Before you take the first bite of the mooncake, do you know the difference between traditional mooncakes vs snowskin mooncakes?
Here is a quick intro.
Traditional Baked Mooncakes
|Traditional Mooncakes from TCC|
|TCC traditional baked mooncakes|
Traditional baked mooncakes are best eaten within a week under normal room temperature. It may not be wised to get them early as it may get mouldy before mid autumn festival.
|TCC Lotus Seed Paste with generous portion of salted egg yolk|
In recent times, more exotic fillings are introduced to baked mooncakes. In some cases , due to the fillings introduced, snowskin mooncakes have risen in popularity.
|TCC Snowskin mooncakes|
Due to the cold nature of snowskin, it allows for a greater variety of fillings to be created. You would be able to find fillings such as durian, sesame, yam, green tea, strawberry, cranberry, chocolate and even ice cream amongst the many variation available.
Like those flavours?
Try them from TCC ( The Connoisseur Concerto)
It is best to thaw them in the fridge and consume 2 hours thereafter. It is not advisable to refreeze them once they are thaw.
|TCC Royal Elixir mini Snowskin|
Are you a baked or snowskin mooncake person?
You might want to try the mooncakes from TCC. TCC has both the classic baked mooncakes or snowskin variety. The classic bake come with the melon seeds or the generous egg yolk blend version. As for the snowskin version, try the non alcoholic version such as Creme De Oreo or Choco Hazelnut. Alcoholic version such as Caramella Whiskey Truffle is available to go with your glass of wine.
To top it off, it is packaged in a beautiful luxurious bag. Choose from various colours . Our personal favourite is the tiffany green version that oozes a sophisticated touch. Whichever version of mooncake you choose, it would not disappoint!
The Wacky Duo was given TCC mooncakes to sample. All opinions are of our own.