Monday, July 16, 2012

Mooncakes from InterContinental Singapore

Man Fu Yuan celebrates this Mid-Autumn Festival with a delightful collection of traditional snowskin and baked moon cakes which have been handcrafted with the finest ingredients. We were previlleged to be able to sample InterContinental Singapore's creation before their official release on 10 August 2012.

 Man Fu Yuan's traditional range of lotus paste moon cakes are mainly paired with nuts for an added crunch. Among the selection, I prefer the lotus seed paste with double yolk mooncake as the lotus paste is moist and fragrant. My only complain is that the lotus paste sticks to your teeth as you savor the mooncake.


The selection of snowskin mooncakes include this year's creation, the Mao Shan Wang Durian Mooncake with coconut as well as past year's favorites such as the Green Tea Paste with Dragonball Jasmine, Sesame Paste with White Sesame Seeds and Lotus with Macadamia Nuts. While the flavors are quite well paired, I prefer the simple Lotus with Macadamia Nuts as I can enjoy the smooth lotus paste with a crunch.


Man Fu Yuan moon cakes are available at the Teahut, located at the hotel's Bugis Junction entrance, from 10 August to 30 September 2012.

Intercontinental Mooncake Order Form 2012

Special thanks to Teresa Koh, Marketing Communications &PR Executive for the opportunity to sample the hotel's Mid Autumn creations. 

Mooncake Enquires
22 July to 30 September 2012, 10am to 8pm (daily) 
Tel 6820 8519/6820 8520


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