Listen to a Review

Back in 2010, I requested Joe Augustin to give an honest review on our cakes. Listen to it here, a podcast he recorded with Shareen Wong.

Midnight Satisfaction

Craving for a devil chocolate cake like I was recently? How about a delectable 4″ cake to split between you and your loved ones?

Let us know in the comments if this may be a size you are keen in. Or any other size for that matter.

To enjoy, take it out from the fridge, warm it up in the microwave for 30s to 45s, serve with a big glass of cold milk.


how to decide how much alcohol you want?

We’ve received feedback that the Devil Chocolate Cake without alcohol is too bitter. As such, I thought it may be good that I share the feedback with everyone.

For this person, the first sample he had was actually a double Rum Devil Chocolate Cake (DCC). Then he decided to order one without any alcohol. He found the latter to be more bitter.

The fact is that the DCC is made with dark chocolate, with high cocoa content. So, you should like bitter chocolate to be happy with the no alcohol version. One of our regulars tells us that having the alcohol in the cake helps to make it appear less bitter.

So, the summary is this….

  1. if you need the cake to have no alcohol, you’ve got to love chocolates, dark chocolates
  2. if you’d like some alcohol, double Rum is the hot favorite
  3. if you are a Baileys person, that’s a good option too

how to enjoy the Devil Chocolate Cake – warm!!

One of my favorite ways of eating the Devil Chocolake Cake is to warm it up just before consumption.

Here’s one of the few good reasons to own a microwave. I take the cake out from the fridge, cut a slice, and place the slice into the microwave oven.

I like mine warmer than average and will leave it in the microwave for 20s on high power. For most people, maybe 15s on high will be good. Do test it out and find out the settings that works best to your liking.

Coming out from the microwave, the scent of the chocolate fills the room. The cake is moist, warm and the chocolate fudge is almost molten. The experience is simply out of this world.

Pairing it with a nice cold glass of Meiji fresh milk completes the indulgence. mmmmmm…..