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Cake business is Good Business in China

Published on October 29, 2012 by Tycho de Feijter

Rolls-Royce Ghost in the Cake business in China

Here we have a white Rolls-Royce Ghost, parked in its own heavily protected spot, seen in the great city of Changchun in Jilin Province by reader Steve, thank you for the pics! The Ghost is an expensive autocar, especially in China. The owner then must have a big and wealthy company…

Rolls-Royce Ghost in the Cake business in China

Black Swan Cake,  cake business is apparently very good Business in China. It is indeed, this vehicle belongs to a Chinese company called Holiland, one of the largest bakery chains in the country which controls over 1000 cake shops in 70 cities. Their most expensive cakes are the ‘Black Swan Series’ and the ‘White Swan Series’. Says ChinaDaily:

The wedding cake in the swan series will set customers back 10,000 yuan (1600 USD). Fittingly, as part of the service, it will be delivered to the wedding ceremony by Rolls Royce free of charge.

Delivery by Rolls-Royce is a fine touch that will certainly appeal to China’s nouveau riche. Still, earning back the Ghost won’t be easy, price starts at a hefty 4.19 million yuan. That’s a lotta cakes.

Rolls-Royce Ghost in the Cake business in China

More Rolls-Royce Ghost from China: dual tone, Six Senses, crash, crash, crash, crash, EWB and a special China Edition.

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  1. lyl- October 29, 2012 Reply

    Same car with 京A00– plate is parked usually at their Beijing office by Dawanglu. If I am not mistaken boss has also a convertible without the black swan logo.
    I think you haven’t mention it, they hold Guinness record for most expensive wedding cake at 1,999,999 RMB (approximately $315,000 USD). A couple of cakes gets you a ghost.

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