10 out-of-the-box mooncake flavours that will spice up your Mid Autumn Festival


What level of adventurous are you?
Nothing too crazy please: • Pandan Kaya with Melon Seeds Mooncake by The Marmalade PantryPandan Lotus Paste Teochew Mooncake by August Baking Studio Custard Lava Mooncake from Lavender Bakery

Always up for an adventure: • Kumquat and Lemon Snowskin Four Seasons Hotel SingaporeBlackberry Bergamont Valrhona Dark Chocolate Truffle by Simple Indulgence PatisserieTropicana by Goodwood Park Festive
For the YOLO ones: • Wasabi with Roasted Hazelnuts Mooncake by Hua TingMala Chicken Floss, Salted Egg from Birds Of A Feather

Mooncakes have come a long way from their traditional hand-baked exterior with white lotus filling. With the boundaries of creativity constantly being challenged each year, fresh and interesting mooncake flavours are always on the rise. From Mala Chicken Floss to Wasabi flavoured mooncakes, can’t keep track of all the new interesting flavours? Here’s a guide on 10 interesting mooncake flavours from top brands for you to indulge in this Mid-Autumn Festival.

1. Pandan Kaya with Melon Seeds Mooncake by The Marmalade Pantry

Pandan Kaya with Melon Seeds Mooncake by The Maramlade Pantry delivered islandwide, powered by Oddle.
Pandan Kaya with Melon Seeds Mooncake found in The Marmalade Mix ($72 for a box of 4)

Packaged in Limited Edition handbags, The Marmalade Pantry is making waves with its fashionable packaging. However, that’s not their only new feature. Have a go at their Pandan Kaya with Melon Seeds Mooncake which is found in The Marmalade Mix ($72 for a box of 4) and other gift sets. In fact, created with a silky pandan paste lined with the contrasting taste of kaya and completed with the crunch of melon seeds, this new addition is actually a tribute to Southeast Asian flavours.

2. Virgin Singapore Sling from Pan Pacific Singapore

On the right – Virgin Singapore Sling ($85.60 for a box of 4)

Five-star hotel, Pan Pacific Singapore, is no stranger when it comes to selling mooncakes. Despite already having a line of decadent snowskin mooncakes, including their best seller Mao Shan Wang Durian ($105.72 for a box of 4). They have introduced a newcomer, Virgin Singapore Sling ($85.60 for a box of 4), to their already established repertoire. One that is inspired by the uniquely Singaporean cocktail, don’t miss out on this fresh innovation!

3. Kumquat and Lemon Snowskin Four Seasons Hotel Singapore

Kumquat and Lemon Snowskin Moooncake delivered islandwide in Singapore, powered by Oddle.
Kumquat and Lemon Snowskin Mooncake ($82 for a box of 8)

This year, joining Four Season Hotel Singapore‘s collection of snowskin mooncakes is the Kumquat and Lemon Snowskin Mooncake ($82 for a box of 8). This vibrant yellow coloured mooncake houses the perfect blend of classic and modern flavours and tops it off with a punch of fresh citrus scent. For those who love a kick of sourness in your sweet treats, this is a must-try. Another one to look out for from this 5-star hotel is the Bird’s Nest with Custard Snowskin Mooncake ($92 for a box of 8).

4. Mala Chicken Floss, Salted Egg from Birds Of A Feather

Mala Chicken Floss, Salted Egg Mooncake by Birds of A Feather delivered islandwide in Singapore, powered by Oddle.
Mala Chicken Floss, Salted Egg Mooncake found in the Birds Of A Feather Mooncake Box ($40.80 for a box of 4)

Specialising in Sichuan flavours, you can trust Birds Of A Feather to bring a unique Sichuan twist to these traditional delights. Try their Mala Chicken Floss, Salted Egg Yolk Mooncake which is beautifully packaged inside the Birds Of A Feather Mooncake Box ($40.80 for a box of 4). This daring combination creates a surprising harmony between a mildly spicy tone together with the savouriness of salted egg yolk and chicken floss.

5. Wasabi with Roasted Hazelnuts Mooncake by Hua Ting

Wasabi with Roasted Hazelnuts Mooncake from Hua Ting delivered islandwide in Singapore, powered by Oddle.
Wasabi with Roasted Hazelnuts Mooncake ($77.04 for a box of 8)

Who would’ve thought of infusing wasabi into mooncakes? This year, Hua Ting is pulling all the stocks to bring the taste of Japan to their mooncake collection. The Wasabi with Roasted Hazelnuts Mooncake ($77.04 for a box of 8) is inspired by one of Japan’s most unique tastes. On top of that, the infusion of hazelnut brings the perfect crunch to the otherwise soft texture of this delicate delight.

In another daring combination, the Blueberry with Vintage Hua Diao Wine Mooncake ($77.04 for a box of 8) is inspired by the warm Chinese wine, known for promoting blood circulation. Dawning a vivid purple exterior, the blend of blueberry fruitiness and Hua Diao Wine is definitely worth trying.

6. Mini Snowskin Brown Sugar Mochi by Sheraton Tower Festive

Mini Snowskin Brown Sugar Mochi by Sheraton Towers delivered islandwide in Singapore, powered by Oddle.
Mini Snowskin Brown Sugar Mochi ($67.29 for a box of 8)

Love your brown sugar milk tea from your favourite bubble tea stores? Then get your own box of Mini Snowkin Brown Sugar Mochi ($67.29 for a box of 8) from Sheraton Tower Festive. New to their menu, its brown exterior encompasses a brown sugar filling that is generously peppered with chewy mocha bits. Hesitate no further, order them now to spice up your Mid Autumn Festival!

7. Blackberry Bergamont Valrhona Dark Chocolate Truffle by Simple Indulgence Patisserie

Blackberry Bergamont Valrhona Dark Chocolate Truffle by Simple Indulgence Patisserie delivered islandwide in Singapore, powered by Oddle.
Blackberry Bergamont Valrhona Dark Chocolate Truffle
($66 for a box of 6)

Chocolate Conessiuers, this mooncake from Simple Indulgence Patisserie is bound to get your attention. The Blackberry Bergamot Valrhona Dark Chocolate Truffle ($66 for a box of 6) is an epicurean mix of refreshing fruity tastes of the two fruits infused into its snowskin exterior, paired with the bittersweet note of dark chocolate ganache.

Another one of their new flavours is the Butterfly Pea Coconut Gula Melaka Truffle ($67 for a box of 6). Belonging to a series of Singapore-heritage mooncakes, this one is packed with hints of Peranakan elements.

8. Tropicana by Goodwood Park Festive

Tropicana ($42 for a box of 2) from Goodwood Park Festive

When it comes to Instagram worthy mooncakes, Goodwood Park Festive is the best one out there. This year, Tropicana ($42 for a box of 2) is joining their line of aesthetically pleasing mooncakes. Inspired by tropical flavours, indulge in the harmonious blend of tangy-sweetness of pineapple, passion fruit and coconut, all packaged into this decadent pastry. Head to Oddle Eats and order them now!

9. Pandan Lotus Paste Teochew Mooncake by August Baking Studio

Pandan Lotus Paste Teochew Mooncake with Single Yolk by August Baking Studio delivered islandwide in Singapore. powered by Oddle.
Pandan Lotus Paste Teochew Mooncake with Single Yolk ($38.80 for a box of 6)

Teochew mooncakes are not commonly found in Singapore but August Baking Studio does an exquisite collection of these. It is characterized by numerous layers of buttery, flaky pastry which delicately falls apart with each bite. One of the more interesting flavours from this collection is the Pandan Lotus Paste Teochew Mooncake with Single Yolk ($38.80 for a box of 6). What’s more, it’s made with lower sugar so you can enjoy it guilt-free!

10. Custard Lava Mooncake from Lavender Bakery

Custard Lava Mooncake from Lavender Bakery delivered islandwide in Singapore, powered by Oddle.
Custard Lava Mooncake ($36 for a box of 8)

Still looking for more interesting flavours? Savour Lavender Bakery‘s best-selling bite-sized Custard Lava Mooncake ($36 for a box of 8). Each bite comes with an explosion of its intensely flavoured lava core filled with creamy salted duck yolks. Furthermore, its small size makes it perfect for tea time or an after-dinner snack.

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