Best Mooncakes You Should Try this Mid-Autumn Festival

The Taro Paste with Salted Egg Yolk Truffle and Almond Flakes Snow Skin Mooncake from The St. Regis Singapore
The Mid-Autumn Festival is almost upon us. Here are some of our best recommendations for mooncakes, which includes gorgeous boxes and unique flavours. Order them early before 13 September and get early bird discounts! BY CRYSTAL CHAN

Gorgeous packaging

Hai Tien Lo at Pan Pacific Singapore
Hai Tien Lo's gorgeous box designed by Selena Seow, and its snowskin mooncakes.
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Especially for this festive occasion, Hai Tien Lo collaborated with two alumni artists from the Artist Development Programme (ADP) at Pathlight School to create beautiful gift boxes and limited-edition tote bags ($15). Hence, proceeds of these boxes and bags ($1 and $10 respectively) will be donated to Singapore’s Autism Resource Centre. 

In particular, the designs feature Selena Seow’s Bird and the Blossom, a white-eared Sibia representing happiness and new opportunities, as well as Nurul Amirah Binte Zain’s Botanical, on the boxes and tote bags respectively.  

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The limited-edition tote bag featuring the Botannical design by artist Nurul Amirah Binte Zain (left) and some of the snowskin mooncakes from Hai Tien Lo.
The Specials

Look out for new snowskin flavours such as the Gianduja and Yuzu, Earl Grey and Cherry, Coconut and Pineapple, and Passionfruit and Mango (each flavour priced at $68.80 per box of four). Alternatively, try low-sugar options like the baked Jade Paste and Melon Seeds and the White Lotus Seed Paste with Macadamia Nuts (each priced at $69.80 per box of four). These are on sale from now until 14 September.

Otherwise, enjoy a scrumptious Six-Course Mid-Autumn Reunion Set Menu from 1 to 14 September at Hai Tien Lo. Enjoy the set menu from 11:30am to 2:30pm and 6:30 to 10:30pm. Notably, try the Chilled Crab Meat in Japanese Sake and Double-boiled Fragrant Deep-fried Crispy Boneless Duck with Yam Paste. Additionally, receive a complimentary Four Treasures Baked Mooncakes box with every two paying guests ($128 per guest, minimum two pax). 

See the complete Mid-Autumn brochure here: Visit here
To order: Visit here.

Yan's mooncake box design and its traditional baked mooncakes.

Cantonese fine-dining restaurant, Yan presents its mooncakes in a chic two-tiered fuchsia chest with Chinese embroidery-inspired boxes. Of course, durian fans will love the luscious Mao Shan Wang Durian Snowskin mooncakes ($98 per box of four).

The mooncake collection from Yan.

This year, Yan is bringing back its classic traditional baked mooncakes and crowd favourite Thousand Layer Yam Mooncakes with sweet yam paste. This comes with either single or no egg yolk ($68 per box of four). As they are really popular, be sure to pre-order them in advance. Moreover, enjoy a 12 per cent early bird discount when you buy online from now to 25 August. 

See the complete Mid-Autumn brochure: Visit here
To order: Visit here.

Marina Bay Sands
The soft pastel blue mooncake box from Marina Bay Sands also features Chang'E, the moon goddess.

Marina Bay Sands packaging is soft, pastel blue, designed like a lantern,  and evokes tranquility and gentleness. In addition, the box opens up to reveal the image of the moon goddess, Chang’E from ancient Chinese folklore against a starry sky backdrop. Ivory four-tiered drawers below hold the delicious mooncakes. Furthermore, carry it easily with the stylish brown leather strap. 

Marina Bay Sands' traditional and snowskin mooncakes.

Most notable is Marina Bay Sands’ traditional baked Yuzu White Lotus  ($80 per box of four) with vitamin-C rich yuzu and low-sugar lotus paste for a refreshing twist. Besides that, the Traditional Mooncake with Mixed Flavours collection ($80 per box of four) showcases the nourishing brown sugar Chinese Longan mooncake.

Alternatively, choose the assorted snowskin mooncakes ($80 per box of eight, two of each flavour), featuring salted caramel, honey fig passion, coffee avocado and strawberry lychee. 

See the complete Mid-Autumn brochure: Visit here
To order: Visit here or at the Marina Bay Sands Hotel Lobby Tower 3, or Bay Level of The Shoppes (opposite Black Tap). These are available till 13 September.

Hong Kong Mei Xin Mooncakes (HKMX)
The super-cute Avengers-themed collectible tins

Love the Avengers 3,000? You’ll definitely want these superhero-themed Marvel Mini Heroes Avengers 3D and Iron Man collectible tins from Hong Kong Mei Xin. Children will love that the eyes, palm and arc reactor on Iron Man lights up for 10 seconds (up to 100 times)

Complete your set by heading down to the various booths as the Iron Man tins are unavailable online (Avengers set for $38 per box of four). These include Takashimaya, Vivo City and Raffles Exchange. Alternatively, head to Nex@ Serangoon, Bugis Junction, Compass One, Westgate, Tampines Mall and Causeway Point, from 10.30am on 3 September. 

The Disney Princess box contains creamy custard mooncakes.

Otherwise, get the Disney Princess-inspired musical boxes with four Creamy Custard mooncakes instead. These melodious musical boxes showcase Princess Belle, Mulan, Jasmine and Snow White riding on a carousel to the tune of A Whole New World

*The MX and Marvel tin boxes are limited to two sets per customer.

Otherwise, enjoy a scrumptious Six-Course Mid-Autumn Reunion Set Menu from 1 to 14 September at Hai Tien Lo. Enjoy the set menu from 11:30am to 2:30pm and 6:30 to 10:30pm. Notably, try the Chilled Crab Meat in Japanese Sake and Double-boiled Fragrant Deep-fried Crispy Boneless Duck with Yam Paste. Additionally, receive a complimentary Four Treasures Baked Mooncakes box with every two paying guests ($128 per guest, minimum two pax). 

See the complete Mid-Autumn brochure: Visit here.

To order: Visit here.

Yan Ting at The St. Regis Singapore
The mooncake box from Yan Ting at The St. Regis Singapore can serve as an exquisite gift to your loved ones.

Yan Ting at The St. Regis Singapore presents its traditional baked and snowskin mooncakes in a lavishly designed box. For example, the boxes have watercolour peony motifs and a stylish gold lock.

In particular, try the new Chendol Paste with Melon Seeds Snowskin mooncakes ($76+ per box of eight), where lotus paste filling mixes with coconut and gula melaka

The Black Sesame Paste with Salted Peanut Truffle Snow Skin Mooncake.

Other highlights include the Taro Paste with Salted Egg Yolk Truffle and Almond Flakes Snowskin mooncake ($78+ per box of eight). Meanwhile, try the Royal Milk Tea Paste with Oolong Tea Truffle Snowskin mooncake ($78+ per box of eight) for bubble tea lovers. 

Another healthier option is the Reduced Sugar White Lotus Paste with Macadamia Nuts ($75+ per box of four). While these are low in cholesterol and sodium, they’re high in beneficial omega-9 fatty acids.

See the complete Mid-Autumn brochure: Visit here.
To order: Visit here.

Cherry Garden at Mandarin Oriental
Mandarin Oriental's mooncake box from Cherry Garden comes in a two-door chest decorated with motifs of flowers and birds.

Sorry GOT fans, these Mother of Dragons mooncakes ($76++ per box) are actually inspired by the eponymous cocktail at MO Bar. Specifically, they comprise dragonfuit paste, chunks of dried and candied dragonfruit and the Mother of Dragons essence. 

The mixed nuts with dried tangerine mooncakes.

Otherwise, try the Mixed Nuts with Dried Tangerine ($46++ for two), baked with five different nuts alongside zesty dried tangerine peels. 

Rounding off the Mandarin Oriental collection are the Cherry Garden Four Treasures and Assortment of Mini Snowskin Mooncakes, placed in a pastel blue chest embellished with flowers and birds. Of these, we recommend the Osmanthus and walnut mooncakes ($76++ per box). 

See the complete Mid-Autumn brochure: Visit here.
To order: Call 6885 3081 or email

JW Marriott Singapore South Beach x Madame Fan
The limited-edition Madame Fan Premium Mid-Autumn Collection that contains the Four Treasures Mooncake.

In collaboration with lifestyle dining concept Madame Fan, JW Marriott Singapore South Beach‘s Mid-Autumn collection features the Gold & Jade and rose gold Coral & Marble boxes, and a limited-edition Madame Fan Mooncake Box. 

In particular, the premium box ($188 nett) includes a 375ml Louis Roederer champagne as a perfect complement to the treats. Furthermore, it can be customised and branded upon request.

The Mini Snowskin Tian Mi Mi and Chendol Mooncake.

JW Marriott Singapore South Beach’s signature Pu’er Tea mooncake now contains healthy chia seeds ($74 per box of four). Another delightful option is the Tian Mi Mi snowskin mooncakes ($76 per box of eight). These comprise tasty ganache and a white chocolate shell filled with rich whisky, honey and mandarin. Finally, try the local Chendol mooncake ($72 per box of four).

See the complete Mid-Autumn brochure: Visit here.
To order: Visit here, call 6818 1908 or email Alternatively, visit JW Marriott Singapore South Beach festive counter (next to Beach Road Kitchen) or Madame Fan at level two of The NCO Club. 

Mandarin Orchard Singapore
The delightful turquoise and fuschia tower box features Mandarin Orchard Singapore's iconic lattice design.

Mandarin Orchard Singapore reveals its delectable repertoire in a gorgeous turquoise and fuchsia tower box. The classy box features the hotel’s iconic lattice design and imprinted with peony designs.

Inside are new additions such as the Duo Collection ($45 per box of two) and Baked Treasures Collection ($32 per piece). The former showcases an innovative Cempedak with Low Sugar Pandan Paste as well as a gold-dusted Charcoal-baked Yuzu and Mixed Nuts with Black Sesame Paste. 

Next, the Baked Treasures Collection features the limited-edition piglet-shaped mooncakes, filled with Azuki Red Bean Paste and low-sugar White Lotus Paste. Finally, the popular signature Mixed Nuts and Jamón Ibéricois mooncake ($76 per box of four) is a perfect combination of sweet and savoury.

Check out the assorted mini snowskin mooncakes that comes in flavours like Lychee Martini and Chocolate.

Other options include the assorted mini snowskin mooncakes collection ($70 per box of eight) with Lychee Martini and Chocolate, and Red Wine Cranberry Paste with Japanese Yuzu and Lemongrass. 

Additionally, cardholders can enjoy enticing discounts: DBS and POSB cardholders get 20 per cent off, while UOB, Citibank and Maybank get 15 per cent off. However, these discounts are only available at Mandarin Orchard Singapore’s Festive Counter.

See the complete Mid-Autumn brochure: Visit here.
To order: Visit here, call 6831 6320/ 6831 6262 or email with the order form.

The Marmalade Pantry
Grab the ruby red leather bag from The Marmalade Pantry this Mid-Autumn when you buy your mooncakes.

The Marmalade Pantry presents their mooncakes in a ruby red leather bag made from PU leather and red suede. Additionally, the elegant bag, printed with the brand’s iconic olive branches in gold, is not stitched.

Start with The Marmalade Mix ($64 per box of four), which contains Charcoal Baked Mooncake with Black Sesame and Melon Seed and Double Yolk with White Lotus Paste Mooncake. Otherwise, low sugar options are Jade Paste with Cempedak and Macadamia Nuts with White Lotus Paste.

Assorted mooncakes from The Marmalade Pantry.

Besides that, The Classic Collection ($68 per box) offers four pieces of mouth-watering Double Yolk with White Lotus Paste Mooncake. All these mooncakes do not contain pork or lard. 

See the complete Mid-Autumn brochure: Visit here.
To order: Visit here.

Shang Palace at Shangri-La Hotel
The mooncake case from Shang Palace can double up as a jewellery box and will be a great addition to your dresser.

The Four Treasures mooncakes ($80 per box of four) from Shang Palace is is a visual and tactile delight, encased in fine silk-satin and embroidered with floral designs. What’s more, the Cantonese fine-dining restaurant brings back its signature, limited-edition Mini Baked Custard with Bird’s Nest mooncakes ($120 per box). Order these mini-mooncakes by calling or emailing the hotel.

Other options are the roasted Black Sesame with Taro mooncakes ($74 per box) for a rich nutty flavour accompanied by the mildly sweet taro filling, lotus seeds and cashew nuts. 

The Mini Baked Custard with Bird’s Nest mooncakes (left) and the assorted snowskin mooncake collection (right).

Continuing on to the snowskin mooncakes, two new flavours include the Kaya  and the Yuzu sake truffle, both filled with white chocolate, reduced sugar white lotus paste and assorted nuts. Finally, dine with your loved ones at Shang Palace from now until 13 September to enjoy the mooncakes fresh at the table.

See the complete Mid-Autumn brochure: Visit here.
To order: All mooncakes can be ordered by calling 6313 4398/ 6213 4473 or emailing

Grand Hyatt Singapore
The two-tier mooncake box from Grand Hyatt Singapore that comes in four pieces of traditional baked mooncakes.

Handcrafted to perfection, the traditional baked mooncakes from Grand Hyatt Singapore features the Sesame Lotus Double Egg Yolk with Bamboo Ash mooncake ($80 per box of four) and packaged in lovely red and turquoise jewellery cases.

Try out the Acai Berry Truffle mooncakes from Grand Hyatt Singapore.

Be delighted by the mini snowskin truffle mooncakes featuring açai berry, champagne, lychee martini and strawberry, lime and tequila flavours (each  priced at $80 per box of eight), and the latest – brown sugar milk tea and matcha with red bean. Finally, order online to enjoy 35 per cent early bird discount from now until 29 August.

See the complete Mid-Autumn brochure: Visit here.  
To order: Visit here.

Conrad Centennial Singapore
Choose your favourite of the three mooncake boxes - burgundy red (above), emerald green or auspicious red.

Conrad Centennial Singapore launched two limited-edition, crocodile-patterned emerald green and burgundy red and auspicious red boxes. 

Within are the traditional baked Honey Osmanthus, Red Bean Paste and Orange Peel ($82 per box for both), and Blue Pea Flower Cream Cheese snowskin mooncakes ($85 per box). 

Conrad Centennial Singapore's limited-edition mooncake box in Emerald Green.

Other returning favourites include the Sweet Potato in Crispy Filo Pastry mooncakes ($82 per box of eight). Sample Conrad Centennial Singapore’s mooncakes at The Terrace or Takashimaya Square at Ngee Ann City before purchasing.

See the complete Mid-Autumn brochure: Visit here
To order: Visit here.

Chang Ho Sek
The Ah Ma combo from Chang Ho Sek.

Chang Ho Sek presents their new tea-infused mooncakes, encased in lovely tingkat containers. First, sample the traditional Baked Tea series with either Earl Grey and Osmanthus ($88 per tingkat of four). Next, try the modern Bubble Tea Delights collection ($90 per tingkat of four), with Matcha green tea or milk tea and boba.

Mao Shan Wang and D24 durian mooncakes.

Of course, don’t forget the D24 durian ($99 per tingkat of four) and Mao Shan Wang durian snowskin mooncakes ($113 per tingkat of four).

See the complete Mid-Autumn brochure: Visit here.
To order: Visit here

Awfully Chocolate
Awfully Chocolate's Chocolate Mooncake Truffles collection (left) and Mooncake collection (right).

Encased in a sleek handcrafted wooden chest, Awfully Chocolate offers its Mooncake Collection or Chocolate Mooncake Truffles Collection ($88 per box of four and eight respectively).

Starting with the former, the collection features Baked Oriental Custard with Salted Egg Yolk, Dark Chocolate Lotus Paste with Salted Egg Yolk, and Chocolate Brownie with Toasted Pumpkin Seeds.

The Mooncake collection comes in flavours like the Baked Oriental Custard with Salted Egg Yolk and White Lotus with Caramelised Macadamia Nuts in Shanghai pastry.

Moving on to the Chocolate Mooncake Truffles Collection, this contains four chocolate mooncakes of varying chocolate ganache and centre yolks. For example, one mixes champagne, dark chocolate and a sour cherry yolk, while the other combines dark chocolate and an espresso yolk.

See the complete Mid-Autumn brochure: Visit here.
To order: Visit here.

Unique and innovative flavours

Thye Moh Chan
Thye Moh Chan specialises in Teochew mooncakes.

Local heritage brand, Thye Moh Chan has been operating for an astounding 76 years. Their specialties include delicious and authentic Teochew pastries and flaky mooncakes.

Begin with trying the Milky Yuzu, where the mung bean filling pairs with honey, yuzu peel, melon seeds, condensed milk and milk powder. Follow this with the best-selling savoury Salty Tau Sar with Salted Egg Yolk ($27.80 for one large mooncake and $33.80 for four smaller ones). Another unusual choice is the Yuan Yang with Salted Egg Yolk ($35.80 for four) that incorporates spicy pork floss in its filling. 

The Yam with Salted Egg Yolk mooncake.

Thye Moh Chan’s mooncake boxes features elegant peony designs, which represents beauty and grace in Chinese culture and come in light turquoise, orange or lilac. 

Finally, purchase two or more boxes from now until 29 August, and get $3 off each box of four-piece mooncakes. Additionally, you’ll receive a complimentary $4 discount return voucher per box. Click here for more information.

See the complete Mid-Autumn brochure: Visit here.
To order: Walk in to any Thye Moh Chan outlet and Thye Moh Chan Mooncake Kiosk (until 12 September). Click here for more information.

Din Tai Fung
Din Tai Fung's pineapple cakes.

Renowned Taiwanese restaurant Din Tai Fung celebrates the Mid-Autumn festival with popular Taiwanese treats, pineapple cakes and aged Pu’Er tea from Yunnan, China. 

In particular, the pineapple cakes ($26.80 per box of 10) contain sweet pineapple filling enveloped by a melt-in-your-mouth buttery pastry exterior. Furthermore, each is individually wrapped to preserve its freshness. 

Premium aged Pu'Er tea.

Accompany these treats with a cup of premium aged Pu’Er tea ($12.80 per box of eight pyramid bags). Purchase the pineapple cakes and Pu’Er tea set at $32.

See the complete Mid-Autumn brochure: Visit here.
To order: Visit any Din Tai Fung outlets (except Manulife Centre) to order your mooncakes.

Assorted mooncakes from Mitzo.

Besides its Mini Snowskin Mooncake with Creamy Durian ($80 per box of eight), Mitzo also offers Mini Snowskin Mooncakes with Champagne, Melon Seeds and White Lotus Paste ($74+ per box).

Next, try the sweet Honey and Dragon Fruit Paste mooncakes ($72+ per box). Rounding up the collection is the classic Mini Snowskin Mooncake with Salted Egg & Crystal Jade Lotus Paste ($76 per box). 

See the complete Mid-Autumn brochure: Visit here
To order: Download the mooncake order form and send to

Goodwood Park Hotel
The traditional baked mooncakes from Goodwood Park Hotel.

Goodwood Park Hotel offers its latest mooncake collection with the new snowskin Premium Duo: Mao Shan Wang and Black Thorn Durian ($62 for two pieces), and Kiwi Dragonfruit Manuka Honey mooncakes ($56 for four pieces). Additionally, check out the beautiful and yummy Blue Pea Flower with White Lotus Seed Paste and Melon Seeds ($66 for four pieces). 

Goodwood Park Hotel's snowskin flavours.

Otherwise, a savoury option is the hotel’s traditional baked Assorted Nuts with Ham (‘Kum Toy’) ($74 for four pieces). Goodwood Park Hotel’s mooncake boxes are embossed with elegant golden peonies.

See the complete Mid-Autumn brochure: Visit here
To order: Visit here (last pre-order at 6 September, 5pm) or call Goodwood Park Hotel’s Mooncake Call Centre at 6730 1868 (From 9am to 7pm, Monday to Friday; From 9am to 1pm, Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays).

Modern mooncake designs

Antoinette's mooncakes come in adorable designs of their logo on the surface.

This Mid-Autumn festival, Antoinette offers exquisite artisanal mooncakes stamped with their shop’s logo and packaged in beautiful Parisian mooncake boxes.

Of note is the savoury Salted Yolk Hae Bee Hiam mooncakes ($60+ per box of four), comprising low-sugar white lotus paste with pumpkin seeds and a housemade hae bee hiam and salted egg centre. 

Two pieces per flavour in the assorted mini snowskin mooncake box.

Of course, Antoinette’s collection also features assorted mini snowskin mooncakes ($56.50+ per box of eight) in a rose gold box. Highlights in the mini snowskin selection includes the rendition of the local kueh, Ondeh Ondeh and Antoinette’s all-new Peach Truffle featuring low-sugar Oolong paste and fruity peach. Purchase your mooncakes from now until 30 August to enjoy a 15 per cent early bird discount.

See the complete Mid-Autumn brochure: Visit here.
To order: Visit here.

Cookies and Cream mooncake from Swensen's 'Mickey Go Local' series.

Children will love Swensen‘s ice cream mooncakes, featuring a range of delectable flavours and Disney-inspired designs. Swensens offers their ‘Mickey Go Local’ series ($69.80+ for a set of four) including flavours such as Cookies ‘N’ Cream and Kaya. Furthermore, keep them cool in a limited-edition Mickey cooler bag.

Try these 'Flavour of Home' mooncakes that offer flavours like Bandung.

For local flavours such as bandung, kaya and yam, get the ‘Flavour of Home’ collection ($42.80+ for a set of four).

See the complete Mid-Autumn brochure: Visit here
To order: Visit here or walk-in to any Swensen’s and Earle Swensen’s outlets.

Icenoie Hokkaido
Raw milk gelato mooncakes from Icenoie Hokkaido: Double Cheese, Chocolate and Matcha (left to right).

Icenoie Hokkaido, the number-one bestselling gelato and soft serve brand in Hokkaido debuts their collection of 100 per cent raw milk gelato mooncakes ($6 each). Aside from having adorable cow designs embossed on them, choose from six delightful flavours. Examples of these are chocolate, double chocolate, cookies and cream and matcha. 

Fresh Strawberry, Cookies & Cream and Fresh Milk mooncakes (left to right).

Additionally, bring home a limited-edition Icenoie Hokkaido cooler bag that comes free with every $30 purchase, or at $2 with any mooncake purchase.

For full mooncake brochure: Visit here.
To order: Visit here, walk-in to any of its outlets or at the pop-up booths at Takashimaya and Jewel Changi Airport. Click here for more information.

Baker’s Well
Baker's Well's Premuim Ginseng Red Jujube and wolfberry mooncake.

Simultaneously treat yourself to wellness and a delectable treat with Baker’s Well‘s limited edition low-sugar Aged Ginseng and Peach Collagen snowskin mooncakes ($86 per box of eight). 

Otherwise, a traditional baked version is the Aged Ginseng with Red Jujube and Wolfberry with Roasted Melon Seeds ($86 per box of four). Similarly, it provides health benefits. In this case, this boosts immunity and regulates blood circulation.

The Ginseng and Peach collagen snowskin mooncake.

Finally, check out other interesting flavours like the Champagne Truffle Snowskin, Gula Melaka Lava Snowskin and Rum and Raisin Truffle Snowskin ($75 per box of eight for all). The last is made from a mixture of rum and raisin chocolate truffle, and encased by a purplish-blue snowskin created from blue pea flowers.

See the complete Mid-Autumn brochure: Visit here.
To order: Visit here.

Golden Moments
The premium limited-edition Mao Shan Wang Truffle Snowskin Mooncake from Golden Moments.

Of all these, the most exquisite is Golden Moments‘ limited-edition Mao Shan Wang Truffle Snowskin Mooncake. First, a dark chocolate shell encases fresh Australian winter black truffle paste and oil ganache. Next, it’s layered with four layers of gold foils and served with a Golden Moments 999.9 24K pure gold plate. A golden teapot, teacups, fork, knife and napkin box accompanies this limited edition lavish set (discounted early bird price at $568). Pre-order your set now.

The Mao Shan Wang Snowskin Mooncake.

Other products include the Mao Shan Wang Snowskin Mooncake priced at $78.80 (U.P $98.80, pre-order only). This bamboo charcoal-infused snowskin mooncake contains a pure puree of Mao Shan Wang, and then the exterior is sprinkled with a layer of 24k gold dust. 

See the complete Mid-Autumn brochure: Visit here.
To order: Visit here.

Janice Wong
Japanese mooncakes from Janice Wong that feature ingredients from nine prefectures of Japan.

Janice Wong confectionery offers you a Japanese-themed set with its limited-edition Mooncake Box Set ($65). Each of the key ingredients have been sourced from nine different Japanese prefectures. Highlights include the Hokkaido kinako (roasted soy flour), Kyoto hojicha (roasted Japanese green tea) and Kumamoto chestnut.

The yummy chocolate bonbons.

Otherwise, choose the Box of No.9 Signature Singapore Series ($36) chocolate bonbons. These include flavours like chili padi, kaffir lime caramel, gula melaka and pandan, and even BBQ pork praline poprocks. 

Preorder the limited-edition Mooncake Box Set online, and enjoy an early bird discount of 25 per cent from now till 25 August. Besides that, get free delivery for orders above $300. 

See the complete Mid-Autumn brochure: Visit here.
To order: Visit here.

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