Decadent treats bringing joy

Snow-kissed Chestnut Tart from the holiday menu.

AS THE year draws to a close, many are anticipating the holiday season with joy.

With this in mind, The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf Malaysia is welcoming Malaysians to a “Discover Joy” journey at its stores.

“This year, we are placing joy at the centre of our holiday messaging,” said The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf Malaysia marketing and innovation head Fiona Rodrigues.

“We want to encourage everyone to embrace the precious yet fleeting moments via our handcrafted beverages and delectable bites.”

The beloved chocolate peppermint makes its return this season and is available in a variety of flavours and sizes.

For the bold and adventurous, the brand is introducing a dash of spice into its chocolate and chilli drink pairings to bring a new dimension of taste and heat.

The menu offers Chilli Chocolate Ice Blended, hot or iced Chilli Chocolate Latte, and Cold Brew Black with Chilli Cream Cap.

Also available is a delectable holiday spread to satisfy food cravings this holiday season.

The Cinnamon and Raisin Swirl (RM7.50) and Panettone Frost (RM7.50) are available for those wanting a quick yet satisfying bite.

The Lil’ Joy Cookie, Jolly Breadman and Jingle Wonderland (RM7.50 onwards) are ideal for children and those young at heart.

For cakes, the Winter Speculoos is a tribute to the Belgian spiced shortbread cookie, while Minted Frost infuses a local pandan twist into a minty-chocolate cake.

The brand’s holiday staple, the Happy Holiday Log, is now joined by the new Cosy Carrot Log and Snow-kissed Chestnut Tart.

The cakes are from RM14.90 per slice, RM60 for a petite size (selected flavours) and RM149 onwards for a whole cake.

Grandma’s Chicken Sandwich, Grandpa’s Pepperoni Pizza, plant-based Magic Elf Pie, Smoked Duck Pizza and Smoked Duck Aglio Olio are for those who want heartier meals.

They are priced from RM15 onwards per dish.

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