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Have been wanting to try this forever since I saw it at Jewel. One éclair is around $7.50-8.50~. Decided to try it out using the 4 for 4 deal with Burpple Beyond. So the total bill was $33 for 8 pieces of the eclairs + an extra box to split them into two boxes of four.

Paid $0.50 extra for another box to split them into two boxes of fours to share them with a friend.

It was worth trying with the deal. Overall, I found the Lavender flavoured éclair to be the nicest and I would purchase that again. The other flavours I tried did not impress me.

I don’t think it is worth buying them at $8+ but definitely try it out first with the deal, if you have Burpple Beyond, and then decide if it is something you enjoy☺️

Will go back to try the other flavours (the rose lychee one looks interesting), using the burpple beyond deal of course 😋

Flavours in picture (From left to right): Lavender Milk Chocolate, Pistachio, Paris Brest, Vanilla & Caramelised Pecans

Sunday treats - really glad the jewel outlet has resumed operations!

To L’eclair I hope you never stop making these exquisite desserts - pastries

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Bought back 2 pieces of their signature eclair, even though I know it was hard to choose when there’s so many flavours there.

The pandan kaya was exclusive to this outlet only while the double chocolate is definitely for those who love chocolate.

Salted caramel, kaya pandan, earl grey, lemon, pistachio and dark chocolate. Not only do they look aesthetically pleasing to your eyes, but tastes exceptional as well. Overall, they are not too sweet and the cream filling was really generous and nicely complements the layer of cream on the outside.

Ratings: 4/5

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Used the burpple 1-for-1 offer to buy 4+4 eclairs at $32.50

(From left to right)
1. Dark Chocolate
Not too bad, I was expecting the small nuggets of chocolate balls on top to be chocolate truffles but they turned out to be small cookies instead. The eclair itself isn’t very sweet but the flavour of chocolate wasn’t as decadent as I would have liked. Otherwise, it was a pretty decent eclair for chocolate-lovers.

2. Ispahan
This is one of my favourite, and as I’ve read, a favourite of many other reviewers as well! This did not disappoint, with they delicious cream and the slightly sour raspberries that cut through the sweetness. This is definitely a flavour that I will consider should I buy from here again.

3. Tiramisu
This flavour is quite accurate to the typical tiramisu. The coffee / mocha taste would be one that will satisfy any tiramisu cravings.

4. Earl Grey
This flavour is milder than what I was expecting, perfect for first time tea-flavoured food try-ers and those with a milder taste palette. However, as a tea lover, I would very much preferred the earl grey taste to be more prominent as opposed to just being sweet. However, I was pleasantly surprised at how sweet the blueberries were. Considering how often I consume blueberries, I had assumed it to be like other dessert types that often use sour blueberries.

Final verdict: It isn’t worth it without the burpple offer. I would not pay $8 for an eclair even as pretty as they package it, however, with the offer, I will consider purchasing again as gifts or just to treat myself.
A suggestion that I also have would be to replace the small circular paper logos on each eclair with a thin piece of chocolate with the same design. This would greatly improve my eating experience instead of having to peel off the paper every time I wish to consume one eclair.

Things to note:
I used the 4-for-4 eclairs deal, and had to pay an additional $0.50 for splitting the 8 eclairs into 2 boxes. Thus, unless if you wish to gift the second box to someone else, I would recommend that the buyer just take the box of 8 to save on that minor expense.


very nice desert, especially with the 1 for 1. Our favourite is isphan.