Shangri-la Ho­tel

Food and Travel (Singapore) - - Festive Delights -

Choco­late lovers re­joice. The ho­tel's lux­u­ri­ous honey choco­late col­lec­tion will def­i­nitely sat­isfy your moon­cake crav­ings. Fea­tur­ing four flavours – dark choco­late, milk choco­late and salted tof­fee, white choco­late pas­sion fruit with mango and roasted sili­cian pis­ta­chio. As its name sug­gests, the moon­cakes in this col­lec­tion have honey mixed in them, and it isn’t just nor­mal honey – the honey used is raw and un­pro­cessed leather­wood honey, orig­i­nat­ing from the pris­tine rain­forests of the Tarkine re­gion in Tas­ma­nia. Be­sides it’s amaz­ingly sweet taste, leather­wood honey has a va­ri­ety of health ben­e­fits in­clud­ing boost­ing one’s im­mune sys­tem.

Each moon­cake is hand­crafted with pre­ci­sion, com­ing to­gether per­fectly with its choco­late shell in­fused with creamy mousse-like fill­ing and its lus­cious honey cen­tre. Pack­aged in gor­geous hon­ey­comb-shaped gift boxes, these moon­cakes will be on sale at the ho­tel’s lobby till 15 Septem­ber, and they can also be pur­chased at se­lected retail booths in shop­ping malls is­land-wide. The moon­cakes are priced at $88 per box (8 pieces per box).

In ad­di­tion to the choco­late moon­cakes, mas­ter chef Steven Ng of Shang Palace has cre­ated three new in­no­va­tive flavours of the baked va­ri­ety: mini baked ly­chee moon­cake with rose, mini baked low sugar lo­tus paste moon­cake with macadamia nuts, and mini baked mocha moon­cake with Hokkaido milk. ◆ Lobby level, Shangri-la Ho­tel Sin­ga­pore, 22 Orange Grove Road. Tel: 65/6213-4398­ga­pore

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