Cloudberry cakes are made from tart orange fruits that grow wild in Scandinavia, New England, and Canada. Rarely found in abundance, the fruits are so beloved in the Nordic countries that special laws protect them. The layers of this cake are glazed with cloudberry jam, which is much easier to find than the whole fresh berries.
Cloudberries are grown primarily in Scandinavia. They are too tart to eat raw but make a wonderful jam. You could also use raspberry jam for a less traditional but equally delicious result. If you like, pipe the whipped-cream frosting on the cake with a pastry bag fitted with an Ateco #864 tip.