Almondine is flooded with flawless, mirror-finish bonbons, and other delights. Almondine is at 43 Thistle Street, Aberdeen. It’s open from 8 am to 6 pm Mon-Fri, and until 7 pm on Saturdays. Read the article to see their creations. This is a perfect treat for cake lovers.
Look at these dazzling, radiant bonbons.
They may look like ornaments, yet they’re surely delicious. These mini treats are stuffed with punchy citrus flavors, for an amazing taste explosion.
The mirror-coated treats are designed by an Aberdeen café called Almondine, and they’re glorious.
Aberdeen, Scotland, that is. Apologies, American cake fans. These sparkly blue bonbons are loaded with salted caramel, and there are mango and passionfruit ones in the background too. Yummy.
If you favor something greater, you can try one of these shimmery-smooth chocolate vaults.
you can see your face in them! Stunning.
Their coated chocolate dacquoise cakes loaded with strawberry ganache are a firm most loved with local people.
They look amazing and mouthwatering.
Their awesome collection of rich blackberry charlottes.
They’re similar to a set of flawless tiny polka dot hats.
Every pastry is made by Susan Williamson and her two girls Jenny and Suzanne.
At initially, the family started their work with Parisian-style macarons, however, they’ve since extended and now make a wide range of creative cakes, pastries, and chocolates.
Crisp macarons are their specialty, you can see in many of their designs.
Like this lovely cream tart willed with new Scottish berries.
Obviously, their evening teas are unbelievable.
You get a choice of their most famous pastries: big macarons loaded with Scottish raspberries and crème pâtissière, chocolate arches, eclairs, and favor tea.
The Williamsons were even approached to try out for the BBC’s Bake Off: Crème de la Crème program.
The buzz about the Aberdeen bistro contacted the makers of the series, and they were made a request to present their wonderful, gleaming, great cakes to the world.
Which isn’t shocking, given that they influence excellent pastries to like this raspberry cake and pistachio eclairs.
The words “to die for” don’t generally do these treats equity.
So what are you waiting for? Go and get some of these lovely, marble-like bonbons at this moment.
They will never disappoint you. Worth it!