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Making southerners smile the Bumbleberry way
Joulene Jaggernauth has given the people of south something to smile about. Her new cake and desserts shop, Bumbleberry, located in Duncan Village, San Fernando, offers a variety of delightful and sumptuous treats. The purple and brown décor of the cafe, which she says represents berries and chocolates, is welcoming and warm. Jaggernauth says she had a love for baking and art since she was a child. She went on to pursue her passion at the Westminster College in London, where she obtained a Professional Advance Chef Diploma. However, it was only after a trip to Paris that Jaggernauth decided that this was her calling. After moving back to T&T in 2009, she worked from home for three years taking people’s orders, until she eventually found a place to rent. “I wanted to go all out,” she said. The 28-year-old says she came across the name Bumbleberry in a cookbook and loved it. “It means a mixture of berries, it is an expression of who I am, it reflects what I have been through in life, what I studied what I discovered from work, and the different places I have been to it is an assemblage here.”
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