In an unusual piece, I have to draw attention to one of my favourite desserts the humble cheesecake, often left behind or only experienced at a wedding, the Cheesecake is […]
In an unusual piece, I have to draw attention to one of my favourite desserts the humble cheesecake, often left behind or only experienced at a wedding, the Cheesecake is going through a revolution in Northern Ireland thanks to local company Death by Cheesecake. I thought I would never taste better than New York Cheesecake in Manhattan but I was wrong.
Delivering to the local area, Death By Cheesecake or DBC for short takes the route of customisation on cheesecakes to the next level. If a request is possible they will try to make it. While there is nothing unusual in a company offering different flavours the sheer amount of options available make it as much fun deciding what to order as actually eating it. Think of it as Netflix for Cheesecake.
These are only a few of the more traditional flavours, but more exotic have included Chocolate Truffle and Brazil Nut and the mighty Caramac with Caramac Ganache. All the cakes are made with traditional ingredients and without giving away the recipes the bases are as good as the toppings themselves.
Coming in at around 10 Slices per cake and around 500 kcal a slice this is a serious dessert and ideal for local businesses and events, family gatherings and just weekends. If the calorie count and size of the cake are too much there are also the options for individual cake boxes.
So If you are in the market for a unique dessert give DBC a follow on Facebook or attend their free taster evening on 4th November at