The Baked Mooncakes and Snowskin Mooncakes are very common.
We’ve rounded up the popular variations of mooncakes to welcome the upcoming Mid Autumn Festival on 1 October 2020.
Featuring flavours like Salted Egg Yolk, Durian, Bird’s Nest, Chocolate and Yam, find out which ones are worth a try!
1. Salted Egg Yolk Mooncake
You can’t help but be amazed and impressed with Mandarin Orchard Singapore Mooncakes. The gleaming blue gift box features an elegant floral design with an embellished with a lattice-pattered crest and a customizable leather patch in rose gold. The Mandarin Collection opens up to 4 flavours of the baked mooncakes:
The Mandarin Collection (S$69.16)
• Mixed Nuts and Jamón Ibérico
• Double Yolk and White Lotus Paste
• Macadamia Nuts and Low Sugar White Lotus Paste
• Azuki Red Bean Paste and Pine Nuts
These mooncakes are handcrafted by the hotel’s award-winning culinary team. From the Cantonese classic like the Mixed Nuts and Jamón Ibérico to perennial favourite Double Yolk and White Lotus Paste brimmed with smooth and creamy white lotus paste and lovely slightly runny salted egg yolks. Or Macadamia Nuts and Low Sugar White Lotus Paste for a health-conscious treat to Japanese-inspired Azuki Red Bean Paste and Pine Nuts.
Early Bird Discount available from now until 1 Sept:
Enjoy 30% off selected mooncakes for DBS/POSB cardmembers, 20% off for UOB & Citibank.
How to order?
Mandarin Orchard Singapore
Order online https://shop-orchard.meritushotels.com/en_SG
These baked mooncakes are handcrafted in-house by the chefs and helmed by Dim Sum Chef Cheung Kin Nam. If you feel that mooncakes are too sweet, Low Sugar White Lotus Seed Paste Mooncake is recommended for you. The sweet lotus paste filling is not too sweet nor too rich for our tasting. There are also other low sugar baked mooncakes