InterContinental Singapore Mooncakes – What are the new flavours in 2016?
Open the windows of the stylishly-designed treasure chest to both traditional and snow skin mooncakes. Traditional mooncakes come in three options – no yolk, single yolk and double yolk. Stay guilt-free with Baked Mooncake with Macadamia Nuts and Low Sugar White Lotus Paste ($64 / box of 4) and Baked Mooncake with Assorted Nuts ($62 / box of 4). The latter boasts a wholesome blend of almonds, walnuts, macadamia nuts and sesame seeds.
Single yolk choices include InterContinental Singapore’s Signature Baked Maple Osmanthus-Glazed Shanghai Mooncake ($64 / box of 4). Savour the buttery, maple-glazed crust, with floral hints of osmanthus, which breaks apart revealing smooth lotus filling and a gorgeous yolk. Other classics include Baked Mooncake with Single Yolk and White Lotus Paste ($64 / box of 4) and Baked Mooncake with Single Yolk and Lotus Paste ($60 / box of 4).
If you want an even more savoury flavour, there is the gratifying Baked Mooncake with Double Yolks and White Lotus Paste ($68 / box of 4). Double yolks mooncakes are the ultimate indulgence so forget about dieting during this period of time. The yolks are too enticing.
Riding on the yuzu and avocado trend, InterContinental Singapore is rolling in a new series of snow skin spheres such as Yuzu Citrus with White Chocolate Truffle and White Lotus Paste; and Avocado with Chocolate Pearls and White Lotus Paste. We love the light and refreshing taste of yuzu, which makes a great dessert.
There are other new and exquisite flavours such as Sea Salt Caramel with Chocolate Pearls and Sakura Peach with Pistachio and White Lotus Paste ($66 / box of 4). For those who find durians irresistible, InterContinental Singapore’s Signature Snow Skin Mao Shan Wang Durian Mooncake ($68 / box of 4) is a decadent treat.
With the exception of Snow Skin Mao Shan Wang Durian Mooncake, there is 25% off for purchases made between 1 August and 15 September.