From the available items, we opted for three - Kahlua (Rs. 650), Blueberry (Rs. 650) and Caramel (Rs. 600).
The cracker base was light and had a tinge of butteriness to it, the cream filling was fluffy, creamy and slightly sweet, while the blueberry coulis adds a subtle fruity kick. A swirl of sourness in the cream filling would have made it perfect.
Sharing the same base and the middle, this cheesecake had a layer of caramel on top. It's the sweetest one out of the three, but not in an overpowering way, which we loved.
I love Kahlua, I love cheesecake, I love them both, which is why this is my favourite out of the lot - the Kahlua Cheesecake. With a handful of chocolate chips scattered about, its base was chocolaty, a wee bit crumbly than we would have liked, but it didn't stop us from indulging it. Every spoonful had that Kahlua zing popping through. This is a treat for those of you who love anything chocolate-based.
We enjoyed these cheesecake jars by JARS. The prices of the cheesecake are more or less similar to the ones in cafes, and you get to keep the jar. It's a solid option to go for, especially when your sweet tooth must be satisfied in home-quarantine.
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