Last Updated: January 17, 2020
Craving for cake during this festive season? Look no more, for The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf is offering some of the most beautiful Lunar New Year cakes I’ve seen, to celebrate the Year of the Rat.
From Pandan Rainbow Kueh Lapis to Orange Cheesecake—they’ve got it all.
Just looking at the Rainbow Kueh Lapis (S$49.90 for 1kg) makes my stomach growl. Growing up in a traditional family in Singapore, Kueh Lapis has always been a classic for me.
The cake is designed ever so intricately, with rainbow detailing on the layers, complete with aromatic pandan flavour. If 1kg of rainbow goodness is too much for you, the Rainbow Kueh Lapis is also available in 500g at S$29.90. If you’re feeling more conservative, you can opt for the Traditional Kueh Lapis without the colourful layers also at S$49.90 for 1kg.
Ever tried The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf’s Chicago Cheesecake? The festive Orange Cheesecake (S$59 for 1.7kg) is a spin on the original, granting us a slight tanginess.
Pineapple tarts are so basic this season. The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf is jazzing up the traditional Chinese New Year snack by fusing mango and pineapple topped with caramelised pineapple slices and maraschino cherries, all into a big cake-like tart. The Mango Pineapple Tart costs S$49 for 1.9kg.
The only way to get a taste of every single one of these treats is through the Happiness Party Pack (S$29.90 for a box of 12, S$39.90 for a box of 20). These packs contain bite-sized Chempedak Cupcakes, Gula Melaka Cupcakes, Pineapple Mango Tarts and Pandan Rainbow Kueh Lapis. This is absolutely paradise on a plate!
Time to hop online and order your cake soon, because the line discontinues on 21 January 2020.
Dates & Times: Now till 21 January 2020
Price: S$29.90 to S$59 per item