I've never been a big fan of cheesecakes, especially Japanese cheesecakes, which I think are too light, too airy, too eggwhite-y. I mean they're okay as long as I don't have to eat them for dessert. Because they are NOT desserts.
They are… ummm… bread. Or something.
That is, until Green Cheese.
Green Cheese uses Japanese techniques, but makes its cheesecakes a bit creamier
and just slightly sweeter, so they don't taste like… ummm… meringue.
All cheesecakes are baked in-store everyday so you get them fresh all the time
Original Cheesecake. Look, it's smiling!!!
It truly is, as the box claims, the happiest cheesecake in the world :)
The happiest cheesecake is also so light and fluffy, like creamy puffs of clouds!
The Green Tea Cheesecake is equally addicting
So light and fluffy and grassy, the way real Japanese green tea cheesecake is supposed to be!
I could have finished both cakes easily, but it was past midnight so I didn't dare eat
more than their chins. I was also too lazy to grab a knife and plate so I ate them
with a fork, out of their boxes. :P Believe me, it was hard to stop.
The next morning, when I was ready to eat the rest of their faces, this was what I found in the fridge:
OMG!!! MY MOM!!! SHE'S A MURDERER!!!!!!!!!
Click here to see what she did to my mooncakes and chocolates! Arrrrrgggghhhh!!!
So my massacred cheesecake didn't look all that joyful, but if you saw my face, it was as happy (and okay, fine, as round) as the happiest cheesecake on earth! :)
Congratulations, CJ!!! :)
Green Cheese: Hole in the Wall, 4/F, Century City Mall, Kalayaan Avenue corner Salamanca, Makati City