The owner prompted us to choose her tiramisu as this common creation might be easier to compare with the others we have tried so far. Indeed, this is one of the better tiramisu we have tried.
Unlike rum which is commonly used in most tiramisu, B Bakery has theirs served with marsala wine which according to the owner, is what original Italian tiramisu are supposed to be. However, Yuan and I personally felt that masala is generally milder and lacks the punch when compared to rum.
After reading one of Ice's recent entries, I have started to pay more attention to the firmness of mascarpone cheese and this one seems to fit her description in which it is firm enough to hold the sponges. However, I personally prefer mascarpone cheese mixed with zabaglione custard or creme anglaise for a lighter touch.
Last thing to point out, the amount of cocoa powder sprinkled on the tiramisu was too much, hence providing a dry layer. We actually dusted the excess off and felt that it tasted better with lesser cocoa powder.
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Tel: 6293 9010