Imperial Treasure Mooncakes – What are the new flavours in 2016?
Behold Imperial Treasure’s seasonal traditional mooncake selection, boasting classic pastry handmade with the finest ingredients specially imported from Hong Kong. Consumers have an option between the regular lotus paste or the silky smooth white lotus paste, enrobing decadent egg yolks within. Artisanally handcrafted, these mooncakes are elegantly presented in a gift box and are preservative-free. Prices range from $48 to $68.
Fans of Imperial Treasure can also delight in Mixed Nuts Mooncake ($58 / box of 4), made from a medley of mixed nuts, including apricot kernels, walnuts, almonds, pumpkin seeds and lotus seeds. Combined with the aroma of white sesame, natural sweetness of candied winter-melon and sundried persimmon, this nutty mooncake showcases an artfully balanced blend of intriguing textures and deep flavours.
Imperial Treasure also offers Mini Snow Skin Mao Shan Wang Mooncake ($65 / box of 8), encompassing a rich and creamy filling made with 100% Mao Shan Wang durian. This delicate confection is guaranteed to intoxicate with its lingering fragrance. Behold their Teochew Single Yolk Yam Pastry ($52 / box of 4), made with buttery soft lavender-coloured taro puree and a single golden yolk. Cocooned within a feathery puff of airy pleats, this pastry is so light that it’s almost like biting into a heavenly cloud.
Enjoy a discount of 15% from 1 August to 15 September for purchases made on estore.imperialtreasure.com. Citibank and UOB cardholders also enjoy a 15% discount from 1 August to 15 September for on-site purchases.