Is it Kele (one syllable) or Ke-Le (two syllables)? I guess if you pronounce Rose as one syllable, then you should pronounce Kele as one syllable. Similar if you pronounce Ro-Se as two syllable, then you would pronounce it as Ke-Le. Hmm… actually, if you pronounce Rose as one syllable, then you should pronounce Ke-Le as two syllable. And vice versa. So that everyone would be able to pronounce the two words using both one and two syllables. Best of both worlds.
I suspect this was what the cooks at Kele was thinking about when they made this. They were probably looking to get the best of both worlds. So they made these pineapple tarts by putting the pineapple paste on top of a rose fragrant butter biscuit. Pineapple and rose, best of both worlds.
Yes, but unfortunately, two good things don’t necessarily make it twice as good. The rose butter biscuit is good, a hint of rose fragrance in a nice butter biscuit. The pineapple paste is ok, not too sweet. It’s missing that tanginess of the pineapple, but it’s acceptable. The part I fail to understand is why put those two together? The mild pineapple fragrance on the paste is lost with the smell of the rose. And the mild rose fragrance on the biscuit is lost with the smell of the pineapple. Almost feels like both these nice fragrance is completing for my attention, rather than complementing each other.
Made in Singapore. Bought in Singapore.