Whether they change subtly from lemon balm to mint or, more spectacularly, from chestnut to beet-soaked marron glacé, candies from Little MOTHERHOUSE are impregnated with elegant gradations that permeate both the bar and the packaging. The white chocolate sweets are produced from cocoa beans grown on a farm in Sulawesi, Indonesia, and then naturally dyed with fruits, teas and other edible products. Their luxurious aesthetics blend with equally sumptuous flavors, such as yuzu black pepper, matcha raspberry and blackcurrant brandy, all of which coincide with one of Japan’s four seasons. Choose a single bar, or more realistically, try all twelve, by visiting the designer’s store.