As if the raindrop cake wasn't aesthetically pleasing enough, a cafe in Australia has now gone and added flowers into the mix.
La Florasion in Sydney is encasing edible flowers inside the zero calorie cakes water cakes to create a flower raindrop cake, raising the dessert's instagrammability up to a whole new level. As with any water cake they don't taste of much – mildly of coconut by all accounts – being just water and agar, but this is all about the visuals.
They aren't the first to make a flower raindrop cake by any stretch, but these have to be some of the prettiest we've seen.
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