The Fickle Feline 2.0 is the sequel to the much-loved Fickle Feline original, flaunting a range of 10 differently flavoured cheesecakes which are all sans alcohol and thus, suitable for children. Far from boring, this beguiling medley sports four of the newest Cat & the Fiddle cheesecakes to hit our (online) shelves: Red Velvet, Blueberry, Apple Crumble, and Chocolate. Surely, this is proof that you don’t need alcohol to get a party started!
A delight of 10 slices of cheese cakes comprising different flavours.
N1 - Maneki Neko (Tangy Yuzu, Lemon and Lime)
N2 - Modern Duke's Pudding (Oreo Cookies & Cream)
N3 - Over the Moon (Classic New York)
N4 - Queen of Hearts (Sweet Strawberry)
N5 - Paws of Fury (Yuan Yang Coffee & Tea)
N6 - Sweet & Smokey Taffy (Salted Caramel)
N10 - Red Riding Hood (Red Velvet)
N11 - Once in the Blue Moon (Luscious Blueberries)
N13 - Apple of My Eye (Apple Crumble)
N14 - Naughty and Nice (Devil's Chocolate)
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Once again, Cat has an idea so bright
Something that will taste so right
An improved version so divine
So he made another Fickle Feline.
Slightly overrated. Had the alcoholic assorted cake, comes with four slices of alcoholic and six non-alcoholic. Very dense cheese cakes, which is nice. But size of cake is much smaller than expected, more like kids-size.
In a nutshell, the best cheesecakes you have ever tasted. Period. I'm no food critic, but the cheesecakes simply melt the moment it touches your mouth. Each of the 12 flavours simply have that "perfect taste". From strawberry to pineapple to tiramisu, Cat & the Fiddle has truly mastered the art of cheesecakes, and it's totally worth the rather expensive $50 price.
First time order their alcohol mix cakes. Very good quality and tasty cakes. Memorable ones are the lychee martini, pina colada, lemon yuzu and tiramisu. However, if tasting all, u need to leave the strong tasting ones to last else overpowering. Eg yuan yang.
It would be good to allow for ordering online (on a website) instead of auto-direct to the App. The app tends to hang at times and not that user-friendly too. Have been frustrated with it that I gave up ordering several times. Thanks!
Ordered them for an office birthday party. Love the idea that we can order different slices within the cake itself, AND that the slices are readily sliced for easy distribution. My favourite was the orange yuzu one.