Setsugekka Matcha Tea House located in the East Village, introduces Baumkuchen. Baumkuchen is one of the most popular pastries in Japan. The pastry has characteristic rings when sliced resemble tree rings which give the cake its German name, which literally translates to "tree cake".
Setsugekka named their cake “Rings of Age” and is made from the best grade of rice flour and a gentle sweetness of wasanbon sugar. Eggs, rice and a fine-grained Japanese sugar are all finest ingredients made in Shikoku Island, Japan. The grass-fed butter is freshly made in Hokkaido, Japan. It is a layered moist cake with a mild butter flavor and aroma. The layers uniformly precision spaced. You will have a perfect experience with warm or cold tea. Have a bite and take a sip.
The package box is specially designed by world renowned calligrapher Michael Lam. “Rings of Age” will be available at Setsugekka, East Village.
74 E 7th St, New York, NY 10003
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