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Any of you here have use Carma Massa Tocino Tropic Fondant?

post #1 of 13
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This is the only available rolled fondant here in Dubai and cakeStore is selling it per 7kg.

Appreciate any feedback. thanks icon_smile.gif
post #2 of 13
Yes, I've used it and it's my favorite fondant - bar none - to work with. I live in a hot, humid climate and there are days when no other fondant will do anything buy lay in a puddle until I do a lot of things to it to make it set up right. With the Massa Ticino Tropic, I didn't have to do anything but use it. It's also the best tasting fondant I've used.
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post #3 of 13
I also live in the UAE and i saw that brand in Tavola. I read a lot of reviews on how good it is and I'm just waiting for the perfect occasion to try it out. I just cant waste 250 dhs for testing only looool.
post #4 of 13
Indeed, Noura80, nobody said it wasn't expensive!
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post #5 of 13
I love it. It works great, doesn't tear or crack and no "elephant skin". Plus, it tastes great. I use it for most of my cakes.
post #6 of 13
Are there any other members living in Paris who know if this is readily available here? heeh! Almost jealous of you UAE'ers! hehe! Say hello to Mall of the Emirates for me... icon_smile.gif Haven't been there for almost 4 years!! Yikes where does time fly!

Would love to try the fondant one day soon!! Think hubby would think a flight to dubai would be excessive to go buy some fondant?? hehe!

Vicky
post #7 of 13
HELL YEAH!!!! I won't use anything else, it's the BEST fondant I've ever used - just like someone said previously, it doesn't tear, doesn't stretch or elephant skin PLUS you can roll it to about a 16th of an inch thin and it still covers a treat. The only thing you do need to watch for is when you are colouring it - it is just like any other fondant, the more colour you add the softer it becomes and you would either need to let it rest for at least a day, or let it rest AND add some tylose to it to get it to firm up. I literally can't sing it's praises enough!
post #8 of 13
I went ahead and bought it anyways icon_biggrin.gif. I have two occasions and can't wait to try it out. Thanx for the reviews.
post #9 of 13
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Originally Posted by vgereis

Are there any other members living in Paris who know if this is readily available here? heeh! Almost jealous of you UAE'ers! hehe! Say hello to Mall of the Emirates for me... icon_smile.gif Haven't been there for almost 4 years!! Yikes where does time fly!

Would love to try the fondant one day soon!! Think hubby would think a flight to dubai would be excessive to go buy some fondant?? hehe!

Vicky



ohh Vicky it's soo heavy if he doesn't have any luggage then maybe he can bring one back for you. lol
post #10 of 13
Massa Ticino is a swiss product ..
post #11 of 13
Jesters.com in florida sells it for 79.99
post #12 of 13

Hello Vegeris,

 

Was looking for Carma's massa Ticonia & came acroos this post.

Can you please tell me which ship in dubai carries this brand..it will be a great help.

Thanks.

juno

post #13 of 13

HELOO .. Where i Can Buy Carma Massa Ticino in Uae. any supplier contact details????

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