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Last minute cake for celebration? Emicakes has got you covered!

Use Burpple Beyond’s deals to enjoy 20% off on Cake Of The Month or 20% off on Whole Cake Flavours at their Plaza Singapura outlet!

Enjoy interesting flavours like Yuzu Mango or a classic Eggless Blackforest!

Redeemed the one-for-one Wagyu Short. Nice. Restaurant is not busy. The chicken soup base feels like collagen, quite tasty too.

On the hunt for some Swiss Rolls? You’re in luck because Emicakes is offering a 1-for-1 deal on their pillowy Swiss Rolls; if you’re a Burpple Beyond member, you’d most definitely want to hop on this deal. We can’t think of a more perfect mid-day dessert treat.

Flesh is ok but the skin sucks, tastes really really cheap and messes up the overall texture

Mid-Autumn festive is coming next month! Emicakes is selling their assorted snowskin mooncakes! Each box comes with 4 best selling flavours: Chocolate truffle, peach mango, salted caramel with almonds and strawberry white chocolate 🍓

🛒 Can purchase from their outlet shop , online and also click on my tiktok video to purchase.😊
Link: https://vt.tiktok.com/ZSLpfxXnj/
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But did you know the origins of the logcake dates all the way before Medieval times?
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To cleanse the air of the previous year’s events and to usher in the spring, families would burn logs decorated with holly, pinecones or ivy. Wine and salt were also often used to anoint the logs. Once burned, the log’s ashes were valuable treasures said to have medicinal benefits and to guard against evil.
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But with that said! This @emicakessg chocolate truffle logcake is on point! Thick chocolate truffle with a thin and light chocolate sponge cake! 👍🍫 A chocolate lovers dream come true!
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