ever wonder what rain would taste like as a cake? well you’re in luck..

So… the Raindrop Cake is the new..uh? Dessert? Croissantbundt cakeAbitch doughnut thingy without any flour/sugar/butter/etc..?  Upon further research (since it’s all hot right now), I read the that he toppings are really the star since It’s a “cake” without much flavor, but it’s made with the highest quality water..

Uhhh.. Ok.

(What the What?!?)

Sounds like the Fantastic Four, Michael B. Jordan arm reach.  However, I can’t call it yet since I haven’t tasted the rain on my tongue.


Totally NOT dissing the cake. I’ll probably check it out when I’m in NY next week- if only because I love Japanese food and the presentation is absolutely stunning. But that’s only if I’m in the Round K hood.

Actually, I think I just wanna look at it, not eat it.


From website..

The Raindrop Cake is inspired by traditional Mizu Shingen Mochi from Japan. It’s a light, delicate and refreshing raindrop made for your mouth. Brought to you by Darren Wong.






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