Mid Autumn Treasures at Cherry Garden
2010-08-18
To coincide with the Mid Autumn Festival, Cherry Garden at Mandarin Oriental, Singapore offers a tempting collection of delectable mooncakes from 26 July to 22 September 2010. Specially created by Executive Chinese Chef Hiew Gun Khong, a new range of snow-skin mooncakes takes centre stage this year. His “Snow-Skin Mooncake with Cherry Paste and Chinese Wine Cocktail Truffle” (S$52) is a unique creation made with cherry paste and truffle infused with the Chinese wine nu er hong, osmanthus wine gui hua chen and lychee liqueur.
“Snow-Skin Mooncake with Cherry Paste and Chinese Wine Cocktail Truffle” (S$52)
Also look out for the “Yuzu-Chocolate-Champagne Snow-skin Mooncake” (S$52) combines Japanese Yuzu fruit with premium chocolate and champagne.
“Yuzu-Chocolate-Champagne Snow-skin Mooncake” (S$52)
Don't forget about the delectable “Snow-skin Mooncake with Lotus Paste and Premium Chocolate Feuilletine” (S$62) which is a divine blend of homemade lotus paste and premium chocolate with crunchy crisp flakes.
"Snow-skin Mooncake with Lotus Paste and Premium Chocolate Feuilletine” (S$62)
After overwhelming response from guests last year, Chef Hiew will again be presenting this year “Soya Milk Snow-skin Mooncake with Egg White Custard and Crunchy Chocolate Pearls” (S$48), a unique mooncake made with soya bean snow-skin, omega egg white custard and chocolate coated cereal.
“Soya Milk Snow-skin Mooncake with Egg White Custard and Crunchy Chocolate Pearls” (S$48)
For those who prefer to try different snow-skin flavours, “Cherry Garden Four Treasure Mini Snow-skin Mooncake” (S$52) combines two flavours of your choice in a box of eight. The “Collective Gift Box” (S$128) contains four traditional mooncakes and a tin of Cherry Garden’s signature house tea, Emerald Tea, an immunity-boosting herbal tea that stimulates internal organs and supports healthy liver function. The items are packed in an elegant tower box, making it an excellent gift and one perfect for keeping too.
Chef Hiew’s newly created ‘Traditional Mooncake with Conpoy, Mushrooms and Assorted Nuts” (S$52)
Apart from a range of traditional mooncakes including “Traditional Silver Lotus Paste with Single Yolk” (S$48), “Traditional Silver Lotus Paste with Double Yolk” (S$52), and “Traditional Silver Lotus Paste with Macadamia Nuts” (S$48), Chef Hiew also presents a healthier option with “Low-Sugar Traditional Silver Lotus Paste Mooncake with Single Yolk” (S$52). Not to be missed as well is Chef Hiew’s newly created ‘Traditional Mooncake with Conpoy, Mushrooms and Assorted Nuts” (S$52), an innovative approach to the traditional version containing ingredients such as fried shitake mushroom floss, dried scallop along with roasted nuts such as almonds, macadamia nuts and walnuts. For enquiries or to place orders for mooncakes, please call (65) 6885 3541, (65) 6885 3538 or e-mail mosin-mooncakes@mohg.com. --- Still hunting for mooncakes? Stay with us for more mooncake updates!
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