Vibrant Holi Special Cakes & Chocolates at Cocoa Bakery

By: Rajdeep Bhattacharjee

March 19, 2016


Holi Special Cake Launch at Cocoa Bakery


Cakes have a magical charm of its own. It can be prepared and consumed in any occasion. As the process is very easy and less time consuming you can make anyone happy just by making and offering a cake. Cakes are itself very colourful and can even compliment a celebration of colours like Holi. Wear all the colours, mix with everyone out there, have some authentic Holi drink, shake your feet with some amazing Holi song and at the end of the day have a delicious Holi Special cake. Your perfect Holi celebration is done.




You never need an occasion to justify eating cake, especially not at Cocoa Bakery’s Cakes and Chocolates, where the cakes are moist and flavourful. They do classic cakes as well, with a spot on cake-to-frosting ratio. If you’re looking for great Holi Special cakes look no further.




Holi celebration and gifts




Celebration and gifts goes hand in hand. As far as Holi is concerned it is the most popular festival celebrated all over India. This is the festival which makes the already colourful India more colourful. Celebrating Holi without sending some cool gifts to your loved ones is like a fish without water. Just like any other occasion gifts form an indispensable part of Holi. With this concept in mind, the Proprietor of Cocoa Bakery, Sarita Lakhmani arranged for a gift giving event Bakery Bahar for Bashant Panchami.


Holi special cakes




The Cocoa Bakery celebrated Holi in a unique way. During the time of Holi they thought of giving away cakes and other Bakery items as gifts. These were all presented in gift boxes containing cakes and lot more. You celebrate Holi with your loved ones and gift them a sweet treat. These Holi Special gift boxes are also a perfect treat for the kids of the house. This is also perhaps the best possible way to celebrate an occasion in a unique way and gift something equally unique.


Content of the gift boxes




You must have heard about gift boxes. These are the most popular gift idea and the most hassle free things to gift. So, what did you gift your little sister this year on Holi? Her favourite author’s book? A pair of cool shades? A tote bag? How about gifting her a gift box filled with cakes and pastries? Yes, you heard it right. You would have gifted her such a box if you were at the Cocoa Bakery this Holi. They gave away gift boxes filled with cup cakes, cookies and other Bakery products. These cute gift boxes will cost you just RS. 500- RS. 1000, which means they are extreme pocket friendly. They were prepared specially for Holi and were available during the Holi days only.


Foodies Pick


Cocoa Bakery’s Hi Tea menu consists of Iced Tea, Paneer Tikka Patties, Veg Focaccia, Pasta Alfredo, Chicken Tikka Patties, Mixed Fruit Pastry and Cold Coffee.




Start off with the freshly made Paneer Tikka Patties, served warm with perfectly flavoured paneer tikka — warning: very addictive. Veg Focaccia here was crispy, light and airy and it will delight those who love veg, with its straight forward flavours.




Chicken Tikka Patties really stands out with its spiced, marbled sourdough bread with a crisp caramelised crust. Though chicken tikka was slightly chewy but flavour was heart pleasing.




The simplicity of Pasta Alfredo was deceiving. It’s the kind of comfort food you wish you could have anytime. A trip here wouldn’t be complete without trying at least one of their homemade pasta dishes, guaranteed to be cooked perfectly and tossed in rich, flavour-packed sauces.




The moist and creamy cake layers are studded with mix fruits that are seriously fresh and crispy — the way they should be, and they don’t skimp on the apple shavings either! The apple crumble here was pretty legit too; the chunks of cinnamon-kissed caramelized green apple pieces beneath the buttery crumbles will bring your taste buds on a trip to Germany.




Holi special menu


Apart from gift boxes there were Holi special menu also. This means they gave you the chance to celebrate Holi, treat your loved ones with special Holi dishes and send some sweet cakes to the ones living far away. The menu included Veg Paneer Pasta, Veg Exotic Cassia, Chicken Tikka Pattis, Paneer Pattis and Mixed Fruit Pastry.




All such unique events and celebrations make Kolkata a hot and happening city. Everyone participates in their unique way and adds to the festive mood. The Cocoa Bakery is also not an exception. Kudos to their unique and amazing initiative of celebrating Holi. With their attractive, vibrant cake display, there’s no way you’re walking out with just one item!




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About Rajdeep Bhattacharjee

A ravenous eater, a thirsty drinker, an enthusiastic traveller and a very sound sleeper – once a wannabe hacker and now a Government employee, is an aspiring food critic and travel blogger. He hates the loose use of the word ‘foodie’ and prefers, instead, the expression ‘food devotee’. For him, good food and honest people are the biggest motivators.

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1915940_101100699948573_1759232_nRajdeep Bhattacharjee wears many feathers in his cap. A ravenous eater, a thirsty drinker, an enthusiastic traveller and a very sound sleeper – Rajdeep, once a wannabe hacker and now a Government employee, is an aspiring food critic and travel blogger. He hates the loose use of the word 'foodie' and prefers, instead, the expression 'food devotee'. For him, good food and honest people are the biggest motivators.

He is the founder of Gourmets Travel Guide, a website devoted completely to food and travel. Rajdeep is an avid blogger and one can find many of his sojourns aptly expressed on the website

Rajdeep had been recently chosen by the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) to board the inaugural flight from Kolkata to Bangkok (TG – 336) and received accolades for wonderfully recounting the experience, from start to finish, in his blog. In fact, his travelogue was featured in Hangla Hneshel, one of India's foremost Bengali magazine dedicated completely to food and travel. Rajdeep doesn't stop there! One of his undersea walks also got featured in The Telegraph, one of India's leading dailies. He is also one of the chief curators and a selector for chefs and restaurants for Channel One's Resto Ranna episodes.

Zomato ranks Rajdeep among the top ten food connoisseurs in the city. He has also been ranked number 5 and 6, in this year's Network 18 and Burrp surveys respectively, as one of the discerning food critics in the country.

Rajdeep loves eating out at different restaurants. A true blue Bengali at heart and gut, experimenting with food and palates come naturally to him. And he doesn't mind leaving an endearing word or two for chefs who have displayed their talents on the plate and the restaurant management for the inviting ambiance of an eatery.

Rajdeep counts is as his forte the wonderful rapport he shares with different media houses. Thus his writings have already been picked up by top food journals and news dailies apart from the exposure he has to talk about them on social media. Reputation management of his clients come naturally to him be it on the virtual platform or in print.

He has been blogging for the last three years. When he is not writing on food and travel or working as a Government employee, you can most certainly catch him with a camera slung around his neck and travel gear ready to satisfy his inner wanderlust.