Koko Black and Black Star Pastry join forces to create a chocolate cake that’s out of this world

Available this World Chocolate Day for one day only. 

Two of Australia’s most loved dessert brands, Koko Black and Black Star Pastry, are joining forces to celebrate World Chocolate Day on Wednesday, 7 July when for one day only their two worlds collide in the form of a limited-edition creation, the Meteor Cake.

Resting on a bed of dark chocolate financier and cocoa nibs, luscious layers of caramel chocolate, Muscovado sponge, hazelnut crémeux, a gravity-defying chocolate mousse, and praline crunch, the Meteor Cake is delicately balanced to produce a combination of chocolatey goodness of galactic proportions.

Sitting atop the Meteor Cake, a flying meteor is formed from hazelnut truffle and a coat of black cocoa nibs, complete with a blazing Sao Thome chocolate flame and crumbled cocoa nib rubble. From the lower layer of praline crunch, reminiscent of the textures of the moon, to the carved jetstream of chocolate that brings the meteor’s crashing effect to life, the Meteor Cake is an explosion of flavours.

The best bit? Chocolate lovers won’t have to go to the moon and back to get it. The Meteor Cake will be available in limited supply to purchase as individual slices ($15) at selected Koko Black and Black Star Pastry stores in Sydney and Koko Black stores in Melbourne on 7 July until sold out.

In light of new lockdown restrictions in NSW, Black Star Pastry stores will also offer a pre-order home delivery service to Sydney metro area for a four-portion sized Meteor Cake for $55. The cake will be available to order via www.blackstarpastry.com.au from 10am on Friday, 2 July until 4pm on Monday, 5 July (unless sold out prior), to be home delivered on World Chocolate Day, Wednesday, 7 July.

The collaboration saw Koko Black Head Chocolatier Remco Brigou and Black Star’s Group Head Pastry Chef Arnaud Vodounou team up to create something quintessentially indulgent and decadent, yet silky and light.

Brigou says, “The key for both Arnaud and I when developing the concept for the cake was for it to feel like a true collaboration, so the cake is made from a premium selection of our Koko Black chocolate, including our indulgent 70% Sao Thome single origin chocolate and hazelnut praline, creatively spun into a signature Black Star Pastry masterpiece”.

Vodounou adds, ”Partnering with Koko Black for this very special World Chocolate Day creation has allowed Remco and I to combine the best of both of our experiences and knowledge of chocolate and ingredients to create an out-of-this-world dessert for our customers to devour”.

The Meteor Cake from Koko Black and Black Star Pastry is available for one day only – Wednesday, 7 July – in limited supply.

Koko Black and Black Star Pastry will be ensuring safe distancing practices at all stores in line with government restrictions, with customer and staff safety their utmost priority, and encourage those wanting to purchase cakes to be mindful of this.

Koko Black
● Sydney: The Strand Arcade
● Melbourne: Chadstone, Como Centre (South Yarra), Doncaster, Highpoint
    Shopping Centre (Maribyrnong), Town Hall, Royal Arcade, The Glen Shopping
    Centre (Glen Waverley)
Black Star Pastry
● Sydney: Newtown, Rosebery


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