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No idea why this one is butt naked. For a moment I tot it was upside down haha.

Completely unlike the tiramisu, this was a proper cheesecake with hints of Milo. Still very enjoyable if you didn't expect a strong Milo taste.

Overall I'm sure I made it abundantly clear that I'm a fan of them. I really appreciate the different crusts too, which pair well with each cheesecake flavour. Their crust is generally crumbly and rather cake like, which works well with the mousse texture of the cake. And burpple beyond really makes it very worth it, 3 for 3 is a massive difference from their usual 1 for 4 promo. The price really stacks up, considering the rather small size of their cheesecakes(which is perfect for those who don't want something too heavy like most health-conscious people nowadays I guess). It's definitely my go-to for well executed, reasonably priced cheesecake and personally I feel it's very underrated, mainly because of their trite aggressive advertisement campaign. Now I'm a fan and I hope more people give them a try, the quality is really there.

My top picks are:
1. Triple fromage
2. Yuzu lemon
3: Tiramisu (personal reasons, I don't take alcohol so a good tiramisu slice is hard to come by)

I'm not recommending the Basque burnt cheesecake cos I saw the standard isn't consistent, though the one I had was pretty good, and Basque cheesecakes usually come at literally twice the price lol(albeit slightly bigger slice). So if you're a lucky person, you can consider getting a slice when the top looks good, since it's rare to find a good one at this price point.

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Seriously what's with the names lol it's really as necessary as can be

This was the least cheesecake-esque out of all the cheesecakes. It's just a tiramisu cake. Nonetheless, it's very good with a strong coffee punch and great soaked layer that is controlled perfectly so that it doesn't become soggy. Mascarpone layer was super light too. Get this if u want an awesome tiramisu slice(halal, so no alcohol which is perfect for me), not if you're looking for a tiramisu-flavoured cheesecake

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The other components were quite good, but I don't really understand the need for the dry cake/bread infesting the rest of the mousse. It really affects the texture, so cost issue? Their mango mousse is good so I assume the good mangoes needed are expensive?

Pedestrian, doesn't hold a candle to their other creations. Don't get this no matter how much u love durian, not only cos it's average, but also cos the other cakes are so good.

This one was pretty good as well. It's still a cheesecake, with mild aroma of tea and coffee perfuming the entire cake.

P.S. I advise blasting it for 10seconds after you pull the cakes out of the fridge to get that molten texture while still remaining cold.

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Really good. Not only was it super fluffy, the yuzu and lemon further increased the seeming lightness of the cheesecake. Nonetheless there was still a lot of flavour and the sourness is quite muted, which is the perfect balance for someone who doesn't like sour food. A must try!

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Bought 4 and got 1 free. Flavours from top to bottom:

- Apple Of My Eye (5.90/slice)which is a Apple Crumble flavour. Really good and strong apple crumble with the cinnamon shining and apples tart n crunchy. Reminds me of Mcdonald’s apple pie but cold with just the filling. Enjoyable tho as a cheesecake not sure if it is.

- Charred Eclipse ($5.90/slice) which is supposed to be the basque cheesecake. Too sour and not enough burn on the top to give that caramelised and charred flavour. Skip this.

- Maneki Neko ($7.90/slice) which is tangy lemon and yuzu. So so good no doubt favourite of all from the lot. The yuzu and the cake aspect goes so well together. Might just get it as a whole cake next time 👌

- Naughty and Nice ($5.90/slice) which is the devil’s chocolate has a good bitter chocolatey flavour which is rich in depth. Good as a chocolate cake but then the chocolate too rich it covers the cream cheese flavour.

- King Cat of the Mountain ($7.90/slice) which is the durian flavour. Biggest disappointment because it tasted so artificial like the durian cream in cream puff. Blueh.

Crave nasi lemak is one of my favourite as they use basmati rice so you could literally taste every grain, soft and fluffy with hint of coconut creaminess. Their chilli is definitely an added bonus as it was spicy and really had kick to it.

Made with Mao Shan Wang durian
A base of durian sponge cake and durian-studded cream cheese then topped with cubes of sponge cake