If you love mooncakes or just want to embrace the festive vibes, this is the ultimate spot to discover the most delicious mooncakes in Singapore.
Takashimaya Mid-Autumn Festive Celebration 2023
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From now until September 29, explore the vast assortment of mooncakes at Singapore’s grand Mid-Autumn Fair in Takashimaya Square Basement 2, featuring over 50 renowned brands from hotels, restaurants, and even special selections from Hong Kong! Each offering their unique spin on the beloved mooncakes.
Keep your eyes peeled for exciting newcomers like SunnyHills and Bread & Butter, who are making their mooncake debut this year.
To all the chocolate lovers out there, rejoice! As Janice Wong will once again be bringing back their signature chocolate mooncakes. Aptly themed “Childhood Memories,” this exquisite collection of 8 Chocolate Mooncakes showcases a nostalgic array of flavours that resonate with most people. Featuring flavours like Peanut Butter Snickers, Salted Pecan Dark Chocolate, Vanilla Biscoff and Coffee Chocolate.
If you are not a big fan of chocolate, fret not, as they have baked mooncakes that focus on profiles one would commonly taste along festival streets, albeit with a modern twist. Hinted by the colour of its crust are Kuromitsu Sea Salt that balances black sugar with a touch of saltiness, Kinako Macadamia for a warm and nutty bite, alongside Raspberry Almond with Azuki paste and a Pistachio with green tea bean paste.
Fans of Taiwanese pastries should check out SunnyHills’ Pineapple Custard Mooncake and Kougyoku Apple Mooncakes Set.
Unlike traditional mooncakes that use lotus paste, these Irresistible mooncakes are made with SunnyHills’ famous organically grown pineapples. Impress your parents and in-laws with these mooncakes that are half the calories and made from fibre rich pineapple paired with a secret recipe of salted egg custard.
For the adventurous, check out Peony Jade’s lineup of mooncakes featuring flavours like Cotton Candy, Osmanthus Yuzu, Salted Caramel, Peanut Butter, White Lotus Macadamia, Black Sesame Biscoff, Matcha Pumpkin Seeds, and Espresso Chocolate. These are exclusively crafted and only available at Takashimaya’s Mid-Autumn Festival.
In addition, Peony Jade has snowskin mooncakes that are alcohol-flavoured featuring Grape Soju, Yuzu Sake, Champagne and Lychee Martini in their Luxe Moonlit Elixir set.
As these are limited edition mooncakes, pre-ordering is required if you want to get a taste of them!
Mandarin Oriental Singapore shines a spotlight on traditional baked mooncake in their series of signature favourite Cherry Garden Four Treasures set, featuring classic flavours and two novel creations including Low Sugar Chestnut with cashew nuts and truffle.
Shangri-La Singapore’s Shang Palace Four Treasures is an assortment of classic baked mooncakes. Indulge guilt-free in reduced-sugar white lotus paste with double yolk, single yolk, plain lotus, and yam with shredded coconut and black sesame. Encased in eco-friendly and recyclable gift boxes, each exquisite three-tier box can be upcycled as a jewelry or stationery box, inspired by traditional Chinese design.
Need something to pair with snowskin mooncakes? Or looking for something extraordinary? Check out Takashimaya’s very own product – Pryce Tea and Forbidden Superfood Durian Mooncakes.
To mark our 30th Anniversary, Pryce Tea has skillfully blended French Rose blooms with Orchid petals, creating an enchanting bouquet that captures the heart with a touch of modern sophistication. Complement this delicately fragrant tea with FORBIDDEN’s innovative Superfood snowskin, featuring the finest Mao Shan Wang durians sourced directly from Pahang, renowned for producing the world’s best durians.
Treat yourself to the indulgent Acai snowskin and gluten-free coconut snowskin, both bursting with antioxidants and the creamiest Mao Shang Wang durians you’ll ever experience.
This Mid-Autumn, appreciate your loved ones with an exquisite box of delights to light up
the festive spirits!
When: Until 29 September 2023
Where: Takashimaya Square Basement 2
Visit www.takashimaya.com.sg for more information.