My Instagram’s inbox has been buzzing more than its usual lately. And recently, I got a message to try out Little Winehaus’ Caviar Cake. I’ve heard amazing reviews about this unique and upscale product before, so why not indulge, right?
It arrived just yesterday. Its size was like a token you get from attending a debut or a wedding. It came with little bite sized buttered crostinis and a wooden spoon that I could re-use on another event.
I said to myself, it’s quite small. It might not be enough to share. On my first spoonful, I was both right and wrong. Correct in the sense that it was too addictive, I could finish it all by selfish self. Wrong because it was too rich and sinful, it would be natural to share it with others.
Each bite was rather interesting. It’s an experience you probably won’t have too often. Imagine this- crunch from the bread, creaminess from the cheese and popping sensation from fresh caviar, all at once! It was like your mouth had invited a range of guests, all expressing positive things.
I’ve never been to Little Winehaus itself. They do have a quaint, physical store, offering a decent range of wine from different parts of the world. They have the usual
Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinotage, Malbec, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Rose, and Moscato but in more reasonable prices.
And as you sip comfortably, they have specialties like Jamon Serrano, Cheese Platter, Callos, Li’l Brats, Cheesecake and Dulong, aside from the Caviar Cake I received.
If you wish to go, invite me please. They are located af #2 Scout Dr Lazcano corner Scout Magbanua, Brgy. Paligsahan, Quezon City. For inquiries, you may call (02) 799 9217.