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Sydney's Best Macaron Makers!
Established in April 2010, MakMak Macarons is one of Sydney's leading macaron makers. MakMak's macarons were declared Sydney's best, ahead of heavyweights like Adriano Zumbo and Laduree, in a blind tasting by esteemed Sydney chefs Christine Manfield (Universal), Peter Gilmore (Quay) and Ross Lusted (The Bridge Room). All three voted MakMak as their most preferred.
MakMak’s handmade macarons are distinguished by their unique texture and flavour as well as a commitment to sourcing the highest quality ingredients including Callebaut chocolate, Maldon Sea Salt and Bombay Sapphire gin. MakMak uses seasonal fresh fruits and native Australian ingredients including lemon myrtle and strawberry gum.
Carlos, the 'Mak Daddy', of MakMak, can't wait to meet you at one of their next workshops.
ClassBento has verified MakMak Macarons's identity via their passport / driver's license, Australian bank account, and their business details (ABN 24149904165)
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With our gift card, they can book this class at a time that suits themGifting options
Joud Felemban • Oct 2019
Felicia Sunito • Apr 2019
Ailing Huang • Jan 2019
Barbara Leung • Jan 2019
Lisa Veale • Oct 2018
Fiona Bozic • Oct 2018
William Hendarta • Sep 2018
Andrew Phillips • Aug 2018
Tonie • Aug 2018
Malak Hariri • Aug 2018
Meng Du • Jun 2018
Isabelle McGowan • Apr 2018
Rhonda • Apr 2018
Yolanda • Mar 2018
Just wondering how young is too young to attend this class. Knowing how tricky macarons are to make? I have a 6 year old boy & 7.5yr old girl
Both ages are fine if accompanied by an adult. As long as they are interested in baking, they should be able to follow the class.
For a private class, can you provide aprons? And can we keep our drinks in your fridge?
Yes to both questions!
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Gaining popularity in recent years, macarons have established themselves as a favourite dessert. Beyond the traditional French macaron, there are plenty of different shapes and flavours. They are diverse, sweet and challenging to perfect. Macarons are tricky to get right.
With their pretty colours, simple shape and small size, macarons are the perfect dessert for parties. They are commonly used at bridal showers, baby showers, bachelorette parties, tea parties and other upscale occasions. Whether you choose one colour or several, they are not only an aesthetically pleasing snack, but tasty too. Macarons are light and airy, making them a great choice when guests want something small to pick at. Plus, there is sure to be a flavour that fits into any colour scheme.
Aspiring bakers often try their hand at baking macarons because they are difficult to make. They may look simple, but don’t let the appearance fool you. The method seems straightforward but the technique must be perfect, otherwise, you won’t get the desired appearance or consistency. For this reason, macarons are often included on competitive baking TV shows. If contestants can perfect them, that’s a good indication of their skill level.
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