Artisanal mooncakes in sustainable bamboo packaging

An assortment of artisanal mooncakes from Tao Chinese Cuisine, InterContinental Kuala Lumpur.

THIS Mid-Autumn Festival, Intercontinental Kuala Lumpur is presenting an assortment of artisanal mooncakes from its restaurant, Tao Chinese Cuisine.

The gift boxes for the collection themed “Moonlit Garden” are crafted entirely out of bamboo, in line with the hotel-and-resort chain’s sustainability initiatives.

The boxes are adorned with carvings of koi fish, in homage to the hotel’s garden and koi pond.

There are also cherry blossom motifs, a symbol of renewal that can be spotted on the illuminated floor-to-ceiling glass panels gracing the entrance to Tao.

The imagery on the boxes symbolises longevity and serves as a reminder to make responsible choices to protect the environment.

The Moonlit Garden collection showcases the handiwork of Tao’s master dim sum chef Lo Tian Sion, and includes classic favourites and inventive new creations.

Among them are Musang King Durian Snow Skin with Oats (made with authentic Musang King durian flesh), and Almond Purple Sweet Potato Skin with Pandan Paste that comes in a fusion of flavours.

There is also Butterfly Pea Flower Snow Skin with Bird’s Nest and White Lotus Paste.

Two gift box sizes are also available. They are Moonlit Waters priced from RM138nett for two mooncakes while Moonlit Blossoms is priced from RM178nett for four pieces.

The mooncakes are also sold individually, with the baked mooncakes priced from RM40nett per piece and snow skin mooncakes priced from RM45nett per piece.

The baked mooncake range includes Almond and Sweet Potato with Pandan and Mung Bean; White Lotus Paste with Single Yolk; White Lotus Paste with Nuts; and Red Bean Paste with Nuts.

The snow skin range includes Musang King Durian with Oats; Butterfly Pea Flower with Bird’s Nest and White Lotus Paste; and Roselle with Red Date Paste, Tangerine and Nuts.

Other flavours are Seaweed and Single Yolk with Green Tea, Mixed Fruits and Nuts; and Pandan with Single Yolk and Sweet Corn Paste.

The mooncakes can be purchased at the hotel lobby or via until Sept 29.

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