Batik Roll Cake

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The Batik Roll Cake

A Indonesia roll, jelly roll, or cream roll is a type of sponge cake roll filled with butter cream, cheese or jam. We call it with Bolu Gulun[g.

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Batik

Many Indonesian batik patterns are symbolic. Infants are carried in batik slings decorated with symbols designed to bring the child luck, and certain batik designs are reserved for brides and bridegrooms, as well as their families. Some designs are reserved for royalties, and even banned to be worn by commoners. Consequently, a person’s rank could be determined by the pattern of the batik he or she wore. Further study to the geometry of symbolism in Indonesian batik showed the applicability of fractal geometry  in traditional designs.

Batik garments play a central role in certain Javanese rituals, such as the ceremonial casting of royal batik into a volcano. In the Javanese ceremony, the mother-to-be is wrapped in seven layers of batik, wishing her good things. Batik is also prominent in the tedak siten ceremony when a child touches the earth for the first time.

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And absolutely the creativity it creates a Batik pattern as decoration on a roll cake dessert that is characteristic of Indonesia, which is a combination about art, food, and Indonesia preserve its heritage.

We present Batik Roll Cake with :

IDR 70 K

Variant Cake :

  • Vanilla
  • Chocolate
  • Greentea
  • Pandan
  • Mocca

Variant Fillings :

  • Chocolate
  • Blueberry
  • Strowberry
  • Buttermilk
  • Kacang
  • (jam  as a request)

IDR 80 K

Variant Fillings :

  • Choco Nutella

additional charge IDR 5K for cheddar cheese

special offering for RE-SELLER and join with us   ^_^

 

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