Nothing says posh and exquisite than your very own dessert arrangement from Bizu for your party. One of Manila’s top patisseries is laying out a Land of the Sweets theme with each branch festooned with toy soldiers, dolls, candles, flowers and even the Sugarplum Fairy and her Cavalier.
In the photo (right), we love Gaspard – a Christmas chocolate ornament ball on top of a classic financier cake. Inside, when cracked, is a medley of flavors – hazelnut praline mousse with passion fruit and orange cremeux.
Surround your Christmas table with Macaron de Paris Pyramid (left), a guaranteed conversation piece. It’s a structural art-piece to hold 40 pieces of your favorite Macaron flavors. Absolutely, you gotta try the snowman shaped Macaron de Paris with a new and intriguing flavor called Speculoos which is filled with ginger butter creme ganache.
Another option to try is the Melchor Croquembouche – a white and dark Belgian chocolate-covered cream puff tower that will delight the dessert lover.
Here are other treats to try from Bizu:
Rouge is a French gateaux of raspberry mousse cake with a crème brûlée surprise. Noël Dark Chocolate Fruitcake is a Valrhona chocolate pecan and dark cherry cake with pate-a-glacier and the Noël Fruit and Carrot Cake is a fruit and walnut cake with browned butter cream cheese.
You also gotta try their panettone, the classic sweet Italian Christmas bread with candied orange peels, plump raisins and red cherries. Colomba Petit, is another classic Italian bread with candied orange peels soaked in orange liquer.
Check out Bizu Patisserie’s newest branch in One Rockwell Tower, Rockwell Drive Makati City (478-7755). Other Bizu branches are located in Greenbelt 2 Parkside (757-2498), Greenhills Promenade (724-2498), Alabang Town Center (809-2498) and St. Luke’s BGC (789-7700). You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org or check outwww.bizupatisserie.com or Facebook Fanpage www.facebook.com/ilovebizu Twitter: @BizuPh