Puto Bumbong Taisan Is an Actual Thing and We're Amazed
There's a quezo de bola taisan, too.
(SPOT.ph) Can you believe we're already halfway through September, a.k.a. the first of the 'Ber months? In this country, that means it's practically the start of Christmas—and while the current situation doesn't exactly feel very festive, that doesn't mean you can't spread a bit of cheer by enjoying (and sharing) food with the flavors we associate with the holidays. How does taisan flavored with a classic post-simbang-gabi treat sound? That's right: Puto Bumbong Taisan exists, courtesy of catering company The Creamery Catering.
The Puto Bumbong Taisan consists of a fluffy purple chiffon base frosted generously with smooth buttercream, dessicated coconut, and muscovado sugar. It captures the sweet, buttery taste of its namesake pastry but in a light and fluffy form that'll keep you coming back. Best of all, it's totally affordable at just P235 a loaf—making it perfect for giving away or enjoying for yourself.
Aside from the Puto Bumbong, The Creamery Catering's also got taisan in other festive flavors. The Quezo de Bola (P260) is a sweet-and-salty treat with generous shavings of the said cheese, while the Ube (P185) gives you the nutty, creamy profile of the ube-cheese pairing.
Try these cakes for yourself by ordering through The Creamery Catering's order form or giving them a call, and booking your own courier (such as Grab or Lalamove) to pick it up between 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
this strange new world.