Just by looking at this 7” cheesecake, I fell in love with it. Pretty colours of red and white swirls made the Madam’Roselle (S$36.00) stand out. But what was even more amazing was that the red colourings were natural, extracted from roselle flowers. Within the cheesecake, there were also yoghurt, sponge fingers, roselle tea jelly and some traces of nuts.

The red colouring, on the other hand, left a colour stain on the hands and the mouth, so it kind of brought back some nostalgia of eating those candies that colour the tongue blue. Still, since roselle is a superfood, I supposed it did not harm to enjoy this with a cup of green tea.