Tuesday, December 13, 2016

#FoodPH - Taste The World with Premium Bread and Pastries at Bakers Maison by Gardenia

Bakers Maison, Gardenia’s artisanal specialty bakery cafĂ©, introduces more breads and pastries inspired and originated from different countries allowing consumers to experience signature bread experience from all over the world.



Through the technology and bread making expertise of Gardenia Bakeries Philippines and its collaboration with various industry experts, Bakers Maison Philippines will deliver exceptional consumer value through its delectable breads and pastries inspired not just by traditional and authentic French recipes, but a fusion of flavours from all over the world.



A Taste from France: Bakers Maison artisan breads have a crusty texture and dense moist center, made according to authentic French recipes like Baguette Parisienne and Sourdough de Maison

Can't decide  which one is my favorite. I can vouch for these bread and pastries!


A Taste from Austria: Indulge with Bakers Maison’s Viennoiserie creations that have selected premium quality ingredients from its Butter Croissants with layers of rich butter  from New Zealand rolled into a masterpiece that is flavorful, light, and flaky, Cheese Royale Croissant with authentic cheese, Peach Custard Danish with classic blend of peaches and creamy custard and Pain Au Chocolat, Bakers Maison’s signature pastry filled with exquisite Belgian chocolate and topped with chocolate ganache.

Italian Pesto Bread, Lemon Custard Napoleones


A Taste from Italy: Savor the flavor goodness from Italy with Italian Pesto Bread where one can enjoy the creaminess of pesto complemented with cheese in a bread topped with parsley bits and Chicken Pomodoro Bun, an Italian-inspired Chicken al Pomodoro bursting with juicy tomatoes and spices served in a soft bun.

Ms. MM Baybay, Retail Product Manager of Gardenia Philippines welcoming BAP bloggers.


A Taste from Singapore: Get a blend of rich coffee taste and cream cheese in a soft bun perfect for a sweet wake-up call with Coffee Cream Cheese Bun.

Chicken Ham and Pineapple


A Taste from USA: Inspired by a popular taste in North America, Bakers Maison’s Ritzy Raisin Loaf  is a creamy and soft loaf bread studded with hearty raisins.

Margherita Baguette, Garlic and Olives Baguette, Bacon and Mozarella Baguette

A Taste from Iran: Did you know that your favorite Double Chocolate Chip Cookie is actually originated from Iran? You know “It’s Never Too Chocolate”.

Caramel Machiatto


A Taste from United Kingdom: Indulge with the extremely gratifying soft and moist Blueberry Cream Cheese Muffin with generous flavor servings.

Customer getting in line to check out.


Bakers Maison is committed to quality and consistency and uses only the finest ingredients and original recipes to create the authentic French taste. All breads are partially baked in a clean and controlled environment and delivered frozen to the store, where final oven baking is done. This process, otherwise known as the “par-baked” method, guarantees consistent quality and freshness, made possible through central commissary production.

I think I found my new favorite bread and pastry shop. ;)


Consumers can rest easy as all breads are skilfully crafted and baked fresh daily by Gardenia, whose trademark is equated to quality and value.

Bloggers of Bloggers Association of the Philippines at the Bakers Maison event, Glorietta 4, Makati City!

Can't wait to hear your experiences on the comment section. What are your favorites?


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