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Mid-Autumn Indulgence at the Cherry Garden


The Cherry Garden at Mandarin Oriental, Singapore will welcome the Mid-Autumn Festival with perennial favourites for a delicious indulgence to brighten the day.

From 16 August to 24 September 2018, three new mooncake creations from Cherry Garden puts a creative twist on traditional baked mooncakes that everyone will love. Taste and savour delicious combinations that will surely wow guests and will have them wanting to take it home.

Highlighting pairings often found in Chinese cuisine, two traditional baked mooncakes have a creative twist. For a luscious combination of salty and sweet flavours, a classic dessert of taro and coconut is reinterpreted to a delectable mooncake with sea salt caramel. The pandan mooncake stays true to Singapore’s national cake featuring a golden backed exterior and a delectable red bean core studded with melon seeds for crunch and texture. Purists will always feel welcome with the low sugar silver lotus paste with single or double yolk.

Everyone can have their favourite mooncake during the Mid-Autumn Festival with traditional and newly created flavours that will excite the palate for more.

There is also an artisanal snow skin mooncake collection with the exotic Mango Puree with macadamia nuts that perfectly balances and yields an uplifting aroma of the fruits freshness. By popular demand, the signature Lychee Martini with chocolate truffle; Custard Paste with rose petals and chestnuts; and Osmanthus and Walnut selections are back as well.

If guests want to gift these mooncakes, the Cherry Garden Four Treasures and Assortment of Mini Snow Skin Mooncakes delicacies are available in a dainty teal-coloured two-piece or four-piece box. This is perfect to send as a gift for family, friends, and business associates. The chest comes with a flower and bird motif and the iconic gold fan emblem of the hotel.

For a traditional, yet modern take on Mid-Autumn Festival treat, drop on by Cherry Garden in Mandarin Oriental, Singapore to taste that will be memorable for the whole season. For more details, telephone at 6885 3081 or e-mail [email protected] today.

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