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I am in 2 minds about this cupcake. I love the centre which consist of a core of speculoo paste. I love the taste of lotus biscoff. The part I am undecided is that the cream and cake part is also quite sweet. While I like this cupcake, it got a little too much towards the end. I think I don't have a sweet tooth. So it might work for those who really love sweet stuff.

Ah this cupcake is too sweet for me. Maybe those with sweet tooth will like it.

Between the Red Velvet Nutella and the Chocolate Orange Salted Caramel (pictured on the bottom half), I’ll go with the latter.

A very moist cupcake, with a dab of salted caramel centre, the tangy liquorish was a nice of kick to the chocolate icing.

It’s a little on a pricey side for $4 a muffin or ($20 for 6), but overall a nice cupcake I might come back for from time to time.

*Note: my taste palate leans towards dark bitter chocolate at a sweet spot of 65%-72% cocoa. So please use that as a gauge of my taste perspective.

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Available at @fluffbakery
Also bought 6 cupcakes but thank to a guy banged into my bag at a nearby bubble tea shop which caused the cupcakes upside down and not fit for pictures.

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The cupcake itself was moist and tender-crumbed, but really didn’t taste like a good chocolate cake. It had a really waxy kinda aftertaste, completely lacked the rich depth and flavours from good chocolate, and was definitely more like an American butter cake (ie tastes like cheap chocolate/cocoa powder). The frosting also had too strong of an unpleasant buttery mouthfeel, and really where’s the speculoos in there? Also, idk if it’s cause I didn’t eat them on the spot or cause of incorrect storing instructions, but what I suppose was intended as a soft speculoos core turned out to be a hard, crunchy ganache-like ball. This was after letting the cupcake sit at room temp for 45 min after being in the fridge.


Soooo good and hit all the spots. This $4 cupcake tastes so chocolaty, from the cupcake itself to the frosting and the Nutella centre. So good.

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