With the Mid-Autumn Festival fast approaching, bakers are beginning to cook up some interesting creations in the kitchen.
Hong Kong bakery Qiu Xi and Taiwanese coriander noodle brand Mr. Coriander have collaborated to create coriander-flavoured mooncakes.
The mandarin word for "coriander" is stamped clearly on the mooncake to prevent any confusion.
According to Apple Daily, the mooncake only has a butter scent, so make sure to not be fooled if you ever spot this in person.
The mooncakes are said to be made using three different types of cilantro: fresh coriander, dried coriander, and coriander powder.
There's also a bit of matcha flavouring in the mixture to help make it slightly sweet.
S$40.46 per box
The mooncakes are currently only available for preorders in Hong Kong until Aug. 31.
A box of four mooncakes will cost HK$228 (S$40.46), making each mooncake approximately HK$57 (S$10.11).
After the preorder period, each box will cost HK$268 (S$47.56).
You can find out more about the coriander mooncakes on Mr. Coriander's Instagram as well.
Top images from @mr.coriander.hk | Instagram.