Chateraise Has Yamanashi White Peach, Pione Grape & Shine Muscat Cakes For A Limited Time Only

Chateraise Has Yamanashi White Peach, Pione Grape & Shine Muscat Cakes For A Limited Time Only

Lifestyle Food
By Rachel on 21 Aug 2020
Senior Digital Editor

Japan’s fruits are like no other - they’re grown in the best possible conditions, some even individually weighed during the whole process. This results in fruits that are bursting with juiciness and sweetness, with heightened flavour that you can’t find anywhere else.

Right now, it’s peach and grape season in Yamanashi, a place that’s known to be the top producer of the aforementioned fruits in Japan - and you can enjoy these fruits in the form of Chateraise Singapore’s limited edition confections featuring white peach, shine muscat, and pione grapes!

Read on to find out more about Chateraise’s limited time Yamanashi cakes and tarts!

Chateraise Yamanashi white peach Singapore
Photo from Chateraise Singapore

Yamanashi white peaches are big and juicy, and said to be the tastiest peaches you’ll ever get. Enjoy these in the form of Chateraise’s desserts such as the Yamanashi White Peach Tart ($7.20), Yamanashi White Peach Cake ($5.80), and whole tarts and cakes starting from $28.

Chateraise Yamanashi white peach Singapore
Photo from Chateraise Singapore

One particularly interesting item is the Real White Peach Cake ($6.80), which, like its name suggests, looks just like the actual fruit!

Chateraise Yamanashi white peach Singapore
Photo from Chateraise Singapore

In reality, it’s actually a yogurt mousse cake with a madeleine base, with white peach pulp, raspberry sauce, custard cream, and a glassy-looking peach glaze. It looks just like the peach emoji! 🍑

Chateraise Yamanashi shine muscat pione grape Singapore
Photo from Chateraise Singapore

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Japanese grapes are also highly regarded - if you’ve tried them before, you’ll know that they’re much sweeter than the regular sort. In particular, pione grapes have a gummy candy-like taste, similar to that of kyoho grapes.

Chateraise Yamanashi shine muscat pione grape Singapore
Photo from Chateraise Singapore

Try Chateraise’s Yamanashi Shine Muscat and Pione Cake ($5.80),Yamanashi Shine Muscat and Pione Parfait ($10), or Yamanashi Shine Muscat Tart ($7.20) for a teatime treat.

Chateraise Yamanashi shine muscat pione grape Singapore
Photo from Chateraise Singapore

Again, there are whole versions of these cakes and tarts starting from $28 if you simply can’t get enough.

Get these fruity bakes from Chateraise’s physical outlets, or pre-order them for pick-up or doorstep delivery here.

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