The Italian classic, made with marsala mascarpone mousse, finger sponge soaked in coffee, white rum and brandy. A closer look...
From Canelé Pâtisserie Chocolaterie's website... The whole version...
The sliced version...
I led Yuan into the temptation of eating Tiramisu again. Anyway, I didn’t enjoy this as much as our highlighted favourite 4. Although the savoiardi is well-soaked with espresso and liquour but I thought the texture was pretty grainy and rough. In addition, I didn’t like the mascarpone cheese; it wasn’t the richy and creamy like tcc, da Paolo, Prego and Ricciotti nor light with a tint of freshness like BakerZin and Aroma. In short, I didn’t pass it even though Yuan felt that it deserved to be in our favourite 4.
This is the first tiramisu which i have eaten that is more to the sweet side. It has this layer of jelly (or syrup?) over the top which probably accounts for the sweetness. Light cheese taste and slightly stronger liquour taste. Overall I would say that it is one of the better Tiramisu I have tried.
Canelé Pâtisserie Chocolaterie (Raffles City Shopping Centre )
252 North Bridge Road,
#B1-81/82 Raffles City Shopping Centre,
Tel: 6334 7377
Operating hours - 11am to 10pm daily