Cafes don’t come much sweeter than Baked at Ancora. Complete with river views, picnic rugs on the grass and Insta-worthy swing chairs, this Tweed Heads gem is a go-to for locals craving smooth coffee, baked treats and an epic breakfast and lunch menu.
Nestled on the picturesque Tweed River, this fabulous bakery is preparing to celebrate its first birthday with an exclusive line up of booze-spiked croissants.
Baked at Ancora is collaborating with local producers, including Husk Distillery and Stone & Wood, to create a drool-inducing Croissants of Summer range—genuine Parisian pastries loaded with lashings of the good stuff.
We’re told the Croissants of Summer range will include a swag of tasty offerings such as the Pina Colada with Husk’s Pure Cane, the Bam Bam spiced rum with fresh orange and, the stand-out star, an Ink Gin and elderflower croissant. We’ve also got our radar on the Death by Chocolate croissant made with a rich chocolate brown dough. There’s even talk of a savoury beer-battered fried chicken croissant burger, flavoured by Stone & Wood. Drooling yet? You should be!
Baking in renowned French Bongard ovens imported from the Motherland, each carefully crafted croissant takes approximately three days to make, ensuring you’ll be treated to some of the finest, most authentic croissants in Australia.
So, what are you waiting for? Tempt your taste buds with loaded croissants this summer as Baked puts the booze back into food. Coinciding with their first birthday, Baked’s Croissants of Summer range will officially launch on Friday 6 December and will be available to purchase online from Monday 9 December and throughout the festive season.
Happy first birthday, Baked at Ancora!
What: Croissants of Summer booze-spiked croissants
Where: Baked at Ancora, 118 Wharf Street, Tweed Heads
When: Launching Friday 6 December
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Image credit: Kristy Mason Photography for Baked at Ancora