Where the lemon was devoid of any meringue, Carpenter and Cook’s petite passionfruit tart had all of that on it. Their Passionfruit Meringue Tart was admittedly not my favourite or anyone else’s at the table. We all agreed that the combination of the sweet, tropical passionfruit and the torched meringue seemed a little senseless. They weren’t complementary elements, but rather additive — both were sweet to different degrees. Hence, there wasn’t any real complexity or heights to its taste. 🧐

You’re better off trying their other things like their Lemon Meringue Tart which I tried alongside this. The Passionfruit Meringue Tart didn’t come cheap either - it was $5 at least for something that’s a fraction of the size of a saucer. 😨 (6.1/10)