|Source: Tai Thong website. The durian emperor mooncake.|
Durian emperor (榴槤皇中皇): The filling is made from fresh durian. Tai Thong has two other snow skin mooncakes with durian: the imperial Musang King royale (至尊貓山皇), a premium limited edition mooncake filled with pure Musang King durian flesh, and the snow skin durian coulis (冰皮鮮榴槤) that contains durian pulp and paste.
Mocha milk tea (奶茶咖啡): Inspired by the 'yuan yang' Hong Kong beverage, which mixes tea and coffee, this is a charcoal-baked mooncake with mocha coffee and royal milk tea lotus paste.
Snow skin pandan single yolk (冰皮翡翠單黃): A blend of salted egg yolk enveloped in fresh pandan paste.
|Source: Tai Thong website. The new Snow skin Japanese potato with custard mooncake.|
Snow skin Japanese potato with custard (冰皮紫薯奶黃): Slightly sweet and smooth. Tai Thong recommends Chinese tea to complement it.
Other Tai Thong flavours for baked mooncakes include flavours with the classic lotus, white lotus, pandan and red bean fillings. It also has a salted White Lotus with Belacan Dried Shrimp & Chicken Floss 咸白蓮馬來棧蝦米雞絲 version. for snow skin mooncakes Tai Thong has yam, red bean and lotus paste flavours.
Tai Thong has crafted mooncakes for two decades. Its mooncakes are free from artificial colourings and flavourings, and certified halal by the Islamic Development Department of Malaysia (JAKIM).
The company has also created mid-autumn set menus for 2017 which are available at the Imperial Garden PJ, Imperial China Subang, Imperial City Cheras, Tai Thong Odeon Kepong and Royal China Ipoh in Malaysia. Four business banquet menus are available as well, at the Imperial China Subang, Imperial City Cheras, Imperial Garden PJ, Royal China Restaurant Ipoh and Tai Thong Odeon Kepong.
Call 1800 882 338 in Malaysia with questions from Monday to Friday, 9.30am to 6.30pm