Snow Skin Mooncake Singapore: Golden Moments Review

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Golden Moments: Mao Shan Wang Durian Snow Skin Mooncake Review

As the first day of Lunar seventh month strikes, it seems not the start of the Ghost month but the month of Mid-Autumn as the news release of the various mooncakes by different companies are sent out. One particular invitation caught my eye with the charcoal black skin and golden sprinkles.
Golden Moments Mao Shan Wang Snowskin MooncakesWe all know most Singaporeans are crazy about durians. New in Singapore, Golden Moments, the Durian Artisan was created by three young Singaporeans who aim to bring families closer through these lovingly handcrafted durian delicacies.

Each glittery, gold dusted mooncake stars a rich and creamy pure Mao Shan Wang filling encased in a healthy bamboo charcoal snowskin. They contain no preservatives, no cream and no added sugar, which makes them perfect for wholesome indulgence with family and friends.
Golden Moments Mao Shan Wang DurianTo be honest, I’m the only one in my family who avoids the king of fruits. But the golden cooler bag caught my attention and the thoughtful efforts was good enough for me to create a little stop-motion gif. I shared it with my family, Priscilla and Peps, and they were all surprised by the quality of the handcrafted mooncakes. So here is Peps’ take on whether the new Golden Moments Signature Premium Durian Snow skin Mooncake is worth your dollars and cents~

 

Peps’ Verdict: Right off the bat, the visuals are a plus point already. It’s distinctive colour paired with a luxurious golden dust finish really sets it apart. On first bite, it’s rich fragrance comes as a wonderful surprise, the heavy gushing flavours makes it a real treat for any durian lovers.

And as for non-durian lovers, this really isn’t for you. This has none of those artificial snow skin type of imitation flavouring that people who aren’t a fan of the fruit can still somehow stomach. Golden Moments is the real deal, every single bite seemingly as if I’m eating some of the best of durians.

If there are any bones i can pick with it, would be that perhaps in our local weather, it sometimes begins to melt in the heat pretty quickly. Be sure to eat it right away upon taking it out from the refrigerator!
TGFT Mao Shan Wang MooncakeThe Golden Moments Signature Premium Durian Snowskin Mooncake is now available online at www.goldenmoments.sg and at Takashimaya, Nex and VivoCity. Get 30% off your purchase with promo code: TGFT30!

The Epiphany Duplet wishes everyone a Happy Mid-Autumn Festival in advance~

Cheers,
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*Disclosure: Invitation from weandme.sg. No monetary compensation was received for the review.

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On September 1, 2017

28 Responses to Snow Skin Mooncake Singapore: Golden Moments Review

  1. Elizabeth O says:

    Wow!! That mooncake looks so tempting and delicious. after seeing that picture I am craving now. Ugh!!

  2. Samantha says:

    I’m not familiar with durians, but that one look almost too pretty to eat!

  3. Sally says:

    Hi, is the promo code available for online purchase too? I am unable to key in the promo code upon checking out online.

  4. tararaquelfuller says:

    how cool! I am so curious to taste one!

  5. Talina Roma says:

    This looks so interesting – I’ve actually never heard or seen this before but I would definitely give it a go!

  6. joyfulsource says:

    Sg is such a food capital and I love roaming around the city to explore good food. You gave me another great reason to come back very soon 😀 Thanks it’s good to know!

  7. Aditi says:

    Never heard of moon cakes before! These look beautiful. Too good to eat!

  8. ipukekawaii says:

    All the fruits that are interesting and amazing. This is one of them ^.^
    The moon cake and presentation look beautiful. When cut it looks interesting … like a pudding inside a cake form, if that makes sense.

  9. elenasts says:

    This cake looks amazing. At first I thought it was a decoration of some kind. I wouldn`t want to eat it I would like to keep it 🙂

  10. Via Bella says:

    It looks like it is almost too fancy to eat.

  11. Shevoneese says:

    These look too gorgeous to eat. I’ve never heard of these before but I’m so glad I have now. Its exciting to find out about new dishes and cultures.

  12. Calleigh Keibler - TheForkBite says:

    I’m a traditional red bean fan of moon cake and prefer flaky crust, that’s the one that I always buy.

  13. Kiwi says:

    Wow I didnt know Singaporean people love durians like that. I never had one before but I heard of its reputation as not being that tasty. This looks mooncake looks super pretty for this kind of delicacy!

  14. acheerymind says:

    Ok first the cooler bag got my attention, I love anything that is golden 🙂 For cake design is fabulous, though I did tried durian before and I was not a fan. Mabe I should give it another go ?

  15. Ana Ojha says:

    This looks absolutely divine and makes me hungry! I feel like grabbing it from my laptop and eating right now!

  16. ktmommyscene says:

    How pretty! These cakes look delicious and I’d love to find out how they taste.

  17. tpeskin says:

    Wow this cake looks beautiful It’s so surprising because of the color. Definitely something different.

  18. jin says:

    Omg that looks absolutely divine and too pretty to eat! I’m a fan of durian and now I’m craving to try this pretty treat!

  19. gracielaalexandraa says:

    This actually looks really good! I love fruit, durian especially! I’m dying to try some now!

  20. Tanvi Rastogi (@Tanviidotcom) says:

    This looks quite unique and interesting. I had not heard of it before. The presentation is everything.

  21. abccooper17Allison says:

    I have admittedly never heard of these before but wow – they sound like something I need to try! And who doesn’t love to eat pretty foods!?

  22. Ithfifi says:

    That looks absolutely beautiful. I too had to do a little research, I’d say I’d try it! The presentation and packaging look so indulgent!

  23. Cia Black says:

    Normally I would find food that is black in color to be appealing but this looks so beautiful with the gold dusting on top I would feel like a million bucks just having on my plate.

  24. acraftymix says:

    I had absolutely no idea what a durian was, I had to go look it up on google 😉 It looks like such a fascinating fruit with all those spikes. And someone said it tastes like diced garlic and caramel poured into whipped cream, but smells really bad. Sounds really interesting. Thanks Tiffany, I really enjoyed reading this and now I’m dying to try some

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