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Classic Cupcake Co

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by Twacy (subscribe)
I'm a postgraduate student living in the inner west cities of Sydney, with a passion for food, music and travel.
Published September 19th 2013
Quality lovers only
The Classic Cupcake Co is a recently opened cupcake business within the areas of Mosman. It offers a variety of unique flavours of cupcakes as well as cake pop classes.

This is a small modern cupcake store owned by founder, flavour designer Anna Eden. It offers a daily menu of cupcakes and cake pops made from the finest imported ingredients, from natural vanilla of Madagascar to 100% cocoa grown in the Venezuela.

My cake pops
Vanilla and mud cake pops


For those of you who love chocolate, you'll understand how difficult it is to source 100% cocoa in your local supermarket. I was drawn to the store while searching for places to improve my current enthusiasm for cake pops.

Courtesy of Classic Cupcake Co


Cake pops are often covered by candy melts and chocolate melts having a lot of unknown ingredients. Anna Eden uses Callebaut, a sustainably grown cocoa bean to cover and make the cake pops, so you can be sure that your eating anything but the finest.

The daily selection of cupcakes


One of the stores best sellers since opening would be the unique purple velvet and red velvet cupcakes. They also have a unique OOie selection with a soft middle filling that drizzles when you bite into the centre.

Cake pop classes
Anna teachers the classes herself within the kitchen just behind the store front. The classes are small with a maximum of 10 people. All ingredients are provided on the day with a convenient fold up box to take home. I emphasize the box because of the long travel back home.



You are taught on the basics of decorating and preparing cake pop. Decorating with sprinkles, sherbets and chocolate toppings. After that, you have a two hour hands on experience to decorate the cake pops in any way you choose. Two hours later, you will pack home 6 cake pops as though it was bought from the store.
I even got a certificate of completion after class. I'm sure everyone would like some recognition after such a detailed handling of food in 2 hours.
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Why? Eat and learn
When: On weekends
Phone: 61 (2) 8091 5222
Website: theccc.com.au
Where: Mosman
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