corn and tea These are the potatoes and pumpkins that my friend in Hokkaido sent me last weekend. This glossy goodness, weighty and heavy, looks really delicious. If the potatoes are steamed with the skin on and eaten with butter and salt, it's a British "jacket potato". Once in Covent Garden, London, I drank tea with milk in a large paper cup while eating this 'jacket potato'. The butter is salty and has a strong aroma, which also enhances the flavor of the potatoes. It's hot, it's warm, and the butter spreads out. So, when you drink milk tea, it's exquisite! Potato lovers can't stand it! ～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～ Actually, there was fresh corn in this box. I ate at This is also sweet, juicy and really delicious! I drank candy iced tea, and it went so well that I wanted to let the people of Hokkaido know about the compatibility of corn and iced tea. . . . . . Thanks to my friend who sent me this. Of course, I sent you fresh tea as a thank you.