KUMORI

KUMORI




It is a holiday here in the Philippines. Its Ninoy Aquino's Death anniversary which is celebrated annually.  The rains had stopped and it promises to be a beautiful day. So we up and went to BGC to take our beagle  Luna Marie  for a much needed walk.

By the time we got home, I had a lovely suprise - a special delivery from KUMORI.  Yay!



'CLOUDY' MEETS 'FLUFFY'

I have always wondered what KUMORI  means. Turned out  the Japanese word literally translated means "cloudy' in Japanese.  Lest it be misconstrued as synonymous with gloomy and sadness, 'cloudy'  per Kumori refers to the happiness and optimism after the rain.
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Who would not be upbeat and cheerful after  taking a bite of their  delicious creations.   Its been 3 years since it first landed in Metro Manila. Kumori continues to please its loyal flock with endless choices of excellently made bread and pastries.

FUWARI CHEESE CUPS

Last July 28, KUMORI launched its  FUWARI CHEESE CUPS.  "Fuwari" in Japanese means "fluffy" The velvety cheese souffle with a crunchy biscuit base promises to be a hit like its cheese tart counterpart.

The FUWARI CHEESE CUPS  have  three parts a) creamy cheese filling b) soft sponge cake and 3) crunchy crumbly biscuit base.  You eat it with  a spoon. 

I love how convenient and mess-free the cups are.  It comes with a cover. So if you can not finish a cup, you can just replace the lid and store it in the ref to be taken out when the craving for cheese cup arises anew.

It is P60 per pc or P355 for a box of 6.  Try it. It's Japan baked daily :)







Kumori Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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