SUNNYHILLS MID AUTUMN MOONCAKES 2019 | TAKE A LEAP AND CELEBRATE THIS MID-AUTUMN WITH A TASTE OF SUNSHINE AND PINEAPPLES

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If you are looking forward to trying out something new yet palatable this year, you are in for a good surprise with SunnyHills’ mooncakes!
Mid-Autumn Festival is all about families and friends getting together over mooncakes, lanterns and a pot of hot tea amidst the folklore’s stories telling. Traditionally, people celebrate the festival by sharing with their family, mooncakes that are filled with lotus or red bean paste. For a change, how about bringing home a mooncake filled with bursts of
sunshine and pineapples goodness that come all the way from Bagua Mountains, Central Taiwan instead?
This mid-autumn, SunnyHills unveils its limited-edition Pineapple Custard Mooncake, a celebratory product of its 10th year anniversary!
The Pineapple Custard Mooncake comes from SunnyHills’ interpretation of a mooncake that combines the custard made from Taiwan’s Earth Pineapples ‘土凤梨’ with a dash of
salted eggs to tease the sweet and savory taste buds, bringing out the distinct flavors of traditional midautumn with a taste of sunshine. The pineapples are grown naturally and organically, free of pesticides under the optimal climate conditions on the central mountains of Taiwan where SunnyHills’ farm and bakery is located.
Using only non-Genetically Modified Organism (GMO) pineapples, known as Earth Pineapples, these pineapples are naturally sunbathed till they are ripe and are simmered into a golden paste. Whether it’s sweet or tangy, it mirrors the flavor of the season’s harvests; rich and full-bodied in summer yet delicious and piquant in winter. Get ready to indulge in the buttery smooth skin that welcomes your taste palates and experience the distinct subtle flavors in your mouth from the crunchy yet rich, juicy pineapple custard filling! The mooncake’s sweetness is balanced out with a layer of salted egg to give it a not too sweet, tangy flavor. With no artificial additives and preservatives, the mooncake tastes fresh and every bite beckon for more!

SunnyHills created the pineapple flower mooncake motif that symbolizes the blessings the mid-autumn festivities bring about by adopting the latest baking techniques and technology. It took their Master-Baker a year to discover the perfect way to turn their ‘Earth Pineapples’ into a custard – specially just for the Pineapple Custard Mooncake.

While honoring the old traditions and creating new exciting palatable ones, only top quality premium ingredients are used and that’s what makes the SunnyHills’ Pineapple Custard Mooncakes an exceptionally delightful one! Instead of the usual mooncake size, the Pineapple Custard Mooncake is fun-sized, so you won’t feel overfilled and guilty during consumption. If you are looking for a healthier alternative to traditional mooncakes, this is one not to be missed.

The Pineapple Custard Mooncake is available for purchase online, http://shop.sunnyhills.com.sg and at SunnyHills boutiques located at:
• SunnyHills Singapore Flagship shop at Raffles Hotel, 3 Seah Street, Singapore 188379 (To be opened on 16 August 2019) • 391 Orchard Road, #B2-27A, Ngee Ann City Tower B, Takashimaya S.C.
Each box of Pineapple Custard Mooncake is retailing at:
• Pineapple Custard Mooncake (6-in-a-box) – S$45 (GST included), additional 10% off if purchased before 3rd September 2019. • Corporate Pricing Available

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For more information on SunnyHills, please visit: Website: https://www.sunnyhills.com.tw/index/en/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SunnyHills.Singapore/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sunnyhillssingapore/

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