New and Most Unique Mooncake Flavours to Try in Singapore 2020

Mooncake; green apples

Here’s a personal opinion that may raise an eyebrow among the weight-watchers; Mid-Autumn Festival celebrations should be extended to the entire year! Controversial? Yes, but how else can we enjoy the goodness of the mooncakes that are definitely worth every calorie? 

“All good things are worth waiting for”

– Susan Gale

All the Mooncake lovers out there can definitely relate to this. It is commonly celebrated annually on the 15th day of the 8th month in the lunar calendar when the moon is at its fullest phase.

We guess that’s why the Mooncake Festival has turned into a mooncake pageant, with everyone vying for the Most Unique Mooncake crown in the country. But well, the competition is good for the consumers like us. Mooncake Festival gets more and more exciting every year as we discover new flavours from our favourite brands! 

If you’re wondering where to buy the best mooncake in Singapore, check out our list of New and Most Unique Mooncake Flavours to Try in Singapore in 2020 below.

1. Baked Nyonya Mixed Nuts Mooncake at Crowne Plaza Changi Hotel

mooncake boxes; snowkin mooncakes; baked mooncakesPicture credit to Crowne Plaza Changi Hotel

Other than its classic traditional baked mooncake flavours, Crowne Plaza Changi Airport is also bringing Peranakan influence into this new series. Filled with almonds, white sesame seeds, macadamia nuts, walnuts and Buah Keluak, the Nyonya Mixed Nuts Baked Mooncake presents a delicious medley of sweet and savoury flavours. You will also be pleased to know that their elegant mooncake gift box is made from recycled material. 

Price: $74 nett for box of 4 pieces 

Promo alert: 40% off all mooncakes from 1 September to 1 October 2020

2. Yuzu and Osmanthus Truffle Snowskin mooncake at Raffles Hotel


mooncake; champagne bottle

Picture credit to Raffles Hotel

The perfect complement to a good soothing cup of chinese tea, this new addition to Raffles mooncake collection is a tribute to the citrus family. The juxtaposition of the yuzu and osmanthus creates a perfect balance to our palate, leaving a natural sweet aftertaste with every bite. Definitely one of the best mooncakes in Singapore 2020!

Price: $76 nett for box of 8 pieces 

Promo alert: 20% off purchases from 1 September to 25 September 2020 for HSBC Credit Cardholders

3. Mellow Apple Calvados Truffle at Grand Hyatt Singapore

mooncake; green applesPicture credit to Grand Hyatt Singapore

This year, Grand Hyatt is bringing fruity twist into their new mooncake creation. This Mellow Apple Calvados Truffle combines the goodness of apples with the iconic French brandy Calvados. With the existing discounts, Grand hyatt’s mooncake selection is also the most affordable mooncake in our list!

Price: $56 nett for box of 8 pieces (after discount)

Promo alert: 30% off early bird orders until 1 Oct for online purchase

4. Bird Nest With Japanese Sweet Potato at JW Marriott Singapore South Beach

mooncakesPicture credit to JW Marriott South Beach Singapore

Combine the sweetness of Japanese Sweet Potato and bird’s nest and you get this creative and nourishing spin of snowskin mooncake flavour from JW Marriott Singapore South Beach. Enveloping the purple goodness from the Japanese Sweet Potato is a beautiful marble turquoise skin, definitely giving you the taste of luxury in every bite.

Price: $82.24 nett for box of 8 pieces 

5. Caramel Sea Salt Snowskin at Fairmont Hotel

mooncake; salt; brown sugar

Picture credit to Fairmont Hotel

Crafted by dim sum maven, Chef Mandy Yeo of Szechuan Court, this popular ice cream flavour now exists in the form of a mooncake too. Beneath the soft pastel orange skin is an irresistible combination of sweet and savory flavours. Beyond the Caramel Sea Salt Snowkin, Fairmont’s extensive mooncake selection also covers traditional baked favourites such as Double Yolk in White Lotus Paste.

Price: $72nett for box of 8 pieces

Promo alert: 10% off for online orders from 18 – 28 September

There you have it! 5 mooncake flavours in Singapore we think are the most unique for the season. Pair your preferred option with your favourite chinese tea as you gather with friends and family (up to 5) to enjoy the night under the full moon. 

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