Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Sweet Montage Patisserie

Chilled handmade pudding at its softest & smoothest, now available at select cafes, crafted by Eugene & Emrys, who both studied the art of pastry-making in Tokyo.

Sweet Montage showcases nine flavors, including Gula Melaka with sea salt & caramel sauce, French Vanilla made with natural Madagascar Bourbon & Tahitian bean pods ...

... Horlicks with Belgian dark chocolate ganache, Mango with fresh fruit & coulis, plus Teh Tarik with black tea leaves & infused ginger.

 Our favorites might be the Salted Gula Melaka & the Horlicks, both luscious. Other varieties: Pandan, Strawberry, Cendol & Chocolate-Banana.

About RM8 each; eaten cold, the ideal refreshment for heat-haters on steamy afternoons.


... plus Pickle & Fig as well as Artisan Roast, both in Taman Tun Dr Ismail. 

Bonus sweets stop to wrap up this entry: Delectable desserts at Medan Damansara's La Risata.

Zucotta dome cake filled with vanilla & choc ice cream & almond & hazelnut bits.

Torta di parmigiana, sweet-savory cheesecake with distinct notes of parmesan.

Sweet Montage Handmade Puddings
www.sweetmontage.com

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28 comments:

  1. Hi Sean,

    What a fascinating place! The strawberry flavour looks really good!

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    1. Linda: oh yes, I'm actually not a major fan of strawberries in general, but this pudding worked really well, with real strawberries used to make it =)

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  2. Definitely a refreshing welcome in this current weather.

    Flavours sounds intriguing. The Gula Melaka with sea salt and caramel sauce sounds very enticing. Hopefully they have stock on Thursday when I am in TTDI:D

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    1. Missyblurkit: oh yeah, eating these puddings at 3pm was cold comfort indeed, in a positive way, heh :D ooh, forgot to mention that not all the flavors are available at each cafe. it seems unpredictable, but the salted gula melaka was only available at artisan recently, while the horlicks was only at pickle & fig, and the teh tarik was at the tea republic =)

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  3. True, true. They must recycle or reuse the labels...or else it would be such a waste and not good for the environment.

    Sure would love to try the pudding. Seems exclusively exquisite, real special.

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    1. Suituapui: heh, yeah, bookmarks are a cool way of reusing that material :D and yup, these could be the tastiest puddings available right now in KL! =)

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  4. No peanut butter? hehehehe

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    1. CK: heheh, that could be a flavor that we can recommend for the future! :D

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  5. Its so pretty they served those pudding in glass jar. It would be nice as a dessert gift too. I like the combinations of Asian flavors. Ohh..its available at Tipsy Brew O'Coffee too! If I happens to drop by..I want to buy back..then I can keep the jar. kekeke.....

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    1. Melissa: ooh, that's true, these could be a great gift for a dessert-loving friend. the packaging is beautiful! :D and yep, i like how they use local ingredients and local beloved flavors to make these puddings very interesting =)

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  6. Chilled pudding! Looks so cute and sounds cool too.. I bet it must be a hit during hot days.. I am definitely attracted to the Horlicks pudding flavour! :)

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    1. Iamthewitch: oh yeah, the weather in kl has been uncomfortable for a lot of people recently, so these puddings could be the perfect antidote! and ya, the horlicks one was the one i wanted the most too! :D

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  7. Hi Sean,

    Thank you so much for the wonderful write-ups. Glad to know that you liked the puddings. It's always our passion and mission to make puddings of creative flavors, especially local beloved ones. And ya, we actually let each partner cafe select their desired flavors, and there might be flavor rotations throughout the year. Nevertheless we are working hard towards putting up the popular ones in all of the cafes.
    Once again, thank you so much, and hopefully we could serve you with puddings of more exciting flavors in the future.

    Cheers,
    Eugene Au
    Sweet Montage

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    1. Eugene: thanks for the information. looking forward to tasting more of your flavors and finding your puddings in many more cafes in KL. all the best :D

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    2. Thank you, Sean! =)

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    3. Cheers, Eugene. P.S. I have a few friends who are requesting that you consider a peanut butter flavor someday if possible. And if you ever decide to do an alcoholic flavor, that could be fun too! :D

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    4. Thank you for telling me your friends' request. We will look into that. Peanut butter pudding, sounds yummy. =)
      Oh ya, we've been thinking of making boozy puddings since months ago. Currently we are trying to arrange with some alcohol-friendly cafes/restaurants to serve our alcoholic flavor puddings. I will let you know again by then. =)

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    5. Eugene: yay, sounds like we must keep a very close eye on your projects for the next year :D

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    6. Sounds like Emrys & I have to give our very best then. =)
      Let's look forward to it, Sean.

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    7. Eugene: take care, and I'm sure I'll be reading praises about your pudding from other writers in the next few months =)

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  8. The pudding and zucotta dome would taste very yummy! =)

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    1. Waverly: ah yes, dessert lovers can pop into mollydookers to buy the sweet montage pudding and then hop to la risata for the zucotta dome, since both mollydookers and la risata are in Bukit damansara! :D

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  9. gimme the cheese cake!! :D Every cake looks rich so yeah, probably best to have it with tea. cut the grease! :P

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    1. Ciki: heheh, or cut the richness with a nice glass of dessert wine! :D

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  10. Oh hey! That reminds me of my jar cheesecake! Haha

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    1. Kelly: heh, you're right, it's kinda like your special tofu cheesecake in a jar recipe! Perfect when chilled and served on a hot day, yes :D

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  11. Mmmmm the pudding looks so smooth!

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    1. Baby sumo: yeah, really got to commend the makers of this pudding. I can imagine the long hours and effort they took to perfect their recipe =)

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