Russia doesn’t celebrate Christmas like rest of the world on December 25, instead, they do it on January 7. The reason for this is the Russian Orthodox Church celebrates religious holidays according to the Julian calendar. Regardless of the date and month, Christmas celebrations there is a grand affair. It also seems they mastered the art of making Christmas cakes better than most everyone else too. We don’t know how these cakes taste but they sure are beautifully decorated.
The cakes you see here are from Tortik Annuchka Bakery in Moscow, a modern bakery in business since 2009. Cakes are handmade using the best natural ingredients available – they say on the website. Cakes are priced between 2,500 Rubles and 3,500 Rubles (about $40 and $55), compared to Western Europe and the US these prices are a steal. Check out these cakes first and then head over to shop the full sale selection at Tortik.
Christmas Snowman Cake – 2,500 Rubles
Christmas Bear Cake And Cupcakes – 2,500 Rubles
Christmas Penguin Cake – 2,500 Rubles
Merry Christmas Santa – 3,500 Rubles
Christmas Rudolph & Sleigh – 2,500 Rubles
Strawberry Chocolate Cake – 2,800 Rubles
Christmas Cake Pops – 180 Rubles/Pop
Source: Tortik Annushka