REVIEW: Strawberry Boba Tea Petit Cake and Mushu Bar for AAPI Heritage Month at Amorette’s Patisserie

Brit Tuttle

A small, decorative cake resembling a milk carton, adorned with pink polka dots and strawberries next to a popsicle cake with a red and yellow floral design.

REVIEW: Strawberry Boba Tea Petit Cake and Mushu Bar for AAPI Heritage Month at Amorette’s Patisserie

For Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, Amorette’s Patisserie is celebrating with two new treats: the Strawberry Boba Tea Petit Cake and the Mushu Cake Bar.

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Amorette’s Patisserie is located in the Town Center area of Disney Springs, near Levi’s and World of Disney.

A small, decorative cake resembling a milk carton, adorned with pink polka dots and strawberries next to a popsicle cake with a red and yellow floral design.

Strawberry Boba Tea Petit Cake – $22

Layers of Vanilla Cake soaked in Strawberry Milk Tea filled with Strawberry Mousse, Strawberry Boba Pearls, and Crushed Strawberry Biscuit Sticks

Strawberry cakes decorated with whole strawberries and chocolate details in a chilled display case, with description labels visible.
A hand holding a small pink cake decorated with black polka dots and topped with two candy strawberries, against a blurred background of purple flowers.
A hand holding a partially eaten strawberry cupcake with pink frosting, showing layers of cake and cream.

Rating out of 7: 3

This takes a pretty picture, but that’s the best thing about this cake. The presentation is great. What we don’t understand was the decision to make the boba pearls on the outside from fondant rather than using actual boba.

The strawberry mousse is overpowering. It’s a very strawberry-forward dish, but the mousse is artificial and drowns out the cake itself.

The cake was soaked in strawberry milk tea and filled with strawberry popping boba. There are also pieces of strawberry Pocky sticks that add a nice texture.

Like most of the petit cakes at Amorette’s, it’s covered in fondant. The two strawberries on top are chocolate with a very off-putting artificial sour strawberry flavor.

Mushu Cake Bar – $8

Chocolate and Red Velvet Cake Bar

Red and chocolate mushu-themed cake bars displayed in a café, each priced at $8, decorated with yellow flowers, and backlit by sunlight.
Person holding a red popsicle with a white llama design, in front of a colorful flowerbed.
A red ice cream bar decorated with a white dragon design and yellow edible flowers, held in front of vibrant pink and purple flowers.
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A close-up of a hand holding a bitten chocolate ice cream taco with pink shell and colorful sprinkles, with blurred pedestrians and a building in the background.

Rating out of 7: 5

This had a rich dark chocolate flavor and the cake was moist. While not listed on the ingredients, there are crunchy pearls inside. The chocolate coating could have been overkill, but it works well here. It’s not overly sweet. The flowers are fondant, which we do not enjoy, but others might.

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