Ninao Pain

sells, like the name suggests, bread. In Europe we would probably call it a milk bread, as it is slightly sweet and fluffy inside. This kind of bread used to be common in Taiwan, first introduced by the Japanese, who in turn copied it from the French brioche. Nowadays it has become increasingly difficult to find those traditionally made breads – until now. With a contemporary twist on the design and traditionally baked, one can now rediscover the flavours of your childhood (if you are Taiwanese that is). The variety of bread shapes inspired us to give Ninao Pain its distinct new look. (Pictures 1 and 4 ©Peace Image)