Mooncakes have been a beloved part of celebrating the Mid-Autumn Festival for many years now. There is something truly pure and beautiful about biting into a mooncake under a bright full moon on the day of the Mid-Autumn Festival.

And so, to help us satisfy our mooncake-loving cravings for this year’s festival (on 1st October), these F&B companies have created some mooncakes that we simply must try.

1. Inside Scoop

Yes, you read that right. ICE CREAM MOONCAKES!!! Just imagine biting into that taste of heaven wrapped up with our favourite traditional mooncake designs. Did that tasty thought get your taste buds tingling? Well, good thing is you don’t have to just imagine.You can now place orders for your handcrafted ice cream mooncakes both online and in-store.

And that’s not all, you can even make your own mooncakes with Inside Scoop’s ice cream mooncake DIY kit. The kit comes with all the instructions, ingredients and utensils you will need to make the perfect ice cream mooncake. All you have to do is purchase the kit online for just RM118 and start mooncaking away!

  • Click here to place your online orders or to find an outlet nearby.

2. Resorts World Genting 

Heading over to Genting for this year’s Mid-Autumn Festival? Then make sure to grab this amazing Purchase with Purchase mooncake promotion available at the Resort World Genting kiosks. You can now buy two boxes of mooncakes and get a special discount on Goh Tong Pu Er Tea Cakes.

The Genting Mooncake menu has an array of mouth-watering flavours, which range from the traditional Lotus Paste and red beans paste mooncakes, along with their newly introduced Snow Skin White Lotus Paste, Golden Jade with Caramelized Sugar and Blueberry Lotus Paste mooncakes.

  • Available until 1st October 2020.
  • Click here for more information on Genting Mooncakes.

3. Tealive

We already love bubble tea in a cup. Now we can also bite into the delicious brown sugar lava and pearls filled into a mooncake! Who knew bubble tea could get any better, right?

Tealive recently introduced their very special Brown Sugar Tea Au Laities Mooncakes for just RM 25 per box, with two pieces in each. They also have additional discounts, such as 5% off with a purchase of 20 boxed and 10% off with the purchase of 50 boxes. Stocks are limited so make sure to pre-order the first ever Bubble Tea Mooncake by Tealive  before they run out!

  • Available while stocks last.
  • Click here to place your online pre-orders.

4. Sheraton Petaling Jaya

Sheraton Petaling Jaya’s Mooncake Boxes are both delicious and functional! This year’s Mid Autumn Festival at Sheraton Petaling Jaya showcases a series of three mooncake boxes. Each box is filled with four delicious and traditionally baked Pure Lotus Paste, White Lotus Paste with Single Yolk, Baked Pandan Paste with Single Yolk and Red Bean Paste mooncakes.

The boxes in which the mooncakes come in are beautifully multifunctional. The boxes come in three vibrant and eye-catching designs named Peony, Plum Blossom and Tiffany Blossom and are also made out of high quality material that is reusable and stackable. I don’t know what I’m more excited for – the box or the mooncakes?! Not going to lie, I’m excited for both!

These gorgeous boxes are priced at RM138 each and can be purchased at the Sheraton Petaling Jaya Hotel or South Court, Mid Valley. You call also call or Whatsapp 017 2286098 to reserve your order now.

  • Available from 4th September – 1st October 2020.
  • Visit their Instagram page for more information.

5. Valen’s Patisserie

Valen’s Patisserie introduces the “Illuminating Beauty” Chocolate Mooncake Collection. This elegant and scintillating collection celebrates beauty in every form through the use of colourful butterflies to symbolise positivity, hope, love, and friendship. These mooncakes are absolutely gorgeous and resonates a deep sense of beauty in every way.

The Chocolate Mooncake Collection features an “Illuminating Beauty” gift set, which comes with four pre-set exquisite mooncake flavours priced at RM98 per set. The set boasts two new exquisite flavours, Matcha Sakura and Yuzu Jasmine, along with the traditional mooncake favourites, Earl Grey and Hazelnut Praline.

6. Nobu KL 

“Full Moon by Nobu Kuala Lumpur” presents us with a mooncake box that we simply cannot resist. The festive box comes with four delicious flavours – Green Tea Lotus, Black Sesame Lotus, Kabocha (Pumpkin) Lotus with Single Yolk and Red Bean Paste, priced at RM128 Nett per box.

The Full Moon Box can be purchased from 28th August onwards at Nobu KL or at Mid Valley Megamall’s Mooncake Exhibition commencing on the 4th of September.

  • Available until 1st October 2020.
  • For discounts on bulk orders, contact 03-2164-5084 or WhatsApp 019-389-5085.

7. Starbucks 

In the spirit of encouraging everyone to experience the “taste of togetherness” this mid-autumn festival, Starbucks has designed in a two-tiered Tiffin carrier inspired by the traditional “Porcelain Tingkats” used by the Baba and Nyonya communities. Priced at
RM138.80, the mooncake set includes 2 new flavours and 2 returning favourites, which will be available from 7th September onwards.

  • Starbucks Chocolate Lava Mooncake
  • Starbucks Mocha Lava Mooncake
  • Starbucks Tiramisu Mooncake
  • Starbucks Green Tea Key Lime Mooncake

The Starbucks Mid-Autumn Festival Collection consisting of tumblers, water bottles and mugs are available in stores. The artwork used throughout the collection is based on the story of auspicious bunnies dancing under the full moon to symbolise the merriness of the harvest season.

From left to right:

  • Starbucks 24oz Bunny Face with Moon Water Bottle – RM98
  • Starbucks 20oz Bunnies and Moon Tumbler – RM78
  • Starbucks 18oz Bunny Face with Moon Cold Cup – RM75
  • Starbucks 16oz Stainless Steel Staring at the Moon Tumbler – RM132.00
  • Starbucks 10oz Stainless Steel Bunny Ears Water Bottle – RM98

Now you know where to get the most incredible mooncakes to make your Mid-Autumn Festival extra-special! So do make sure to place your orders early and enjoy these beautifully festive delicacies.

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