There is a very cool imprint of a fierce Chinese Lion on it. We decided that this must be had with some lovely 普洱茶, Pu-erh tea, so I brought out the cake one afternoon as we were having our tea break. It was kind of soft and didn't really need to be cut into so we broke into it with our fingers and ate the dense chewy pieces along with sips of our hot, fragrant Chinese tea.
It seemed to be made of flour and sugar mostly with a hint of almond. (There were no ingredients listed on the package.) The middle of the cake had a sweeter layer running through it. It seemed almost a pity to eat it as it was so pretty, but, ah, such is life. It was a lovely Chinese tea break that day.
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