M'OISHÎ, the leading Japanese Mochi ice-cream provider in the GCC, is proudly created and owned by a Lebanese lady. Bringing the region a fine taste of authentic luxury in a panoply of exciting flavors, I was pleasantly surprised to taste such a quality and taste better than many international brands producing the same creations. Meet Carole, a passionate entrepreneur who knows what Japanese desserts are all about. From the GCC and soon all around the region, this amazing sweet craving will draw a smile on your face.
Mochi ice cream is the rice dough wrapping an indulgent ice cream. The dough is made of rice flour, sugar, corn powder and water warmed and mixed to form a smooth dough.
Mochi is a Japanese rice cake made by pounding glutinous rice into a paste and molding it into shapes which can be eaten right away or cured and dried for later use. Japanese farmers are said to eat mochi on cold winter days to increase their stamina. samurai took mochi to the battlefield because it was easy to carry and to prepare. the sound of samurai pounding mochi was a sign that they were about to go into battle.