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Tassikoogid


30. May 2014

Tassikoogid

Or ‘cupcakes’ in English is a small cupcake café in Tartu’s Tasku Centre. While many other parts of the world have already been hit by the cupcake craze, here in Estonia it is only recently these decorative desserts have started gaining in popularity. The creativity at Tassikoogid knows no limits; flavours include sea buckthorn, black bread-yoghurt, baked apple, and more. All desserts are made in house. And those in Tallinn need not worry, you can taste Tassikoogi cupcakes at Kohvik Wabadus in Freedom Square (Vabaduse väljak).

Tasku Centre, Turu 2, Tartu.

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