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Holiday Gift Ideas

 

macaronBoxOf21

macaron holiday box of 21 – P1200

Christmas is fast approaching and the week is full of get-togethers and holiday parties.

Having an office potluck? Bring a box of macarons and everyone can pick their favorite flavor. We have a special Christmas collection which includes flavors such as: Caramel Apple, Passionfruit, Peppermint Snowflake, Coffee & Candied Orange, Pistachio Raspberry, Cookies & Cream, and Gingerbread Cream Cheese.

boxOf14Macarons

Macaron Box of 14 – Php850

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Insulated bag for Pudding – Php200

You can also stick with the classic favorites like Salted Caramel, Dark Chocolate, Earl Grey, Vanilla, Strawberry, Pistachio, and Red Velvet. You can choose from our boxes of 7, 14, and 21. Our box of 7 is Php385, box of 14 is Php850, and our box of 21 is Php1200.

Another crowd favorite are our dessert puddings and panna cottas in our signature jar. Each pudding is P110 each and you can opt to package them in our cute insulated bags for an additional P200.

Complete your holiday feast with an elegant macaron tower. Prices start at Php 5700 for a small tower.

Holiday Packaging

Holiday Gift Packaging

Small macaron tower - Php5700

Small macaron tower – Php5700

The Good Life

We recently catered a Russian and Japanese-themed dessert buffet for 40 people for an event hosted by Town & Country in Rockwell Proscenium’s Kirov model unit. Bruce Ricketts of Sensei Sushi and Margarita Fores of Cibo provided the main dinner selections, and the Rambla team manned the bar.

Dessert Buffet

Dessert Buffet

Russian Honey Cake

Russian Honey Cake

This was quite a fun event to work on since it had a unique theme. We didn’t have any issue with the Japanese theme, since we already have an arsenal of Japanese-inspired desserts, but the Russian theme required a bit of research. We decided to try a traditional Russian layered honey cake called Medovik. The recipe looked a bit time consuming, but our team was up for the challenge. We weren’t sure how it was supposed to taste because none of us ever tasted a real Russian honey cake, and so I just went with my palate. The cake was good but needed a bit of a zing. We decided to add some candied orange peel and it really brought the cake up to another level.

Rose Water Marshmallows

Rose Water Marshmallows

Another crowd favorite that night were our Rosewater Marshmallows. Most people have no idea how marshmallows are made. They are usually familiar with the jet puffed marshmallows that come in a packet in the supermarkets, but have never tasted homemade marshmallows. Let me tell you, these are little pieces of heaven. They are deceivingly soft, light, and delicate. We made ours with egg whites, gelatin, sugar and rose water. We topped it with chopped pistachios to give it a bit of crunch and a nice contrasting color.