Durian, ondeh ondeh, chocolate hazelnut, green tea or traditional white lotus paste? Whichever your preference of mooncake, you will find one from Conrad Centennial Singapore to satisfy your taste buds.
Mid-Autumn Festival would not be complete without lanterns, a full moon and a table laden with mooncakes to share with family members and loved ones. This year, Conrad Centennial Singapore continues to honour the tradition with a delicious array of mooncake flavours.
Durian lovers will fall in love with Conrad Centennial Singapore’s new Durian Snowskin ($88 for box of eight) mooncake. The enviably soft snow skin houses rich, lush durian pulp which will have you reaching out for seconds. Four other flavours in mini sizes are available to add to your selection. For a touch of Peranakan flavour, try the Ondeh Ondeh Snowskin ($76 for a box of eight), complete with gula Melaka and fine coconut bits for a textural finish. The Royal Chocolate Hazelnut Snowskin ($76 for box of eight) is inspired by the hotel’s signature cake of almond sponge and dark chocolate mousse on a crunchy hazelnut praline base, while fans of matcha will veer toward the sweet and earthy Green Tea Snowskin ($76 for box of eight).
Mooncake purists will appreciate classic selections such as Traditional Baked with White Lotus Paste ($73 for box of four), Single and Double Yolk in White Lotus Paste ($73 & $76 for a box of four), Mixed Nuts ($76 for box of four), as well as the crowd-pleasing Sweet Potato in Crispy Filo Pastry ($75 for box of eight). The bonus? Conrad Centennial Singapore’s mooncakes come housed in a choice of two gift-worthy mooncake boxes – Champagne Cream and Crimson Red.
Exclusive discounts for orders made between now to 24 September. Citibank, UOB, AMEX (Platinum card) and HSBC card members enjoy additional 5% discount
Conrad Centennial Singapore Festive, Tel: 6432 7486/9, Email: SINCI.firstname.lastname@example.org www.connoisseur.sg/mooncakes