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.
I had this almond crispy flakes biscuit and I love it. It came in thin dough strips and was very crunchy. It was slightly sweet, like drizzled with sugar or honey on top, with some peanuts and the almond flavour wasn’t too empowering.
Sometimes sliced almond and almond powder, especially those powder that you can make into an almond drink, has a very pungent smell and I don’t fancy that. This almond biscuit was just nice, without that pungent smell.