The saga of the Blue and Red Dragon Rolls has come to a screeching halt.
While many have lauded the rolls as a unique take on the sushi tradition, many others have pointed to their high cost, limited freshness, and poor flavor.
With the launch of the Dragon Roll Sushi Train in the spring of 2018, a number of sushi restaurants have announced plans to stop selling the rolls, but that decision was not universally welcomed.
Now, several restaurants have started selling the Dragon Rolls as an alternative to sushi, with one restaurant in Omaha, Nebraska, announcing that they will begin selling them in 2019.
The original Blue and Green Dragon Rolls were created in 1991.
The Japanese restaurant chain Daisakusai began marketing them in 1996, with the first rolls in 1997.
While the Blue Dragon Roll is a classic version of the roll, the Red Dragon Roll, as the name suggests, is an alternative, offering the traditional Japanese taste of the rolls.
The Red Dragon roll is made with a mix of white rice and seaweed, which gives it a lighter and more refreshing flavor.
While the Red and Blue Dragon Rolls have the same name, they differ greatly in their taste.
The Blue Dragon roll features a sweet, savory, and slightly spicy flavor that is complemented by a milder sweetness.
However, the Dragon roll has an incredible price tag: $5.99 per roll.
This is more than three times the price of a regular roll, and many are unsure if they will make a profit selling the roll.
Some restaurants are also starting to make more than the original Blue Dragon rolls.
In 2016, a sushi restaurant in Washington, D.C., announced plans for a new sushi restaurant, called the Daisuke-san, which will offer the Red, Blue, and Green dragon rolls.
Since the Daiseysan is a new restaurant, many of the restaurant’s customers are unsure about the long-term future of the Daisseysan.
The new restaurant is still under construction, and no details have been released on its opening date.
A new company, Daisaki Sushi, is also looking to revive the Blue, Green, and Red dragon rolls, with plans to sell them to restaurants and bars in Japan in 2019 as well.
Many are worried that the Blue Roll, which has had so many negative reviews, may lose popularity if the rolls are discontinued.
However, a survey conducted by Japanese research firm IRI International found that 80 percent of respondents believe that the rolls will become popular again.
As long as they stay fresh, the Blue Rolls are a favorite among sushi restaurants and will continue to be available in restaurants for decades to come.
Photo credit: Daisaku Sushi source Breitbart Tech