Mooncakes are generally eaten and a must-have treats during the Mid-Autumn Festival. If you are sick of eating mooncakes that require cup after cup of oolong tea to wash down or simply just want to break away from giving the usual mooncakes as gift, go for SunnyHills pineapple cakes instead.
Originated from Taiwan, SunnyHills is famous for its pineapple products, especially their delicious pineapple cakes. Using only all-natural and fresh ingredients, these authentic pineapple cakes are made and baked in Taiwan before they are air-flown to Singapore. Each cake has a rich shortbread crust and a sticky-chewy pineapple filling. It has an excellent mouthfeel and each bite is burst with mouth-watering tangy sweetness.
This Mid-Autumn Festival, these delicious pineapple cakes are packaged in a specially designed Mid-autumn gift box and a cute tote bag, which feature the symbolic musings of the mystical “Jade Rabbit” and the full moon, ideal as a gift for your friends and family. Besides that, you would also receive a complimentary gift card with every purchase for you to relate your well wishes.
These tangy treats are definitely going to be a refreshing change from the usual mooncakes and will delight you, your friends and family with its unique flavours this Mid-Autumn Festival.
Available in boxes of 10, 15 or 20 pieces, at $25, $37.50 and $50 respectively, you can get them at the Takashimaya Mid-Autumn Fair from now to 30 Sept, 10:30am to 9:30pm daily or at their flagship store at Raffles Hotel Arcade.
If you are too lazy to leave the house, you can also order them via phone at 8522 9605 and have them delivered to your doorstep for a standard $8 delivery fee. However, the delivery charge will be waived if you order more than $100 and you are entitled to a 10% discount or free delivery if you purchase more than $200.
Raffles Hotel Arcade, #03‐05, 328 North Bridge Road, Singapore 188719
Tel: 8522 9605
Opening Hours: 11am to 8pm (Tue – Sat), 11am to 6pm (Sun – Mon),
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