Last minute ordering for Thanksgiving desserts!

Here are our options for Thanksgiving. Our Brookfield store will be open the day of Thanksgiving from 9:30am to 1:00pm so you will be able to pick up your order or make last minute purchase. However, there will be limited availability on Thanksgiving day, so do not forget that the cut off date for ordering our specialty cake is Friday November 20.

Caramel Pecan Cake
Four layers of vanilla cake with crushed pecans, 3 layers of caramel and vanilla buttercream, finished with purple frosting, gold leaf decorations, and 4 of our Macarons. Comes in 2 sizes of 6 inches and 8 inches, which serve 8 to 12 and 12 to 16 people respectively.
Pumpkin Chocolate Marble Cake
Four layers of pumpkin chocolate marble cake, 3 layers of cream cheese buttercream, finished with white frosting, dark chocolate accents, and 4 of our Macarons. Comes in 2 sizes of 6 inches and 8 inches, which serve 8 to 12 and 12 to 16 people respectively.
Chambord Cake
Four alternate layers of chocolate and yellow cake with raspberry butter cream filling. Cake is finished with our signature vanilla butter cream frosting, a chocolate “waterfall” and topped with 3 fresh macarons (raspberry, vanilla and chocolate). Size of 6 inches, which serve 8 to 12
Set of 6 mini pastries
Perfect for any family or corporate event, in complement to the macarons, providing even more diversity of flavors to your guests.
Turtle Tartlet (caramel, chocolate and pecan nut | 2 in)
Key Lime Tartlet (2 in)
Tiramisu Cup (mascarpone cream in a chocolate cup | 1.5 in)
Amarena Cup (amarena cherry cream and dark chocolate mousse in a chocolate cup | 1.5 in)
Mini L’Opera (1.25 x 1.5 in)
Mini Flourless Chocolate Cake (2 in)
Customization possible – please consult us.
Traditional Apple Pie
Filled with orchard-fresh Michigan apples between 2 tender golden flaky pie crust layers. 10in (serves 8 people).
And of course our famous macaron, they always be available for you even at the last minute!
Consult us for any order exceeding 40 units and make your unique macaron tower of the day

Published by Philippe Guyony

The Vincent was of course not my first motorcycle, but rather a slow maturation process, which started in 1982 when a friend of mine offered me the opportunity to ride his Rapide for a few miles. I was student at that time, and in fact, it took me 12 long years to afford the acquisition of my own 1948 Rapide Series B. Since, I have own many other V-Twins of any kind, including a 1951 C Black Shadow, but the Egli-Vincent became to me like an obviousness, or at least, the motorcycle that suited me the best. Even today, although I love all British Classics, she remains for me the ultimate motorcycle, the one I would have if I had to keep only one. My wish is to be able to convey this passion to you through these pages dedicated to the Egli-Vincent and more widely to the Fast Vincent.

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