A Singaporean mooncake patisserie Chang Ho Sek just released bubble tea mooncakes for the upcoming Mid-Autumn Festival.
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What? Bubble Tea Snowskin? Yes, you read it right. It comes in two flavours: Milk Tea and Matcha Green Tea. But my favorite is still Durian Snowskin Mooncakes from @changhosek. Pure MSW and D24 flesh encased in translucent snow-skin, it's so creamy! For those of you who prefer Traditional Baked Mooncakes, they're available in reduced sugar. 🥮 Pre-Order Discount: 25% OFF until 7 Aug 2019 🥮 Free 4-piece nostalgia plates with every purchase of mooncakes in tin box 🥮 Swipe left for price. Order at www.changhosek.com . . . . . #mediadrop #durian #maoshanwang #snowskin #mooncake #midautumn #boba #bubbletea #tea
These mooncakes does looks good to be honest. It is infused with tea and lotus seed paste and come with a snowy skin exterior.
They come in two types of packaging; ‘tingkat’ and box. Targeting the won’t-buy-for-yourself-but-will-buy-for-others crowd.
These delicacies are available at S$60 for two pieces in tingkat’ packaging, while it’s S$81 for four pieces in a box. There’s a 25% discount ongoing until August 7.
Now. Will we see any more bubble-tea-infested-food? Let’s leave it to our imagination for now. But it is exciting to know how creative people can be.
But if there’s anything such like a “Bubble Tea-Lemang-Cheese” combo – maybe don’t ever try to leave your house then.