Foretaste of Ms. B’s Cakery at 'Chocolate Trail @ Harbour City Exhibition'
until 20 February
Entrepreneur style icon Bonnie Gokson is extending her magic touch from the pulse of fashion to the loving art of baking cakes. The lifestyle diva is establishing a bespoke bakery business called Ms. B's Cakery.
One of the most stylish women in Asia, Ms. Gokson discovered popular demand for her sweet-toothed recipes at her fashionable penthouse restaurant SEVVA, atop Prince's Building in Central.
Due to popular demand and the success for her sweets creations, she has now decided to broaden the market with a commissary purveying her delectable and talked-about cakes & sweets to the general public, corporate groups, and other restaurants and outlets.
Her standalone bakery is currently under construction and scheduled for opening in Spring.
Ms. B's Cakery promises to “raise simple perfection to an art, from preparation to presentation” – with unique flavour combinations and extraordinarily good taste.
“Everything is being made from scratch from premium quality, natural ingredients of the finest produce sourced from all over the world,” she says.
Already a legend at SEVVA is the signature treat of her dessert brand Chocolate Caramel Crunch. Gift boxes priced at HK$880 are available in a choice of colours and include three delicate hand-made sugar flowers, styled as gorgeous peony, exotic orchid or perfect rose.
Unlike fresh flowers which wilt after a few days, the sugar flowers made with simple sugar, purified water and gelatin symbolise a lasting beauty of deep friendship and love – for the perfect keepsake.
With fine Ecuadorian handmade chocolates and caramel crunch packaged in a beautifully bejeweled drawer box, the stunning gift box is being celebrated as the ‘ultimate idea for the Art of Giving’.
For a foretaste, Hong Kong’s most stylish sweets are available for sale at SEVVA and being showcased at the 'Chocolate Trail @ Harbour City Exhibition' at Gateway Arcade, Harbour City. The event is celebrating a sweet start to 2011 and showcasing worldwide chocolate culture daily from 10am-9pm until 20 February.