Its main demographic was female, ranging between the ages of forty and seventy, I reckon. Beyond this group were young families, which explained the random bursts of winter boot-clad children in our peripheral.
Admittedly, a few items did catch my eye. Ahgase-themed earrings were spotted; while adorable, its composition was ostensibly poor.
That said, items of innovation were also witnessed. Yielding from partnerships with local Toronto breweries were wine-, craft cider-, and craft beer-infused cupcakes. Behind The Baker's Bar was a husband-and-wife duo who weren't shy to provide further details on their products; and just as seasonal beer varieties are introduced for a given period of time then banished indefinitely, the same would apply to the cupcake (and gingerbread cookie) roster.
The lineup rotated throughout the weekend, with Appledoodle on Friday and Gingerella on Saturday. Fixed installments such as The Classic, Ooh Bae, and Milk 'N Oreos persisted in presence.
Spicy and sweet in all the right ways, Gingerella was a hybrid of a gingerbread cookie base and oozing Nutella centre. A close second favourite to PB&B, this was a variety I desperately wish to have purchased more of.
Exploration time was limited for both of us, so we quickly snatched up some samples before perusing the rest of the displays. Unfortunately, the lineup for the Planetarium was far lengthier than we would have liked, therefore causing it to go unexperienced.