Auspicious Longevity Cake
This popular longevity design features a red base with gold pearls and gold dusting on the rims. Decorated with marbled fondant koi toppers and beautiful fondant dragons that are individually handpainted gold and placed around the circumference. Topped with a gold glitter paper topper symbolising the Chinese longevity character. In Chinese culture, koi fish are often seen as a symbol of strength, ambition and good luck and are commonly featured during auspicious celebrations. Dragons are also popular motifs that symbolise courage, strength and prosperity.
**This design is available in the sizes in the drop down list above.
All serving suggestions are recommendations and would ultimately depend on the size of slices served.
Weights are approximations only, please note that certain premium flavours tend to be slightly heavier.
This customised cake design is frosted with swiss meringue buttercream, which is best consumed at room temperature when soft and creamy.
If refrigerated, thaw for at least 30 minutes to 1 hour or until cream is soft to the touch to ensure that it cuts well. Do note consume straight from the fridge as it will be crumbly and hard to cut.
The cake can be displayed in an air con room (at least 18°C) for up to 4 hours. It is not recommended to display or store cakes without air con, especially under the hot sun, or in warm and humid areas.