Teaneck, NJ Locals Create the Newest Innovation in Gifting - Gourmet Pastry Bouquets

Share Article

Introducing Gardenia's Fire Gourmet Pastry Bouquets. The pinnacle of thoughtful gifting! How the concept went from prototype to beautiful thoughtful gift.

One of the first prototype bouquets developed in 2014 with heavenly Hues from 2016

Then and Now

We put maximum effort into what we do to provide the best quality possible. We don't use preservatives and do everything by hand

The Gourmet Pastry Bouquet concept started in 2014 when Teaneck local, Moaaz Koshul, was at a loss for a good Mother's Day gift. "My mom loves flowers but after a few years of the same, you want something new, you know?" said Moaaz. A man with a sweet tooth, Moaaz enjoys baking as a hobby. "From scratch, I've made Strawberry Shortcakes, Blueberry Muffins, Mini-Cheesecakes, and a few other things here and there. The cheesecakes are probably my favorite."

He approached his father for advice, Ahmad Koshul's 20+ years in the floral and gifting industry helped provide the inspiration for the first Gardenia's Fire bouquet. "We took some cupcakes, cheesecakes, donuts, that kind of stuff, and arranged them like a centerpiece at one of my dad's old flower shops. It looked nice and the family loved it but we've definitely come a long way since then." Moaaz says with a smile.

After input from family and friends, Moaaz realized the potential of his gift. Working with professional bakers to improve his recipes and decorations, and his father to help design the bouquets, Gardenia's Fire was born. At http://www.gardeniasfire.com, gift givers can choose from 19 bouquet designs and a variety of gift boxes for local and nationwide delivery. Customers can also call 84-GARDENIA and inquire about custom designs, colors, and bouquets. In May 2016, they expanded to a storefront inside the Bergen Town Center in Paramus where they offer the brownies, cheesecakes, and cupcakes found on the website as well as some items exclusive to the mall.

"We're always looking to add new and unique items to our line. I love to share. A new movie, a new experience, a new recipe, they're all better with friends and family around. Those moments stay with you. With this company, of course we're looking to make sales but more important to me is making a memorable and delicious gift to help celebrate those moments." says Moaaz.

Today, their "gourmet pastry bouquets" are baked from scratch every day at their bakery in Passaic, NJ. All items are made fresh and by hand. Swiss buttercream is hand-piped into unique cupcake designs. Gourmet fudge brownies are individually dipped in chocolate and coated in crispy chocolate pearls to make their signature Gardenia's Berries. Bouquets are assembled piece by piece and hand delivered to customers' doorsteps. "We put maximum effort into what we do to provide the best quality possible. We don't use preservatives and do everything by hand."

Gardenia's Fire has been featured in local publications such as The Record and (201) Magazine, on BergenMama.com, made appearances at The Bergen Business Expo, North Jersey Women's Expo, and many more. "As long as people like what we offer, we plan to keep growing." Moaaz says.

Visit http://www.gardeniasfire.com or call 84-GARDENIA to find out more and place an order today.

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Emily Kim

Moaaz
Visit website