Alcohol-infused desserts for when your classic cocktail just won’t cut it

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Credits: @niniijean

No one enjoys a classic cocktail better than us – but why settle for just a cocktail when you can have an alcohol-infused dessert that satisfies your sweet tooth too? Once you try these deliciously boozy concoctions, there’s no going back.

#1: Sticky Toffee Pudding

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Well known for their modern European cuisine, The Disgruntled Chef also offers one of the best sweet tooth indulgence next in the list. Their Sticky Toffee Pudding paired with Bourbon Vanilla ice cream will have you return for a second serving among the greenery.

26B Dempsey Road, Singapore 247693

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#2: San Dominique

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Credits: @madaboutsucre

This beauty comes from Mad about Sucre, a French patisserie which places an emphasis on quality ingredients and the substantially reduced levels of sugar that they use in their desserts. What you get, in the case of the San Dominique, is a harmonious blend of flavours from the dark chocolate mousse and rum, as well as added texture from the Brittany crunch and caramelized plantain.

Mad About Sucre; 27 Teo Hong Road, Singapore 088334

 

#3: Lychee Martini Cake

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At Bloomsbury Bakers, a cafe co-owned by two friends and graduates from the notable Le Cordon Bleu London culinary school, the Lychee Martini cake is a bestseller. Whilst it looks innocuous enough, we hear that the martini soaked lychees within the cake pack quite a punch. You’ve been forewarned – have a second serving at your own risk!

Bloomsbury Bakers; 30 Bendemeer Road #01-889, 330030

 

#4: Flambéed Chocolate Molten Lava Cake

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You can never go wrong with a dessert involving gooey, rich chocolate – making chocolate lava cake a popular menu item for restaurateurs. Woods by The Wine Company, however, has differentiated their lava cake from the mass of other offerings by doing a version flambéed with Sambuca and Grand Marnier. Chocolate, cake, and liquor? We’re sold.

Woods By The Wine Company; 14D Dempsey Road, Singapore 249688

 

#5: Cassis Plum

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We’ve come to expect nothing but the most innovative and photogenic dishes from 2am:dessertbar – and that’s exactly what you’ll get with the Cassis Plum. This dish, which uses a cassis fruit as a shell, is chock-full of elderflower yoghurt foam, plum liquor, and bamboo shoots. An unexpected combination – and one that those who avoid cloyingly sweet desserts will appreciate.

2am:dessertbar; 21A Lorong Liput, Holland Village, 277733

#6: Snow White In The Blackforest

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If you’re dining at The Halia, be sure not to over-order so that you have space for this stunner of a dessert. Cleverly named Snow White in The Blackforest, this dish comprises of fresh red apple sorbet encased in white chocolate, as well as kirsch (fruit brandy) marinated cherries. On the side, you get a slightly salty dark choux branch to balance out the flavours, as well as chocolate crumble, whipped cream, and castor sugar soil.

The Halia; 1 Cluny Road, Botanic Gardens, Singapore 259569

#7: Flaming Blondie Skillet

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The brownie’s lesser-known, but equally tasty cousin takes centrestage at Southern American restaurant The Beast. We’re talking about the Flaming Blondie Skillet, served with a glass of bourbon that ignites a fiery blue flame when poured over the dish. The bourbon flavour is a tad strong, but this helps to balance out the sweetness of the blondie, and creates a satisfyingly smoky aftertaste.

17 Jalan Klapa, Singapore 199329

 

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