LONDON: “CAKE HOTEL” WITH 8 SUGAR-COVERED ROOMS
A group of confectioners made dreams a reality on Thursday by transforming a London home into a pop-up “cake hotel” filled with edible works of art, Huffington Post reports. The stunt, a one-day-only event, was orchestrated by sugarcane brand Tate & Lyle Sugars to promote its new Taste Experience range of golden and brown cane sugars.
It took 14 cake makers more than 2,000 hours of baking, plus 900 hours to construct the hotel’s many sugary elements. In all, more than 1,300 pounds of sugar were used for 2,000 macarons throughout the hotel, a rug made from 1,081 meringues, edible books, marshmallow garlands and countless other goodies.
Source: Huffington Post