Thursday, September 25, 2014

The chocolate world of Café Maxims - Newport Mall, Resorts World Manila

A galore of Cafe Maxims' heavenly chocolate cakes sampler we tried at the Chocolate Festival in Newport Mall, Resorts World Manila
Café Maxims named this luscious piece a Mary Jane (PHP230.00).  Yes, like you, I wonder why the name. Is it made of weed? Go to the Newport Mall right now and find the answer or visit any of the Café Maxims branches in Metro Manila. The taste is so mesmerizing and I'm sure you will not bother to ask anymore why the name.    
The flourless chocolate (PHP230.00) of Cafe Maxims. After my first bite, I fell in love with it almost instantly.   It's so smooth and melts right away in my mouth that it went straight to my heart.  What a love at first bite.
The white chocolate macadamia mousse (PHP230.00) in chocolate polka dots
The chocolate layers of el ferrero cake (PHP190.00) of Café Maxims is perfect for coffee break.
The Valhrona double chocolate tart (PHP230.00) of Café Maxims
This dark caraibe (PHP190.00) of Café Maxims is another piece to feel in love with.
The chocolate carrot cake (PHP90.00) & coconut cake (PHP90.00) disguising as muffins .

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