[Macau, For Immediate Release] – In Japan, it is traditional to buy artfully packaged food and desserts as gifts or souvenirs – a tradition right at home in Macau where delicious snacks, from almond cookies to pork floss, can be found sold as souvenirs. To highlight Macau’s heritage as a cultural crossroads, both Round-The-Clock and the Lotus Lounge at the Grand Lisboa are now offering a Western-based dessert to be part of this very Eastern tradition. First created in France, butter cakes are named after their rich butter fragrance and moist interior. At the Grand Lisboa, each butter cake is a testament to Chef Norihito’s long experience in France and his mastery of the culinary artisanship required to bring these cakes to perfection. Made with only the freshest of ingredients, three flavors of butter cakes are available to choose from. Front and center stands the Mixed Dry Fruit Butter Cake which features five kinds of select dried fruits, a splash of dark rum, and what many consider to be the king of the butter world: Charentes-Poitou butter – one of only three butters in the world to be awarded the Appellaton d’Origine Contrôleé; chocolate lovers, on the other hand, will swoon over the Rich Chocolate Butter Cake, while the Banana Carmel Nut Cake is a heavenly marriage of nuts, caramel, and fruit. Beautifully packaged, these butter cakes make the perfect souvenir or gift by which to remember Macau.
The Matcha Serradura is also available for a limited time between 11am to 7pm daily and only at the Round-The-Clock coffee shop at the Grand Lisboa, while other select items, including butter and almond cakes, tarts, mousses, cheese cake, and a wide range of breads are available at both Round-The-Clock and the Lotus Lounge at the Grand Lisboa.
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