Sweet and savoury signature mini treats await mooncake lovers

The Shanghai Crust mini mooncakes by Plaza Premium Group Malaysia.

THE coveted mini mooncakes by Plaza Premium Group Malaysia are back this year under the culinary direction of its skilful pastry chefs.

Featuring the “Halal-Certified Signature Mini Mooncakes” consisting of the Shanghai Crust and Crystal Skin mini mooncakes, these treats are available at Plaza Premium First (KLIA) and Plaza Premium Lounge (next to Aerotel Kuala Lumpur at gateway@klia2) until Sept 21.

With healthy eating in mind, the pastry chefs have relived the artistry of treasured Mid-Autumn Festival traditions with handcrafted mini mooncakes created with less sugar and no preservatives to bring these authentic tastes to all.

The Shanghai Crust mini mooncakes offer two selections – Pu Er with Pine Nuts and Lotus Melon Seeds with Single Egg Yolk.

As for the Crystal Skin range, relish the local flavours in Crystal Skin Durian – which provides a balanced ratio of durian paste in soft snow skin pastry for a lusciously milky taste without the fruit’s overbearing richness.

Priced at RM110 nett (six pieces of Shanghai Crust Mini Mooncakes) and RM150 nett (six pieces of Crystal Skin Durian Mini Mooncakes), the Signature Mooncakes by Plaza Premium Group Malaysia are presented in a delicate and refined gift box which makes it a posh gift for loved ones, business associates, friends and relatives.

For passengers arriving or departing from KLIA or Terminal klia2, the Signature Mooncakes gift box serves as the perfect souvenir.

For every bulk purchase of 10 boxes or more, corporate partners may customise their company logo placement on gift boxes.

For more information or to place an order, call 03-8778 0808 or email onlinestore.mal@plaza-network.com

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