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Jasmine & Mandarin Mini Bento - ENZE
Jasmine & Mandarin Mini Bento - ENZE
Jasmine & Mandarin Mini Bento - ENZE

Jasmine & Mandarin Mini Bento

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Fine imported Fujian Jasmine tea infused cream chiffon cake coupled with mandarin slices. Floral and fragrant with a subtle bitterness (tea tannins). 

Contains dairy, eggs, gluten and may contain traces of nuts

Minimum order amount to qualify for delivery is $30

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Limited Stock Available at:

📍 ENZE - Ryde 

📍 JOYMART - Chatswood Interchange 

📍 MIDOMART - Regent Place 




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Customer Reviews

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Matthew M. (Sydney, AU)

Not a bit fun of this particular cake. The taste is a little bit overpowering

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Sophia F. (Sydney, AU)
Perfect combination of Jasmine tea with mandarins

I was delighted by the burst of jasmine flavour on this light and not too sweet cake. It feels like you are having tea with cake all at the same time. The mandarins were fresh and the sponge and light cream blended perfectly.

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Claire (Sydney, AU)
Refreshing cake with very strong jasmine tea favour

This cake has a very strong jasmine tea favour, which is a bit too bitter to my taste. It would be much better if the mandarin favour is a bit strong to balance out the bitterness. However my friend actually really enjoyed it and love the combination with Mandarin.

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Wendy (Sydney, AU)
Love!

I love tea so I wanted to give this cake a try. I could really taste the jasmine tea in the cream and the mandarin was refreshing, pairs well with the slight sweet cream. The chiffon cake was light & airy, I really enjoyed eating this cake!

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Alicia (Sydney, AU)
Not too sweet ;)

The jasmine flavour was surprisingly bitter but in a balanced way that was delicious against the expected creamy sweeter tones, and the mandarin added a really nice refreshing pop. We really loved this flavour but I'd be careful introducing it to people who might be unfamiliar with Asian tea flavours in desserts.


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