So indulgent, you’d never guess it was popular as a health drink. Discover fun flavours and interesting recipes with our soy drink round-up.
Soy drink seems to have existed in Japan since the middle ages, however the tasty sweet beverage we know today really came into being in the 20th century with delicious improvements in the way it was made.
These days there are all kinds of flavours and ways to enjoy soy drink. Japanese people drink an average of 2 litres a year and it’s famous across the world as natural soft drink.
Let’s Get Cooking
Soy drink isn’t just great for quaffing, you can use it for all kinds of recipes. We love using soy drink in matcha lattes, especially using flavoured soy drinks like matcha or malted flavours. Soy drink is also a great alternative to dairy in many puddings and desserts.
Traditional Japanese sweets like Brown Sugar Soy Milk Pudding are particularly hassle free as there’s no need to use additional thickeners or setting agents like adapted dairy free recipes.
|Marusanai Kumamon Carrot Soy Drink||Marusanai Black Sesame and Honey Soy Drink||Marusanai Soy Drink|
|Marusanai Low Calorie Malt Coffee Soy Drink||Marusanai 100% Soy Drink||Marusanai Low Calorie Soy Drink|
|Marusanai Roasted Green Tea Soy Drink||Marusanai Matcha Green Tea Soy Drink||Marusanai Malt Flavour Soy Drink|
Want to make yours a soy? Try the wide range of flavours and styles available to buy online at Japan Centre.