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Raspberry Pistachio Mousse Cake -Whole Size

Raspberry Pistachio Mousse has layer of chocolate dacquoise, pistachio cream, raspberry mousse, rhubarb compote, and chocolate almond streusel.

Special Chocolate Strawberry Cake

🍓Imagine rich layers of moist chocolate cake infused with the sweet freshness of strawberries
🍓Topped with luscious chocolate ganache and adorned with fresh strawberries


$ 68
Earl Grey Cassis Mousse cake is a layer of early grey chestnut cream, cassis confit, earl grey mousse and biscuit.


$ 68
Lime mousse with pineapple mint compote, lemon lime cream and lime almond streusel

Yogurt Mango Mousse

Yogurt Mango mousse has a layer of mango pineapple passionfruit compote, passionfruit cream, yogurt mousse, and almond biscuit.

Lime Pineapple Mousse Cake

Lime mousse with pineapple mint compote, lemon lime cream and lime almond streusel

Basque Cheesecake

This burnt basque cheesecake is enveloped in a caramelized crust with a creamy, rich interior.

Cream Cake

Strawberry Cream Cake 🍰


It has vanilla sponge with fresh strawberries and whipped cream.

What Is Tiramisu?


The name tiramisù comes from the Italian tiramisù, meaning “pick me up” or “cheer me up.” And that’s the perfect way to describe this rich and decadent Italian dessert. Some records state that Tiramisù originated in Treviso, Italy in 1800, but other records state that it originated from an idea by pastry chef Loly Linguanotto in the late 1960’s. Even though its exact origins have been debated, what we know for sure is that you’re going to love it.




Tiramisu is an elegant and rich layered Italian dessert made with delicate ladyfinger cookies, espresso or instant espresso, mascarpone cheese, eggs, sugar, Marsala wine, rum and cocoa powder. Through the grouping of these diverse ingredients, an intense yet refined dish emerges. The delicate flavor of layers of mascarpone and Italian custard are contrasted with the darkly robust presence of espresso and sharpness of cocoa powder. The name itself, tiramisu, means “pick me up” in Italian most likely referring to the two caffeinated ingredients that are present in the dish, espresso and cocoa.

Why You’ll Love Tiramisu

Tiramisù is a layered no-bake dessert consisting of ladyfingers soaked with coffee and rum, then layered with a whipped mixture of sugar, eggs and the creamy, sweet mascarpone cheese sprinkled with cocoa. You wouldn’t believe how easy it is to whip up this incredible dessert. With just 7 ingredients and no baking, tiramisù is a simple treat that is sure to impress.