It isn’t called Southeast Asia’s King of Fruit for nothing.
From the bittersweet Mao Shan Wang to the creamy and sweet Black Pearl, it comes as no surprise that durians have cemented their place in the mooncake world. For our fellow durian fanatics out there, we’ve compiled the ultimate guide to the Best Durian Mooncakes of 2020, complete with early bird deals, special discounts and all the news on where to get them!
Plus, get your favourite mooncakes delivered with Oddle Eats, and receive a FREE Limited Edition Oddle Eats Ceramic Tea Set (worth $68) when you spend a minimum of $120 on any of our participating mooncake merchants!
1. Snowskin ‘Mao Shan Wang’ Mooncake from Summer Pavilion
Summer Pavilion‘s Snowskin ‘Mao Shan Wang’ Mooncake (S$86) is not only a looker, it also packs an intense bittersweet flavour that will definitely be a hit with durian lovers out there. With its creamy pulp and mochi-like snowskin, you might even convert a durian-hater with this one.
Early Bird Special: Citibank, DBS/POSB, HSBC, OCBC, and UOB cardholders enjoy a 20% privilege on all mooncakes from now until 30 September 2020.
Have it delivered: S$10 island-wide.
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2. Black Thorn Mooncake from Goodwood Park Hotel
Made with premium black thorn durian that’s usually only available in limited quantities, the Black Thorn Mooncake (S$69) from Goodwood Park Hotel will surely captivate the hearts of durian lovers. Encased in a gold-dusted black charcoal snowskin, it doesn’t get more luxurious than this.
Early Bird Special: 15% off for CITI, DBS/POSB, OCBC, UOB Credit & Debit Cardmembers from now until 1 Oct 2020; 20% off for Hotel Gourmet Cardmembers; Early Bird offer of 25% off with a min. purchase of 2 boxes from 25 to 31 August 2020.
Have it delivered: S$20 island-wide. Free delivery with min. $500 spend.
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3. “L’opera de Durian” Dark Valrhona Chocolate Mousse with Premium Black Gold Durian Centre from Peony Jade
Every mid-autumn season, Peony Jade continues to wow us with new and innovative flavours, including the “L’opera de Durian” (S$70), a decadent mooncake which perfectly marries the bitter dark Valrhona Chocolate with its sweeter counterpart, the Mao Shan Wang Durian. With past accolades the likes of ‘BEST Durian Snowskin Mooncake’ from Sunday Lifestyle Choice and HER WORLD Magazine, it comes as no surprise that Peony Jade has got an impressive durian mooncake repertoire, from their 100% Organic Pure Penang Black Gold Durian in Japanese Bamboo Charcoal Snowskin, to their Signature Premium Pure Pahang Black Gold MSW Durian in Organic Snow Skin.
4. Signature Mao Shan Wang Mooncake from Pan Pacific Singapore
Housed in an elegant satin-covered crimson box with intricate florals, Pan Pacific Singapore‘s Signature Mao Shan Wang Mooncake (S$88.80) is the perfect gift for your durian-crazy friend. Handcrafted to perfection, celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival with Hai Tien Lo’s exquisite ensemble of mooncakes!
Early Bird Special: 25% early bird savings with UOB, OCBC, Citibank, HSBC and Maybank Cards from now till 31 August 2020.
Have it delivered: Delivery fees apply. Free delivery with min. S$100 spend.
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5. Snowskin Mao Shan Wang Mooncake from JW Marriott
Aside from being a treat to the eyes, JW Marriott‘s Snowskin Mao Shan Wang Mooncakes (S$76.64) are also jam-packed with creamy Mao Shan Wang pulp, making it well worth the price tag. Bundled in a box of 8, this makes the perfect gift for your next office or family gathering.
6. D24 Durian Mooncakes from Four Seasons Restaurant
The D24 Durian Mooncake (S$69) from Four Seasons Restaurant includes 100% D24 durian purée encased in a thin layer of snowskin, which goes perfect with a freshly brewed cup of tea. Four Seasons Restaurant also offers mini durian mooncakes, of both the D24 and Mao Shan Wang variety, if you prefer to savour all the yummy goodness all in one bite!
7. Snowskin Durian Mooncakes from Janice Wong
If you’re looking for a change from the usual hotel mooncakes, how about Snowskin Durian Mooncakes (S$78) from Asia’s Best Pastry Chef, Janice Wong? With only 200 boxes available this mid-autumn season, wait no more, and get yours delivered to your doorstep now!
8. Mao Shan Wang Durian Snowskin Mooncake from Four Seasons Hotel Singapore
A thrill-seeker when it comes to mooncakes? Get adventurous with Four Seasons Hotel‘s Jiang-Nan Chun Medley (S$88), which includes four unique flavours from their new Litchi with Raspberry and Rose, classic Mao Shan Wang Durian, premium Bird’s Nest with Custard and indulgent Hazelnut Royaltine Chocolate. However, if you’re more of a durian purist, opt their Mao Shan Wang Durian Snowskin Mooncakes (S$98) instead.
9. 6-Piece Mao Shan Wang Mini Snowskin Mooncake from Joyden Seafood, Joyden Canton Kitchen and Ho Fook Hei
Low on the frills and high on the quality, the Joyden Group‘s Mao Shan Wang Mini Snowskin Mooncakes (S$48.80) come in a box of 6, which makes it the perfect gift for your loved ones. All you have to do is brew a cup of pu’er tea and you’re all set for the perfect teatime treat.
Have it delivered: Delivery fees apply. Collection from 3 Sept 2020 onwards.
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Besides the well-loved durian snowskin mooncakes, discover the wide selection of mooncakes from your favourite hotels and patisseries with Oddle Eats! From traditional baked skin to new and interesting flavours, enjoy early bird specials and Oddle-exclusive deals at Oddle Eats Mid Autumn Food Festival. Shop now and redeem your FREE Limited Edition Ceramic Tea Set!