Mint chocolate has taken South Korea by storm! While it is a widely debated topic as not everyone finds it appetizing, it’s still popular enough that you can find a mint chocolate flavor of just about everything these days. You can literally find it everywhere, not just in ice cream.
You can find it also in unconventional snacks like almonds for a sweet and salty taste. That doesn’t sound too bad, does it?
There are even some more unusual choices like mint chocolate ramen noodles… They even add Oreo!
We can’t forget the very controversial mint choco fried chicken. Baedal Minjok even has an online option available in which you can get ingredients to prepare it yourself at home!
Well, maybe not everything, it turns out… An Ahgase on Twitter recently asked him his thoughts about the new trend of mint chocolate savory foods, including traditional Korean favorite foods such as tteokbokki (spicy rice cakes) and fried chicken.
Would you try either of these since you like mint chocolate?
— 레이첼¨ | 08.26 SOMO : FUME 💿 D-8 (@magnetic_jb) August 16, 2021
Surprisingly, he actually seemed to be on the side of anti-mint chocolate this time! Even this mint-choco fan was repulsed at the flavor combination this time. Some things just don’t belong with mint and chocolate!
TBH… no, I think I’ll pass.
— JAY B
솔직히 이건좀 어려울듯요…
— JAY B (@jaybnow_hr) August 17, 2021
He has defended his pro-mint chocolate agenda many times…
— ddalche 🎀 (@ddalche) December 11, 2020
— ddalche 🎀 (@ddalche) March 21, 2020
Yet, when it comes to this version of mint chocolate, he just can not. You know it’s not good if Jay B doesn’t even want to try it!