Not all mooncakes are created equal, and Mid-Autumn festivities are celebrated in a miscellany of ways around the Southeast Asian
Isn’t it surprising just how divine a pairing of tea and chocolate can be? That may just be one of our many excuses to inhale them both at once, but now that you are here, why don’t you let us walk you through the art of tea and chocolate matching?Read on to check out what brews you can pair your favourite chocolates with and be prepared to bring your next snacking session up to a new all-time high. Milk chocolate First on the list is the ever-popular crowd favourite: Milk chocolate. Made from the main ingredients of cocoa bean, milk, sugar and cocoa butter, this variation has different levels of sweetness depending on the brand or type and pairs well with teas with a dash of cream. Pair with: English Breakfast, Earl Grey, Chai The aroma of the chocolate perfectly complements the richness of milky black teas, striking a perfect balance on the palate to provide a well-rounded taste experience.
Still worrying about what to buy for your father or that really old school fifth aunt from your fiancée’s family? Fret not because teapasar is here with the best mooncake and tea combo recommendations that will get you those illustrious nods of approval this mid-autumn festival! Lotus Seed Mooncake Starting with the most luxurious and one of the popular must-haves in Singapore we have the white lotus seed mooncake which originated from the Canton region. Known for the labour intensive production process, high quality lotus seed paste is often silky smooth and light to taste with a floral aroma that matches perfectly with the traditional golden brown baked pastry. Pair with: Oolong or raw pu’er By complementing the floral fragrance of the mooncake with the toasty notes of oolong and grassy aroma of pu’er, the palate is not overwhelmed with flavours and refreshed with every alternate bite and sip; easily allowing one(us) to gobble up the mooncake in one sitting
One of our fondest memories of kindergarten would be snack time and the snack that stood out above the rest
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