The Towering Dessert That's Taking China
Reminiscent of a French dessert called the croquembouche, the ‘
(草莓塔) is currently on every Chinese youth's to-eat list.
, usually strawberries, are bound together with
, and stacked as high as possible. At some dessert shops, the sweet treat measures up to
Unsurprisingly, the dessert's ambitious height is sometimes a
recipe for disaster
: Several netizens have captured epic
of their treats toppling over.
However, many will take that risk if it means getting in on the
hottest food trend
food and drink
trends in China by clicking on the link below.