in the form of Shari Cola Cream Puffs.via prw.kyodonews.jpTo celebrate one year’s worth of Shari Cola, Shari Cola Cream Puffs are out on the market, with vinegar rice and cream and sugar inside of a delicious pastry. Essentially it’s a mix of vinegar, whipped cream, carbonation fermented rice that’s been malted, and other ingredients inside of choux pastry. It honestly doesn’t sound very tasty, but it’s got to be some sort of popular, as people seem to enjoy Shari Cola very much in Japan.The cream puffs are weird as it is, and you probably won’t be able to pick any up if you’re not local, but there’s also something even weirder: a Shari Cola Shaved Ice, which runs you about one dollar at supermarkets in Japan. It doesn’t sound too appetizing either, but to each his own, right?AdChoices广告vi prw.kyodonews.jpThere’s always some new taste in Japan, and usually, I’m kind of interested in trying it out, but I’m not so sure I really want fermented sushi rice as the ingredient in one of my favorite drinks or even sweets. I’ll take a regular cream puff, please.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.