The jar arrived a few days ago, safely nestled in a box with padding. I left it on the kitchen counter. The jar itself is a crystal jelly jar that some people use for canning jams or jellies.
An easy pop of the lid yielded a lovely, delicate coconut smell. I grabbed a spoon and reached all the way down to the bottom to make sure I got all the layers in one spoonful.
The cake was light and fluffy with coconut shavings and coconut cream frosting. It didn't take long before it was half gone....
I probably should have stopped then...but I didn't. For me, the frosting became a little too sweet at that point. I bet if I had stopped then and saved the rest for another day, I don't think it would have been as sweet.
Are you interested in tasting some for yourself??
Check out her etsy store here: Creole Confections. She sends out packages of six jars at a time. Please contact Crystal if you are interested in a special flavor or for a special occasion.
She currently has these announcements posted:
ORDER NOW & 15% OF THE PROCEEDS GO TO CAIDEN'S HOPE. CAIDEN'S HOPE IS A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION THAT ASSIST THE FAMILIES OF PREMATURE INFANTS. THEY'RE WEBSITE IS: www.caidenshope.org
~Military Families Receive a 15% Discount~
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In interest of full disclosure, I received one cake in a jar for free to review. I was under no obligation to write a positive review. With the exception of the announcements at the end of the post, the entire content is my own.