(SPOT.ph) We've featured a lot of chocolate cakes here on SPOT—but we're not stopping anytime soon, and this time, we're shining the light on one that highlights Filipino flavors. Say hello to the Gooey Ganache Magic Tableya Cake, a special chocolate cake by Theo & Brom that's made with tablea.
Served in tubs, the Gooey Ganache Magic has a deeper, more robust flavor compared to other chocolate cakes around, thanks to Theo & Brom's use of the Tableya Filipina—their signature tablea that's made with single-origin cacao from Davao, using Belgian techniques. Texture-wise, it ticks all the right boxes, too, with its moist cake base draped in what they call the Gooey Ganache—a sticky, fudgy frosting with a similar earthy tablea flavor, and that makes every bite of the cake a hundred times more luscious.
You can get a 730-gram tub for P599, but you can also get it as 180-gram Baby Cakes at P1,395 for four—perfect for portion control! If you can't get enough of tablea, you can also get the Tableya Filipina for eating, making hot chocolate, or even baking with; a 150-gram pack goes for P399. Simply place your orders through their website; they deliver by the next day if you place your orders by 6 p.m.
Theo & Brom is a company that makes tablea using local cacao and Belgian techniques—making for a smoother, more refined tablea that you can bite into just like chocolate.
If you're hankering for even more chocolate cake, you'll be happy to know that there are a number of great-tasting versions in Manila. Just some of our other favorites are Big Al's Cookie Jar's Decadent Chocolate Cake, which topped our 2019 Top 10 Chocolate Cakes in Manila list, and Workshop's 17-Layer Chocolate Cake.
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