Beautiful flowers suspended in gelatin make Tokyo based Havaro’s Bavarian cream desserts exceptional. Sold only in Ichibangai shopping area in Tokyo Station, these treats contain real flower petals and sell for a little over $2 apiece. They are difficult to make, and the shop often sells out.

The name “Havaro” is based on the Japanese word for flower and the pronunciation of the word “Bavarois.” Marie-Antoine Carême is sometimes credited with the creation of the dessert in its non-floral form, and it was included in his repertoire of French Grande cuisine.

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