Kek Lapis with fruits like prunes are one of the most popular types of Kek Lapis’ in town. Less sweet with it’s moisture just right on the tongue, pairing them with tea isn’t always that easy. Sometimes, a strong black tea easily flushes away the fruitiness, which isn’t the result we want. White tea however, provides the best combination of taste as the young loose leaf white teas have flowery and fruity notes which perfectly complements the prune Kek Lapis.
Prune Kek Lapis
To serve it warm, pre-heat oven for 90-120 seconds at around 150-170ºc, cut the layer into slices of about 1.5cm thick and warm the layer at approximately 20-25 seconds.
To serve it chilled, cut the layer into slices of about 1.5cm thick and serve.
**Store the uncut portion back into the refrigerator.
**Approx weight 450g
**All pictures shown are for illustration purposes only. Actual product may vary due to product enhancement.