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9 best mooncakes from S’pore in 2014 that can lure Chang Er down from the Moon

These are the only mooncakes you need this Mid-Autumn Festival.

Medha Lim |Belmont Lay | September 8, 2014 @ 08:02 am

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Singaporeans’ love affair with mooncakes is well known.

Every year, around this time, you will receive mooncakes from your family, friends, exes, neighbours, business partners, colleagues, in-laws and even strangers. You will eat so much of it, it comes out from your ears.

And you tell yourself, no more, I have had enough. Never again.

But when next year comes around, the exact same thing repeats itself.

Regardless, here are the 9 best mooncakes you can find in Singapore in 2014 that will leave you satiated:

 

Snow skin mooncakes

1. Grand Hyatt Green Tea with Sake Truffle Snow Skin
$69 for 8 miniature mooncakes

Alcohol? Check. Green tea? Check. This mooncake can take the cake.

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2. Fullerton Hotel Pandan with Gula Melaka Snow Skin
$55 for 4 mooncakes

With pandan and gula melaka, this is a true Singaporean mooncake. It should have come during National Day.


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3. Goodwood Park Hotel Calamansi, Kumquat and Sour Plum Snowskin Mooncake
$48 for 4 mooncakes

Whoever said mooncake had to be sweet, you have tasted nothing yet. Nothing, you understand?

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4. Hai Tien Lo Four Treasure Petit Snow Skin Mooncake
$64.20 for a box

This includes: Pistachio, Osmanthus and Chinese Herbs; Hazelnuts, Honey and Grapefruit; Almonds, Custard and Longan; Melon Seeds, Oolong and Chrysanthemum. Our bet goes with the Almond-flavoured one.

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5. St. Regis Yan Ting Red Dates and Wolfberries Snow Skin Mooncake
$68 for 8 miniature mooncakes

This could appeal to the Cantonese friends among us, where the ingredients would usually be found in soups rather than in mooncakes.

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Baked mooncakes

6. Peony Jade Orh Ni Mooncake
$49.30 for 4 pieces

There is nothing more luxurious than orh ni (yam paste) with creamy pumpkin puree. Wait. Yes, there is, if it’s wrapped in flaky baked pastry.

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7. Ritz-Carlton Hotel’s Purple Sweet Potato with Pumpkin Mooncake
$60 for 4 pieces

Why not give the humble sweet potato a chance, since you already know how good orh ni gets as a mooncake flavour?

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8. Hua Ting’s Milk Tea Lotus Paste with Melon Seeds Mooncake
$62 for 4 pieces

Teh tarik flavour?

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9. Singapore Airlines Passion Fruit with Rosella Mooncake
$68 per box of four

Honestly, we’re just curious if SIA does mooncakes as well as they do flying.

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About Medha Lim

Medha's name has a silent 'h' but everyone seems to automatically assume there's a silent 'd'. She loves travelling, photography and watching local theatre. Here's where she recommends food around Singapore.

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