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Tokyo Lamington in Sydney makes charcoal and PUMPKIN lamington for Halloween

Would you eat a charcoal and PUMPKIN lamington? Bakery reveals an unusual twist on the classic cake

  • An Australian bakery has put a twist on the classic lamington
  • Tokyo Lamington in Sydney Unveiled Charcoal and Pumpkin Lamington
  • Dessert with whipped pumpkin cream, charcoal cake and white chocolate dip


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One bakery has put a twist on the classic lamington — complete with a charcoal cake and pumpkin whipped cream.

Sydney’s Tokyo Lamington has changed its quirky Japanese-inspired twists to reveal the charcoal and pumpkin lamington just in time for Halloween.

The dessert, available this weekend, consists of whipped pumpkin cream, charcoal cake, white chocolate dip and a coating of dried charcoal coconut.

Sydney's Tokyo Lamington has put a spin on the classic lamington just in time for Halloween — complete with a charcoal cake and pumpkin whipped cream

Sydney’s Tokyo Lamington has put a spin on the classic lamington just in time for Halloween — complete with a charcoal cake and pumpkin whipped cream

Poll

Would you try a charcoal and pumpkin lamington?

Many foodies said they were eager to try the unique flavor concoction, with one saying, “That looks so good.”

While another said, “That sounds like an interesting flavor.”

This is the bakery’s second time revealing its Halloween charcoal and pumpkin lamington, and many who tried the flavor said it was delicious.

‘This flavor is the bomb,’ one wrote, while another said, ‘This naughty treat will blow you away. It’s refreshing, not too sweet not too thick. So tasty, it definitely stood out for me.’

Earlier this year, Tokyo Lamington teamed up with Vietnamese restaurant Hello Auntie to create a range of lamingtons filled with Asian fusion flavors to celebrate the Lunar New Year.

Earlier this year, Tokyo Lamington teamed up with Vietnamese restaurant Hello Auntie to create a range of lamingtons filled with Asian fusion flavors to celebrate the Lunar New Year.

Earlier this year, Tokyo Lamington teamed up with Vietnamese restaurant Hello Auntie to create a range of lamingtons filled with Asian fusion flavors to celebrate the Lunar New Year.

Founders Min Chai and former Black Star pastry chef Eddie Stewart have worked with bold flavors in recent years to transform the classic lamington into an epic range of desserts.

Earlier this year, Tokyo Lamington teamed up with Vietnamese restaurant Hello Auntie to create a range of lamingtons filled with a fusion of Asian fusion flavors to celebrate the Lunar New Year.

The lamington flavors include a red curry katsu of beef, pandan and pineapple pie.

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