Wedding: More Cake Tasting at Ganache

by gigi on August 12, 2008

Jenkins and my wedding date is drawing closer and closer so it was time for us to make a visit to Ganache Patisserie.  We ended up picking Ganache and the intrepid Peter Fong to make our wedding cake because of all the places we went to, it offered the most interesting types of cakes and also wasn’t your traditional wedding cake offering.

Even though we tried a bunch of flavours at our first tasting, I still had trouble picking what flavour I wanted for our cake.  I also couldn’t decide if I should stick with one or multiple flavours.  :)  So after our follow-up consultation with Peter to determine the cake design and all the other details, I bought a couple more cakes to try.

I didnt’ remember seeing the tiramisu the last time I was at Ganache so I decided to give that a try.  The cake base on the bottom was soaked with a coffee liqueur and the rest of the tiramisu had a creamy texture with the slightest hint of coffee and chocolate.  Although this was very tasty, we figured a lot of people have had tiramisu before and we wanted something more unique for our cake.


I don’t remember the exact name of this cake but it was a chai tea flavoured cake.  The taste was definitely unique with layers of cake alternated with creamy mousse-like layers.  The chai taste was mild but could definitely be tasted.


Both the cakes we tried that day were very tasty, but in the end, we decided to go with the Chocolat-Banane cake.  It was unique but not so crazy that our guests wouldn’t want to try it.  I can’t wait to see how our cake turns out and how our guests will like the flavour we chose.  :)

1262 Homer St, Vancouver
Tel: 604-899-1098

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