Alas, you can now drink red velvet cake
This Mandaluyong cafe is redefining how you like your dessert.
(SPOT.ph) To those who might be tired of using a fork and chewing, a cafe in Mandaluyong has come up with a solution to satisfy your sweet needs with barely any effort.
Le Miel Cafe, the pretty pink French affair at Greenfield District, has come up with a liquid red velvet cake. It's an idea we can't quite declare as genius or cray-cray, but in this cold weather, a warm cup of anything is welcome.
The cafe has added to their repertoire of lattes and cakes with the in-between: the "Red Velvet Cake Drink," which has yet to have an official name and is launching at an introductory P100 price tag. It's made by blending the crimson chocolate cake and steaming it to create a warm and frothy drink. You might have seen a cake-flavored latte before, but this is purely a sip-friendly confection. You might as well drink the batter—though this is much safer.
La Miel Cafe is at Greenfield District, Mandaluyong City. Other must-tries include a Matcha Latte, Bingsu or Korean halo-halo, Gateau Fudge Chocolat, and cheesecakes.
Photo courtesy of @lemielcafe