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Orh Nee,Yam Cake from Buttertrade

Ever since when I was little boy, whenever I attend a wedding dinner, the food item that I always anticipate the most has got to be the orh nee dessert. I mean who doesn't loves yam! So creamy yet sweet! Sometimes I wish I can find them at dessert stalls but you can rarely find them nowadays. Recently, I was greeted with an orh nee cake right at my door step thanks to Buttertrade


The cake is from Bloomsbury Bakers delivered by Buttertrade. 


What is Buttertrade all about? 

You may have heard of shopping online for clothes and fashion accessories but have you heard of shopping for desserts and cakes? Buttertade is an online marketplace of various boutique bakeries that offers a complete solution to cake buying. Over at Buttertrade, you can choose from a variety of cakes from different bakeries and even make customised orders. Once you place and order, Buttertade will liaise with the bakery and deliver it to your door step. 



See any familiar names from above? There are also many more boutique bakeries that Buttertrade partners with, hence you can find out more at their website! Here's a fun fact! They have a variety of more than 100 cake selections for you to choose from! Buttertrade has definitely fulfilled the convenience factor and saved the hassle of browsing each bakery's website just to find out what cakes do they sell.



 I'm glad that there is a platform like Buttertade whereby I can browse my favourite cakes, and even check out the prices (some bakeries they do not indicate, whereby you have to call in and check), size of the cake and also find out when will it be delivered to my house. Best of all, I do not have to call and place an order with the bakery, I can do it online and let Buttertrade liaise it for me! Boutique bakeries usually sell insta-worthy cakes for big events like 21st, Baby Showers and various large-scale events hence with the use of Buttertade, it will definitely save the hours of trying to find the perfect bakery to get your cake from. I'm actually quite sick of cakes from commercial bakeries hence I prefer to go for unique flavours offered by these boutique bakeries! 

Additionally, did I mention that you can earn Buttertrade points if you purchase cakes from Buttertrade? You can accumulate points and exchange them for a free cake for your reward! It's nice of them being so sweet to the customers! 


Another shot of the orh-nee cake! Thank you Buttertrade for the arrangement! They recently launched a new promotion called "Go Local with Our Cakes." Whereby they are selling exclusive cakes inspired by our own Singapore's local dessert! I was given a choice of between Pulut Hitam Cake, Oneh Oneh Cake and of course the one I chose, Orh Nee Cake! 


When it was delivered to me, I could already smell the yam from the cake box itself when it was placed in the fridge! My family and I enjoyed the cake a lot! Love the creamy texture in the inside as I could taste the chunks of yam pieces infused with the purple whipping cream! 


For more information and if you would like to place an order, please visit:
http://www.buttertrade.com.sg/


Terms and conditions
  • 15% off all items in "local flavours" for purchases made between 1-31 Oct 2016. 
  • Go to www.buttertrade.com.sg and click on “local flavours” in cakes & cupcakes or click on direct link http://www.buttertrade.com.sg/local-flavours-c-5_17.html. 
  • Add item to cart and enter the promo code "UncleTehpeng" during cart checkout.
  • Buttertrade reserves the right of final decision. 

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