It was a rainy day (this is often the case in Vancouver) and I was out on Commercial Drive going to a deli. I passed by a "gluten-free cupcakes" sign posted outside a shop, and of course couldn't pass by without giving one a try. It was first thing in the day when they opened, so the cupcakes were fresh from the oven and I had the option to choose any icing flavour. With cupcake in hand, I scurried back to the car to get out of the rain and discovered delicious [albeit expensive] lemon-topped goodness. It was a chewy and moist cupcake! That's the texture of baked goods we gluten-free folk dream of. The only gripe I have is that it came in a holly christmas-themed cupcake liner. That's fine during the season, but it's May. I have no complaints about the quality of the cupcakes from Cassia Cupcakery unlike some other visitors. Perhaps the key is getting there first thing when everything's fresh. P.S. there's vegan too.