This Christmas cake mixing ceremony at Evoma took place on November 2 with great pomp and revelry. Media people present included News 18, who covered the ritual with video and interviews of Chef Zaki and others. Book a table now to get your slice of this special cake when it's baked and ready.
The story of Christmas revolves around love, peace, hope and joy. Christmas is not complete without a Christmas tree, adorned with glittering stars and lights, and a feast, all kinds of sweets, and the Christmas Cake. Plum cakes are especially a part of this tradition.
We here at Evoma welcome this Christmas season with a traditional “Fruit soaking Ceremony” which is the first step in kicking off the holiday season.
Cake Mixing has its origins in Europe, as part of a family get together before Christmas. With newly harvested fruits and nuts, the Christmas Cake preparation gets under way. This tradition then slowly got adopted by many countries around the world. Now many hotels, resorts, etc. start up with Cake mixing ceremony in the month of October or November. The flavours, aroma, variety and quality of fruits and nuts contained in the ceremony play an essential role in Christmas Plum cakes.
Cashew nuts, almond, pistachio, tutti frutti, strawberry, peaches, apricot, blueberry, pineapple, fig, etc. are combined with the mixture of wine, liquor, honey and fruit juices. The aroma which develops from the dried fruits and nuts saturated in wine and liquor is fascinating.
This Christmas cake mixing ceremony at Evoma took place on November 2 with great pomp and revelry. Media people present included News 18, who covered the ritual with video and interviews of Chef Zaki and others. The ceremony was accompanied with high tea as well.
With the process complete, the Christmas Cake mix has now been shifted into a container, where it will be preserved for around 30-45 days. The mix will be taken out in December first week.
The yummy traditional plum cakes at Evoma will be filled with these intoxicated yummy cherries, nuts, grapes and tutti frutti.