For me, it has to be pineapple tarts. This year, I had the chance to savour the goodness of the finest Original Pineapple Tarts from Bakerzin, one of the best quintessential traditional pineapple tarts in Singapore.
This year, Bakerzin up the competition by tantalise taste buds with two new flavours in the Assorted Pineapple Tarts range. Thanks Bakerzin and Touch PR for hand delivering these wonderful pineapple tarts over to my place!
What to know what flavours they come in and how they taste like? Read on to find out more. 🙂
The shape of these buttery, heavenly classic treats are already enough to put a smile on people’s face during CNY period as it symbolises prosperity. With every bite, crumbly outer layer of pastry melts in your mouth and is well proportionate to the homemade pineapple jam core made from specially selected pineapples. While most pineapple tarts are sweet, Bakerzin’s golden ingots offer a slight twist with notable hints of spices like cinnamon and cloves. Touted as the ‘King of Pineapple Tarts’ by media such as The Sunday Times and Silverkris, this will be definitely a hit with young and old, so make sure you stock up more of these at home.
NEW Assorted Pineapple Tarts – $22.80 (assorted) / box of 18 pieces, Net Weight 390g
|Fish Floss Pineapple Tarts|
|Lemongrass Pineapple Tarts|
The Fish Floss tart gives a nice balance of sweet and savoury as you sink your teeth into the flavourful homemade jam suffuse with a generous blend of fish floss filling and with Bakerzin’s signature butter tart pastry.
The Chinese believe that fish symbolises the abundance of wealth so what better way to showcase this innovation is the shape of a fish.
The unique and aromatic Lemongrass flavour packs a punch in an adorable ‘pineapple’ shape. The first bite into the tart emanates a fragrant energising scent reminiscent of being in a spa. Likewise, the outer layer of the pastry is baked to perfection and beautifully complements this zesty flavour often used in Asian cuisine.
There are 9 pieces of each flavour – Fish Floss and Lemongrass, packed into the festive tin.
Another big hit amongst customers, Bakerzin’s Chinese New Year festive tins are frequently praised for its intricate and elaborate design. The floral design used in this year’s Lunar packaging symbolises a ‘Spring Awakening’, holding true to the Chinese New Year traditions and culture to usher in Springtime. Bakerzin’s tins are also well-loved for its multi-purpose functionalities which you can use to display a variety of Chinese New Year goodies, to keep as a collectible or to recycle for other storage purposes.
Triple Joy Bundle – S$49.80 (nett)
- Original Pineapple Tarts
- Assorted Pineapple Tarts
- Good Luck Cookies Collection
Bakerzin’s Chinese New Year treats will go on sale from 3 January 2017 whilst stocks last. Available for online orders at www.bakerzin.com, and Bakerzin outlets in Singapore.