Tuesday, 27 September 2011

Aroma Festival 2011, The Rocks

I was so excited to go on this global food adventure where I got to indulge myself in the divine world of coffee, tea, chocolate and spice. I already smelled the aroma of coffee miles away!

KeepCup, these reusable coffee cups are so cool, stylish and practical. What's more, they're Aussie made. Love the colours, don't you? Got one for myself. =)

The Latin Quarter

Samba your way to Latin America!

Coffee sack pillows

Byron Bay Chilli Company's Fiery Coconut Chilli Sauce. It's surprisingly good!

Poffertjes  or miniature Dutch pancakes look so cute and taste yummy!

Gluten Free Muesli

Pavlova, is it Aussie or Kiwi?

Turkish Coffee Stand

Turkish tea, apple tea

Turkish coffee lady
Turkish coffee is thick and syrupy than ordinary coffee and is traditionally served with Turkish delights. The grounds are left after drinking and these can be used for fortune telling.

Turkish dance

Indian Spiced Tea

Fully loaded with spices!

Gelato on wheels!

Raspberry, Macadamia and Chocolate

The Orient, experience the taste of Asia.

A little girl playing gu-zheng. I love the authentic sounds this ancient Chinese instrument produces. For a while I felt as though I have been transported back to ancient China.

A dragon's head

Chinese lanterns

red rickshaw

What spices do we have here?

A taste of Asia along Kendall Lane.

 Guylian's hot chocolate drink, it didn't disappoint.

Guylian muffins

Pointy mini Monet cupcakes

 Celebrate all things delicious,  cherry aprons?

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