Put Biscoff on anything and it’s flattering most going to bang, yet this cheesecake seems to be doing so even more.
Since Waitrose launched their partnership with a English Cheesecake Company – including a Lotus Biscoff charity – it’s been receiving soap-box reviews from cake connoisseurs.
The cheesecake in doubt is described as a ‘Creamy vanilla cheesecake swirled and surfaced with tasty Lotus Biscoff widespread and crumb, on a crunchy digestive biscuit base’.
Certainly not for those yet a honeyed tooth, yet if you’re a fan of speculoos you’ll be hooked.
A container of dual singular slices of a cake costs £2.63 (down from £3.29), or we can get a 484g, 6 in. cake in store for £4 (down from £5).
Since a launch this month, intense regard for a confection has poured in.
One reviewer said: ‘ I’ve introduced so many people to it that I’m now fearful a internal Waitrose will be in consistent low supply!
‘Best cheesecake I’ve had in years! Very abounding and buttery, biscuit is crunchy and apportionment is utterly inexhaustible so we could cut any cut in half and share with some-more friends (who am we kidding, let them buy their own. If they get to a shelf before me that is!)’
Another claimed, ‘This is what angels contingency eat in sequence to be angelic’ and pronounced that ‘the abounding biscoff commanding atop a wealthy tawny yet not over-emotional vanilla cheesecake filling, with a buttery and frail biscuit bottom is utterly simply sky on a plate.’
Given that a cheapest cheesecake we can get approach from a English Cheesecake Company is £25, it’s also a flattering large bargain.
Vegans and those who aren’t Biscoff lovers needn’t skip out, either, as there are dairy giveaway options and other flavours. These embody Sicilian lemon mascarpone, cookies and cream, and chocolate and pickled caramel.
To check stockists nearby you, we can do so online. Better get your skates on, though, as it looks like these competence fly off a shelves.