Cupcakería first opened its doors in 2011, and has quickly become a success. An impressive accomplishment in a city where people are not obsessed with cupcakes.
Cupcakería was created by Conchita Valdés Aguilar Amante, and her brother. They wanted to create a business that was unique and attractive to families. Thus, Cupcakería was born.
There’s a lot to like about Cupcakería. Everything, in my opinion, except for the cupcakes. The stores are small and cute. They remind me of the popular Sprinkles cupcakes franchises in the US. They offer a variety of cupcakes in different flavors, on different days.
The flavors are creative and the cupcakes are beautiful. The store has a simple, clean layout like Sprinkles. And, the packaging is clean and playful. They have a great web presence and PR. As a marketer, I’m impressed.
After we got home, he commented that the cupcake was stale and crumbled everywhere as he bit into it. The boy and I ate ours too and had the same reaction.
The cupcakes were beautiful.
The guy working in the store was very friendly.
Still, the cupcakes weren’t fresh, they weren’t tasty and they crumbled everywhere when we bit into them.
We were disappointed.
I wouldn’t go back to Cupcakería. That was my second cupcake from the bakery and both left me feeling crummy.