Personally, I loved the Passion Fruit & Mango best. I loved the crunch and contrast of the passion fruit seeds against the mango sorbet. Lemon & Ginger is reminiscent of salabat, it had this this soothing effect on my throat despite the fact that it was actually served frozen. Lychee & Vanilla is probably the flavor I liked the least, but it's mostly due to the fact that I hate lychee and would refuse to eat it if it were the last fruit on earth.
Of course, what's a summer indulgence without a luxurious cake to cap it off? Bizu unveils its latest masterpiece, the Yoga Cake. A light and delightful blend of passion fruit, yogurt, and lemon custard in between layers of genoise sponge cake.
What can I say? I loved the Yoga Cake. I admit, I've tasted many of Bizu Patisserie's cakes in the past but none has impressed me as much as the Yoga Cake. It's just divine. It's not overly sweet and the tartness of the fruits and the yogurt make for a truly refreshing dessert experience. The Yoga Cake comes in three sizes: Personal (P165), Midi (P625), and Grande (P1,255).
Photos courtesy of Bizu. For Bizu photos that I took and blogger event coverage, click HERE.
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