Friday, September 21, 2007

Mooncakes from : Tung Lok & Meritus Mandarin

At our workplace, we get freebies from our hardware and software vendors. Of course, when we get them, we got to declare them with management first, in case we are accuse of favouring certain companies in our future tenders. haha...

Showing here today, two boxes of mooncakes.

This is Tung Luk's mooncakes. Yes, it has all the radio DJ faces from the local radio station. Our boss insist this box taste the best. We wonder why? haha...



Here's the inside. Individually packed.




This one is from Meritus Mandarin. The rest of us, all think this one from Meritus taste the best from all the diff one we received.



By just looking at the pastry texture you can tell right?



Do you like to eat mooncakes? You like these traditional baked ones, or do you like those 'snow skin' ones?



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10 comments:

tsl said...

plain lotus baked one for me please. heh

xinyun said...

gimme a champagne truffle mooncake from Raffles Hotel anyday :P

tigerfish said...

I actually have not desire for the mooncakes over here. They are sold in the asian grocery stores and mostly from Taiwan, and HK. I prefer the "hotel" mooncakes from S'pore. Send the individually packed one here....I'm not greedy for the whole box. Hahahah!
Tung Lok changed the packaging to real faces and not those traditional cheongsam ladies liow? :P

Keropok Man said...

anyone willing to queue up and buy the sweet potato one by Intercontinental for me? haha..

heard it's only 100 boxes a day.

pinkhippo said...

Meritus Mandarin baked mooncake is my family all time favourite. Every year, it is a must buy for me...

so yummy... :)

Anonymous said...

I love the snow skin ones, never tried them before until I was at the mooncake festival at taka. They are fantastic, so many different flavours!

Keropok Man said...

pinkhippo,

you are so faithful to a particular brand!


anonymous,
snow skin ones, it has a lighter taste ya :-)

Keropok Man said...

xinyun,

did u try it? it is as heavenly as it sound?

The Cooking Ninja said...

I love the traditional ones anytime. :) Sent a box to my parents online. Wish I could be there to buy it personally for them.

benita said...

Haha... The 2nd DJ on the left column used to be from our church. She's a family friend.

My colleague bought really pretty Panpac snow skin ones to share! It has East-West flavours... e.g. Salted egg yolk with custard, Osanthamus with somethingIcan'tremember... Shiok! Too bad there was only a little to go around.

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