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$568 Mooncake Made With Premium Mao Shan Wang Is Now Available In S’pore

Hello, friend! Are you enjoying mooncake season? This year, we have seen a lot of interesting creations including coffee-infused mooncakes, and boba mooncakes. Well, you have seen nothing yet. We have found a brand that sells mooncake for a whopping $568. That is equivalent to 41 normal pieces of mooncakes if one is roughly $15.

Is this the most expensive mooncake in Singapore?

Photo: @goldenmomentssg (Instagram)
Photo: Golden Moments (Facebook)

Considering the price, we are assuming that this is probably one of the most expensive mooncakes in Singapore. It is something that Crazy Rich Asians and royalties will approve. Introducing Golden Moments, the brand that has created the Limited Edition Premium Mao Shan Wang Truffle Snowskin Mooncake. Are you ready for the ingredients?

Photo: Golden Moments (Facebook)
Photo: Golden Moments (Facebook)

It is made with Mao Shan Wang, dark chocolate shell, a layer of fresh Australian Winter Black Truffle, mixed with truffle paste, and truffle oil. For the price, there will be four pieces in the box! You will also be getting Golden Moments Branded 999.9 24K Pure Gold (3g) Plate, golden teapot, golden teacups, golden fork, golden knife, and even a tissue box. Eating this mooncake is a true royalty experience.

You can check out the mooncake right here!

Other mooncakes are available too

Photo: @goldenmomentssg (Instagram)
Photo: @goldenmomentssg (Instagram)

If you want to try premium mooncakes, there are other options available from Golden Moments too. You cannot miss out on its Signature SnowSkin Mao Shan Wang Mooncake. It is nicely priced at $88.80 for four pieces in a box. It is made with healthy bamboo charcoal snowskin, premium gold dust, and 100% pure Mao Shan Wang! Mooncakes with gold dust? Yes, please!

You can check out the mooncake right here!

Check out other mooncakes

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