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Sugarnomad’s much loved tasting boxes are back this weekend

Sugarnomad brings basque cheesecake to Adelaide with unique Asian twist.

Founder, Baker and trained Pastry Chef, Ivy Yap has blessed Adelaide with basque cheesecakes after relocating to our beautiful State from Melbourne earlier this year.

Ivy completed her training at Le Cordon Bleu Melbourne, and worked in Ryne under renowned Chef Donovan Cooke. With this incredible experience, Ivy was inspired to launch her own business ‘Sugarnomad’.

Sugarnomad transforms a traditionally Spanish dessert with six unique, asian-inspired flavours: original, green matcha, hojicha (a roasted Japanese green tea), Thai milk tea, ondeh-ondeh (which is a South East Asian flavour combination of Pandan, Coconut, and Palm sugar), and Yuzu, her original and best-selling flavour.

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During the winter, in line with the truffle season, Sugarnomad offered a Caramelised Honey and Black Truffle basque cheesecake. This was exceedingly well received and Ivy is looking forward to this year’s season, and wowing her customers with exciting flavours!

Sugarnomad has achieved a lot in a small amount of time, including its supply of Dodee Paidang, Ima Project Cafe and Dymocks Bookstore cafe in Melbourne (fingers crossed they supply Adelaide’s new Dymocks store).

Sugarnomad’s much loved tasting boxes are back this weekend, they are available today and Saturday, with limited orders. The four flavours in the tasting box are: Original, Thai milk tea, ondeh-ondeh and NEW coffee flavour!!

Order via Instagram for pick-up in Marden (or delivery within 10 kilometres for $8).

Custom orders are available, enquire via email to Ivy.

Keep in touch with Sugarnomad’s Instagram and Facebook – a website is coming soon!

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