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Kowloon Shangri-La, Hong Kong Launches A New Range of Moon Cakes In Addition to Traditional And Auspicious Goodies

July 25, 2017 Dining No Comments Email Email

This year, the Michelin two-starred Shang Palace at Kowloon Shangri-La, Hong Kong offers a selection of elegantly created moon cakes, including the brand-new Uji Matcha Moon Cake with Red Beans and Persimmon and Charcoal Moon Cake with Red Date Paste, Apricot and Walnut, as well as the ever-popular Chiu Chow Moon Cake with Pandan Leaf, Yam Paste and Salty Egg Yolk.  Two hampers brimming with festive goodies and fine food are also on offer to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival on 4 October 2017.

Charcoal Moon Cake with Red Date Paste, Apricot and Walnut

Elegant, gold-dusted charcoal-baked moon cake with a delightful combination of red date, apricot and walnut.  The delightful sweetness of red dates is enhanced by the chewy texture of the dried nuts.  A delicious, healthy option.

Uji Matcha Moon Cake with Red Bean and Persimmon

A creative Japanese take on the traditional moon cake.  The natural sweetness of top-grade persimmon from Koshu province is the perfect answer to the refreshing bitterness of uji matcha from award-winning tea farm Yamamasa Koyamaen.

30-Year Mandarin Peel and Red Bean Paste Moon Cake

Inspired by the traditional dessert, Boiled Sweetened Red Bean Soup, this creative moon cake make is brought back by popular demand.  Nowadays, 30-year mandarin peel is much sought after because it is hard to find aged peel of more than 10 years.  Its zesty flavour is well complemented by the sweetness of red beans.

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