When the future King of England, Edward VII, wanted something more comfortable to wear for dinner, his tailor shortened his coat and called it a dinner jacket. When an American brought the new style back home to Tuxedo Park, New York, it got a new name. The Tuxedo is a symbol of excellence and a fitting title for our newest addition to the Cakebite family. Inspired by Gatsby and generally only found on silver platters at Debutante Balls, this luxuriously, well-crafted gourmet dessert is now available to the rest of us. The Tuxedo is a rich, moist chocolate cake, layered over vanilla cream and enrobed in dark chocolate icing, crowned with a vanilla swirl. Decadence in a convenient on-the-go package and a perfect compliment to a flute of champagne or a glass of milk. Favored by the royal family (don’t ask which one), these delectable treats are not meant to be nibbled. Maybe you can’t buy class, but you can eat it. Extravagance in every bite, indulge in a CakeBite.