12 Freshly Baked Cupcakes for £12 from JoJo's Danish Bakery (£30 Value)
- Individually decorated with colours, glitter and sparkles
- Located just off the Royal Mile
- Gluten free and vegan options available (£3 surcharge)
Groupon valid for 1 person, may buy multiple as gifts. Booking required 48 hours in advance. Collection only. Gluten free or vegan cakes available for £3 surcharge.
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While no one could deny that tea and cakes make the perfect companions, fully submerging sponges into cups of tea was considered a step too far. Take your cake correctly with today's Groupon: £12 instead of £30 for 12 freshly baked cupcakes from JoJo's Danish Bakery
Located just off the Royal Mile, JoJo's Danish Bakery is a honey trap full of tempting goodies, with all manner of buns, cakes and teas. Having opened in April, the bakery builds on a sumptuous array of classic treats like carrot cake and gingerbread, with Danish open sandwiches, hotdogs and of course, pastries. Ideal for the sweet toothed of Scotland's first city, visitors should be warned that such irresistible indulgences are bound to cause food envy upon spotting fellow customers' equally appealing choices.
Groupon baking enthusiasts and lovers of the miniature will be fully catered to by the alluring oven of JoJo's Danish Bakery. Giving the cakemakers 48 hours' notice to create 12 individually decorated, freshly be-sparkled cupcakes, owners of inevitably watering mouths can collect their boxes of spongy wonders. Gluten-free and vegan needs can be catered to for an extra cost of £3 to ensure the satisfaction of all cake appreciators, whatever their creed or dietary need.
JoJo’s Danish Bakery & Cafe has buttered its way into the 2011 edition of The List’s Eating & Drinking Guide, where the high point is stated as: fresh, light handmade Danish pastries.
This is the kind of operation which can give Edinburgh a cosmopolitan name. Fresh, well-crafted pastries from the hand of half-Dane Joanna Coleman (aka JoJo) are baked in the basement of this Old Town café and sold not just from the premises but also farmers' markets in Edinburgh, Glasgow and Fife.
– The List’s Eating & Drinking Guide, 2011