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This is the Singapore distributor for the Hong Kong Wing Wah mooncake. Their sale outlet for 2008 are: - Takashimay Shopping Centre, Food Hall (Basement 2) till 14 Sept - Takashimaya Square, Ngee Ann City (Basement 2) till 14 Sept - Raffles City Shopping Centre, The Atrium (Level 3) till 14 Sept - Raffles Xchange, Raffles Place MRT (Basement 1) till 12 Sept Mon to Fri only

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     31 Aug 2008 at 3:50 pm
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    Any fans of the Hong Kong mooncake (Wing Wah)? They have a distributor in Singapore here!!! They offer DBS/OCBC credit card discount till 2 Sept at their Raffles Xchange and Raffles City sales outlet.

    I was in Raffles Xchange, testing out which mooncake is nice, when I saw the lovely box (with a lovely picture) of the snowskin mooncakes of Wing Wah. (I love to collect tins and use them to keep my barang barang, as the outside is easy to clean when dust starts to gather.)

    Later, I was told by my colleague that she bought the traditional mooncake from HK once when she happen to be holidaying during the period, and everyone finds it tasty.

    So just went to buy last Friday. Other than the nice tin for the snowskin mooncake, they are so thoughtful to have icebag (with the same lovely picture) for the mooncake and I could carry it over my shoulder. Not like the hotels where my snowskin mooncake became so soft by the time I got home.

    Their sales person is also nice, doesn't even give me black face as I told them to separate the bill only after they have swipe my card and also I keep changing my mind about whether I want to pick up my snowskin mooncake immediately or after work.

    You could go to their website and download the order form to check out the full list of the available mooncakes. But I want to highlight that they have Low Sugar White Lotus Paste Snowskin and Low Sugar White Lotus Paste With Double Yolks, for any of you who has specific dietary preferences.

    Their snowskin has a 4 different combinations of flavours, giving 1 or 2 of each of these: blueberry cheese, chocolate pearls with Pandan, Mocca Chocolate, Mango, Strawberry, Red Bean and many more. Each combination comes in a box with a lovely picture on top and in different shapes.

    Have attached a few photos, taken from the sales outlet and taken from home. (If you are buying the traditional as gift, I must say the box/tin doesn’t appeal to me at first glance. But for the snowskin one is definitely an attraction to the kids, esp since the dog pic is also embraved onto the mooncake)

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      $money$ said:
      update: the sweetness of snowskin was acceptable, even to my mum (we tried milk choc with chestnut). the skin was also thin and blend in with the paste. no powdery taste of some snowskin
      02 Sep 2008 at 8:41 am
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