Previously we posted a video of Carrots dancing with money flower here. What’s money flower ? It’s a flower made out of money.
This is where the money flower which was supposed to be a decoration, was placed :
It was placed on the jelly. Some of you might go, “eww, the money is so dirty, how can you put into food ?”. Don’t worry, Myle Enterprise has thought carefully and made sure the money was wrapped in plastic at the base so that the part that touches the food is nicely wrapped in plastic.
It’s a different kind of cake and not your ordinary everyday kind of cream cakes. This alcohol jelly cake is a bespoke version of Myle Enterprise’s alcohol jelly cake where they use alcohol as one of the ingredients for the jelly that is presented as a cake. This bespoke alcohol jelly cake was created for a birthday. The jelly is inside a Chinese-style gold ingot and comes complete with a money flower decoration, Happy Birthday sign and knife. Chinese gold ingots are supposed to represent wealth, prosperity and abundance. The flavour is also a customised version, which is strawberry mead flavour. Mead is a type of alcohol made from honey, so it’s sweet and it’s supposed to be one of the oldest type of alcohol found.
Their usual alcohol jelly cake is priced at RM60.00 for a 6 inch round cake. They have 2 flavours for sale now, which are the orange vodka or the stawberry wine flavour. I wrote about their jelly cake before over here. For their bespoke alcohol jelly cake, the price is more expensive. Definitely worth it because more effort and money is spent to come up with the packaging and the cake. Anything bespoke won’t be cheap because it’s specially customised. Think bespoke, think luxury.
Why not have something different rather than your usual kind of cake ? To enquire about price (it’s bespoke, so I’m sure you can afford; money is not a problem like how some customers say) or get a quotation, please contact email@example.com for more information.
Have you heard of alcoholic jelly cake before ? There are jello-shots where it’s jelly with alcohol in it but how about jello with alcohol and in the form of a cake ?
Here’s Myle Enterprise’s alcohol jelly cake, which is basically jelly made with alcohol as an ingredient and is packaged up like a cake. They have a round, about 6-inches wide cake or individually-packed cake sizes (minimum order of 5 individual cakes) for sale. Both types are are priced at RM60.00 for each order. Currently they have orange vodka flavour and strawberry wine flavour.
This is a sample of how their individually-packed jelly cake looks like. It is presented like a cake form, just that it can be easily consumed by each individual as they packaged the jelly in single-person consumption sizes. This was for a Mother’s Day celebration order. Perhaps you can consider for the coming Father’s Day celebration, which falls on 17 June 2018 this year.
They even have a video ad for the alcohol jelly cake.
Do consider this for the upcoming celebrations, birthdays or you can even have it as a dessert. The jelly are usually made fresh per order, so you can let them know if you want the alcohol level to be strong or mild. Pretty cool, isn’t it ? Definitely something for those who like to booze. It’s like getting drunk eating jelly. Then if the traffic police stops you and ask “You minum ke?” (translation : “You drank, is it?”), you can honestly tell the police “Tak, I tak minum” (translation : “No, I didn’t drink”). That’s because you ate the alcohol.
This is what happened last week and weekend, which was Father’s Day on that Sunday.
On Friday, my Mummy cooked a scrumptious dinner of pork ribs stew with carrots, pineapple and potato in the dish. She also made tomyum soup.
My sister bought the tomyum soup base and ingredients from AEON supermarket. They have a selection of pre-packed packages of raw ingredients for different types of soups so you do not need to source for each of the ingredients on your own.
I gave my Daddy his Father’s Day present(s). The blue rose is fit to be received by a man. Who says men cannot receive flowers.
The next day, which was a Saturday, our family went shopping and had lunch at Queensbay Mall. I had fish head bihun in spicy and sour soup. They call it fish head bihun (‘bihun‘ means rice noodles) in Penang, Malaysia but this dish is usually served with fish fillets which comes with the option of fried fish fillets or non-fried fish fillets. I ordered non-fried fish fillets for mine and I requested for the soup to be less spicy. They made it mildly spicy, which is to my liking. I love it when chefs and food places can cater to special requests.
That night for dinner, my Mummy made pan-seared salmon with side dishes of herb-infused spaghetti and mixed vegetables. When asked by my sister what was the occassion, she jokingly said to celebrate Father’s Day… again. Non-stop celebration for Father’s Day, it seems.
Then my Daddy opened his bottle of Japanese Umeshu. It is a type of liquer made from the ume fruit and it is also known as Japanese plum wine. This bottle has 15% of alcohol in it. It tasted very sweet and has a very slight sourish taste.
For this year’s Father’s Day celebration, we also had a cake which the cake cutting ceremony was held earler in the month, in conjunction with my father’s and sister’s birthday. Really non-stop celebration for Father’s Day.
That’s what we did for Father’s Day this year and the celebrations took place before the actual day on Sunday (18 June 2017). Do check out this blog post with a video on Father’s Day : https://myleenterprise.com/happy-fathers-day/