Gluten-Free Cut Baum
In this baumkuchen, Japanese-grown Yamadanishiki rice is used instead of wheat flour. It has a moister and chewier texture compared to baumkuchen made with wheat flour. And, of course, it’s gluten-free. The factory is located in a naturally rich area called Kai-gun in Gifu Prefecture. It’s a confectionery created with clean water and air.
Common allergens: egg, milk, soy
Also contains: almonds