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Cedele celebrates Father's Day with the Caramel Sea Salt Tiramisu Cake


Father's Day from Cedele

 

Any man can be a father, but it takes someone special to be a Dad.

It is said that the way to a man's heart is through his stomach, and with Father's Day just around the corner, Cedele has introduced a sweet affair to celebrate the event.

It's always nice to have some father-child bonding time while celebrating the moment with a cake. 

 

Introducing the Caramel Sea salt Tiramisu Cake

 

To celebrate Father's Day, Cedele has come up with a new creation: the Caramel Sea salt Tiramisu Cake.

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This Father's Day specialty features a moist Expresso & Kahlua-laced cake, Walnuts and smooth Mascarpone Cheese. To top it off, this ensemble is frosted with Meringue and Dark Chocolate bits.

This combination may sound a little strange and over-the-top, and I cannot deny that this is a bold experiment. But if this is an experiment, Cedele has succeeded in creating a lovely new flavour.

This cake will satisfy those of you with a sweet tooth. Although it belongs to the sweeter end, it is adequately sweet without being overwhelming - we didn't get sick of it despite having a few slices each. Also, I'm not a big fan of tiramisu, but I thought the cake was pretty pleasant.

 

Prices and other information

 

The Caramel Sea salt Tiramisu Cake is available in all Cedele stores from 31st May - 29th June. Whole cakes retail at $55 and slices are available at $7 each.

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The locations of Cedele's outlets can be found here.

 

About Cedele

 

Cedele started out as a bakery in Singapore in 1997 and has since become a destination for delicious and nutritious food. They champion naturally healthy ingredients and is known for excluding artificial flavourings in their creations. Cedele brings to quality and delicious food that are made from scratch daily.


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