Mörk Launches Its New Söt Cake Range

Originally written for Broadsheet.

Fans of North Melbourne chocolaterie Mörk Chocolate can now pick up its products in some of Melbourne’s best cafes thanks to the launch of Söt by Mörk, its new wholesale cake company.

Mörk Chocolate’s pastry chefs Gad Assayag (ex-Vue de MondeAunty Peg’s and Il Fornaio); Kate Roberston (ex-Cutler & Co); and Ayelet Harpaz (ex- the Fat Duck at Bray in the UK and the French Laundry in California, USA) worked together to develop the seven new desserts in Söt’s launch range.

The new items include a Rooftop Honey and sesame bundt with honey ganache, a chocolate and molasses cookie made from African chocolate, and a vegan chocolate bundt using Mt Zero olive oil. The selection of desserts will be seasonal and the team will emphasise different types of cacao and flavour combinations.

Two longstanding favourites from Mörk Chocolate’s North Melbourne Brew House have also made it into the range; the Peanut Brittle Brownie Ball; and the twice-baked chocolate cake.

“[The cake is] essentially two layers of chocolate batter [and] chocolate, in cake form. It’s our bestselling cake and will always be our bestselling cake,” says Adam Del Mastro, Mörk Chocolate’s business development manager.

The new business was a natural progression for Mörk Chocolate, which already supplies cafes around Melbourne with hot-chocolate mix. They began asking if Mörk Chocolate cakes were available for wholesale too.

The nine desserts are now available for purchase at Patricia Coffee Brewers, Market Lane cafes in the Queen Victoria MarketCollins Street and Prahran Market, and of course the Mörk Chocolate Brew House.

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