Salted Caramel (bottom left) Caramel cupcake with a salted caramel-infused buttercream frosting topped with a caramel drizzle & Red Velvet Georgetown Cupcake's signature cupcake — classic red velvet cupcake with a vanilla cream cheese frosting topped with a red fondant heart. I was not a fan of the Salted Caramel at all, just the flavors and the balance. To my surprise, the Red Vevlet Cupcake was perfect. Icing, cake, perfectly moist and flavorful.Cherry Blossom (bottom right) Classic madagascar bourbon vanilla cupcake baked with fresh cherries and topped with a vanilla cream cheese frosting and a fondant cherry blossom and Mocha Fudge Valrhona chocolate cupcake filled with rich fudge and topped with mocha-infused frosting, a fudge star drizzle, and a chocolate espresso bean. The Cherry Blossom cupcake had potential but there just was not enough cherry flavor infused in the cupcake, as well as it being a dry cake. The Mocha Fudge was not a favorite, the mocha flavor was a little off.
I hate to say it, but I am not a fan of Georgetown Cupcake. It's one of those places that I feel is more trendy then delicious. Maybe I came on a bad day, who knows. I am also super critical of cupcakes-which could play a part in my dislike.
Out of 6 cupcakes, the only one I 100% enjoyed was the Red Velvet (which is not one of my fav flavors in general). Most of the icings were good, but it was not enough to save the dryness of the cupcakes.
I'd say try Georgetown Cupcake at least once, get the urge to go out of your system, just make sure to order ahead unless you like standing in lines.