And the Kumori saga continues.
So the other day, I was badly craving for turon but by the time I went to the stall, they just have three kamote cue sticks left. No more turon. To relieve my frustration, I then headed to Kumori to try the pastries I haven’t had yet.
I bought three totally different pastries: their signature hanjuku cheese cake (chocolate); green apple bun, and cherry brioche. Total damage is PhP 141, or about 3 – 4 USD. Let’s not talk about the calories and all the sugar though, ok 😉
I tried this first. Same consistency as the original cheese variant, which I enjoyed. I noticed though that this, their chocolate cake and chocolate pudding have the same exact flavor 😐 a little variety on their chocolate would be nice~
What the green apple bun looks inside. This dessert is almost too cute to eat! It’s best eaten quickly by the way because the icing tends to melt a bit under room temperature (like 28 – 29 deg C). The icing is kinda sweet too so enjoy this with coffee!
The leaf decor on the green apple bun. I almost ate the stick that went with this, by the way. At least it’s clear at the back of this leaf that it’s not supposed to be eaten. Haha!
The last dessert standing, cherry brioche. I’m not sure how a brioche is supposed to be texture and taste-wise, but I like how it’s not too sweet and it went well with coffee, too. Then again, for me almost everything goes well with coffee!
So that’s three down, and plenty more to try and enjoy~