Frosting Varieties For Cake Tastings

Business By SandraDee73 Updated 17 Aug 2015 , 6:36am by leta

SandraDee73 Posted 14 Aug 2015 , 3:24pm
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When having a cake tasting, do you offer more than one frosting base?

For example, you can use ABC, IMBC, SMBC, or Bettercream (Rich's or Frostin Pride) and flavor them to your needs.

Is there one that's preferred or expected?

3 replies
oftheeicing Posted 14 Aug 2015 , 4:14pm
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I always provide my vanilla and chocolate cakes since they are the base of all of my recipes, my normal buttercream,  a sampling of my marshmallow fondamt + allow potential customers to select 2 additional frosting flavors and 2 fillings from my menu.

costumeczar Posted 14 Aug 2015 , 4:44pm
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I do a vanilla cake with ABC, chocolate cake with my fudge filling, almond with amaretto IMBC, and a  fruit or other flavor with a meringue buttercream to coordinate. That way people can see if they prefer the ABC to a meringue or vice-versa.

leta Posted 17 Aug 2015 , 6:36am
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Personally, I only do one style of icing-IMBC. I don't like making and working with ABC, and there are literally millions of other places folks can get it.  IMBC pleases 95% of the people 95% of the time, and I'm fine with losing out on someone who prefers something else.  That's just me, tho!  I make 3 favorite flavor combinations of cake with filling.  They're the most popular for a reason.  Then people can expand and customize from there if they like. I will also try to accommodate a flavor request. 

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