Ambiance: 2 scoops of icing. While the big pretend wedding cakes were quite impressive, it wasn't the cozy, sit down and lick-frosting-off-your-fingers kind of establishment that a cupcake shoppe should be. It was very white and almost sterile looking... although the smell was quite yummy.
Customer Services: 2 scoops of icing. The woman at the desk was nice, but not super-friendly. She seemed like maybe she could take or leave our business, and also assume that Lexy did not want a cupcake... Lexy is wondering if this means the woman thought she was too fat to eat
cupcakes... or maybe that she was so skinny that clearly she doesn't eat cupcakes-- either way, assumptions were made, and you know what happens when people make assumptions.
Flavor Variety: 4.5 scoops of icing. There were quite a few yummy choices-- we had a hard time choosing what we should get... there were lots of flavors and they all looked delectable. Both Lexy and myself chose the banana cream cupcakes, which the website describes as
NEW! Banana Creme Pie:Banana cake topped with custard and vanilla creme, and sprinkled with graham crumbs.
We both agreed that this was a good choice.
Quality of Cupcake: 3 scoops of icing. Individually, all the flavors were fantastic-- the custard, the cake, the icing... however, when they all came together, it was a big sloppy mess. The cake wasn't physically strong enough to hold up that yummy thick icing, so it kind of just became a big goopy mess-- a yummy one-- but, nonetheless, a mess.
Cupcake Size: 4 scoops of icing. White Flower did well in this department, as they carry large SUPER SIZE cupcakes with big pretty flowers on the top (meaning lots of yummy icing). One suggestion Lexy had was that they also carry "mini" cupcakes as well, so she could have tried more of the flavors.
Overall Impression: 3ish scoops of icing. White Flower was an excellent beginning to our cupcake adventures in Ohio and the Banana Cream cupcake was very good-- with just a little tweaking, it could be UNSTOPPABLE!