Strawberry shortcake is always delicious, no matter how you take it. Eating the actual cake, in a pudding, in a candy, or in some sort of drink, like a milkshake, it doesn’t matter. Its instantly recognizable and delicious flavor is one that you’ll definitely want to savor. Now you can drink it from a can, thanks to a new Japanese drinkable dessert from DyDo Drinco. The Rich Grand Time Shake and Drink Sweet Shortcake is coming out on November 28, and it sounds absolutely delicious.The drink features a strawberry extract from the Amao variety that’s grown right in the Fukuoka Prefecture on the island of Kyushu as well as fresh cream from the area of Hokkaido. It’s supposed to mimic the sweet and savory taste of a strawberry shortcake, and it sounds as though it’ll probably do an excellent job of doing just that. You’re meant to shake up the drink to your desired consistency before drinking, because depending on how much you shake it, you’ll get a different kind of texture while you drink. Yummy!via prw.kyodonews.jpDyDo Drinco originally surveyed over 1,000 people to find out what kind of cake Japanese citizens liked to eat the most, with strawberry shortcake winning out over eight other kinds of cake in the running. It’s a sweet new treat that will be available for about $1.40 at special JR East train stations, just like the roasted sweet potato drink we talked about not too long ago. It probably would taste better cold over hot, so make sure you get a chilled version before drinking down this strawberry-themed sugar rush. For an even more decadent treat, why not pour one of these drinks all over a strawberry shortcake and see how that works out for you? Just watch those sugars. They’ll creep up on you super quick.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.