10 Unique Mooncakes You Can Find in Singapore This Year (2022)


Mooncake lovers out there, you have probably heard of the famous names such as Raffles Hotel, Grand Hyatt and so on and so forth.

But have you ever tried to step out of your comfort zone to try less commonly known or more unique mooncakes?

Well, most people usually stick to their preferred brand(s) every year. But if you are feeling as adventurous as Tom Holland in Uncharted, here is a list of ten unique mooncakes that you can find in Singapore this year.

Taro Yam Lotus Mooncake by Fyre

For those that love to post aesthetically pleasing mooncakes on your Instagrams or TikToks, this entry is for you.

Fyre is well-known for its collection of award-winning mooncakes. One of their most eye-catching and uniquely flavoured mooncakes is their limited edition Teowchew Flaky Taro Yam Lotus Mooncake. Its gorgeous aesthetics resemble a purple mountain that is capped in snow.

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This flavour should be very enticing among all ages, especially for the older generations who for some reason likes to eat yam quite a fair bit. Oh, and did we forget to mention? Their mooncakes are made using low-sugar recipes, which is a plus point when trying to persuade your parents who feel that mooncakes are overly sweet.

Prices start from $88.80 for a box of four and it can be ordered through their website.

Gin Infused Snow Skin Mooncake by Janice Wong x Roku Gin

Attention to people who love alcohol in their mooncakes. Janice Wong has recently partnered with the Japanese alcohol brand Roku Gin to create an unique snow skin mooncake collection.

The set comes with eight mooncakes of three different flavours, namely Matcha Lemon Thyme, Sakura Strawberry Gin and Bergamot Yuzu Gin. It also includes a 200ml bottle of Roku Gin and two ceramic cups with Roku Gin’s logo imprinted on them.

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This set is the perfect one if you have friends that always psycho you to go out for drinks. It is available for pre-order till 10 September at the starting price of $124.20.

Also, don’t say we bojio, you can get 10% off when you order through their website from now till 31 August.

JW Marriott’s Tea Infused Mooncakes

If you are a high tea kind of person, look no further. Tea connoisseurs can enjoy this collection as well as a complementary exquisite tin of Tie Guan Yin.

Each box comes with eight mooncakes containing four unique flavours. The flavours include Lemon Truffle with Green Tea Lotus, Black Tea Truffle with Pu-er Lotus, Martell VSOP Chamomile Truffle with Red Dates Lotus and Royal Salute Caramel Sea Salt Truffle with Honey Purple Potato.

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Wow, that was a mouthful. Anyways, if you want to give this elegant set a try, don’t forget to use the discount code “UOBMC20” for 20% off all JW Marriott mooncakes. Prices start from $88 and they can be purchased here.

Peach Garden Mooncakes

For those who are familiar with Peach Garden, you should know that the food products they serve are of top quality.

For 2022, they are selling two special kinds of mooncakes. The first being Lychee with Wolfberries and the other, which is their signature, the Charcoal Black Sesame Paste with Melon Seeds and Gold Dust.

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The Lychee with Wolfberries come in a box of four and is priced at $85, while the Charcoal Black Sesame Paste is priced at $88 for a box of four.

This could be a great gift, especially for those with grandparents who wish to explore new flavours. You can purchase them through their website.

Intercontinental Singapore Traditional Mooncakes with a Twist

For those who prefer traditionally baked mooncakes but wants to have a few twists, Intercontinental Singapore is the place you should order from.

This year, they have come up with four limited-edition flavours for their baked mooncakes. They include Black sesame, Pineapple Matcha, Oolong Cashew and Sakura Shrimp. Yes, you saw that right, Sakura Shrimp, even we were taken aback when we saw that flavour.

Here is what is inside each flavour:


Black Sesame – Almond Lotus Paste with Black Sesame

Sakura Shrimp – Mung Bean with Sakura Shrimp

Pineapple Matcha – Matcha Green Tea, Red Bean and Caramel Pineapple

Oolong Cashew – Tie Guan Yin, Lotus Paste with Cashew nuts.

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Prices start at $106 for a set. It also comes with a mini teapot as well as four traditional-looking teacups. You can place an order at their website or at Man Fu Yuan Shoppe, located at the hotel’s entrance.

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Goodwood Park Ondeh Ondeh Mooncake

Normally known for their famous Mao Shan Wang and Black Thorn snow skin mooncakes, Goodwood Park has introduced a new flavour this year, the Ondeh Ondeh snow skin mooncake.


For fans of the green ball that often chokes people with its burst of Gula Meleka, you might want to try this one out.

The Gula Melaka used in the handcrafted mooncake is imported directly from Java, which complements the pandan centre enveloped in a choux pastry.

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If you are one who looks out for freshness in your food product, don’t need to worry, Goodwood Park freshly handcrafts their mooncakes with no preservatives. People are advised to consume their mooncakes three days after purchase.

Prices start at $52 for two pieces of Ondeh Ondeh snow skin mooncakes. You can purchase them via their website or through the hotel at 6730 1868.

Laurent Bernard’s Chocolate Mooncake

For those of you who have a sweeter than normal sweet tooth, be pleased to know that chocolate mooncakes actually exist.


Created by the famous french brand, these tiny chocolate mooncakes will definitely satisfy both your chocolate and mooncake cravings.

Wow, talk about killing two birds with one stone.

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Each box comes with eight chocolate mooncakes consisting of two flavours. The milk chocolate flavour contains carmel ganache, lava hazelnut heart and crunchy praline, while the dark chocolate flavour contains pure dark chocolate ganache, lava hazelnut heart and crunchy praline.

It cost $78 for one box of chocolate mooncakes, which are available online.

Aroma Truffle Mao Shan Wang Mooncakes

Mao Shan Wang Fans where are you? This entry is for you. Aroma Truffle is a very well-known brand that sold out last year during the Mid-Autumn festival period.

They cleverly infuse truffle and Mao Shan Wang into a snowskin mooncake, giving its consumers the best of both worlds in a single bite.

Inside each box contains eight signature Truffle Mao Shan Wang Snowskin mooncakes as well as a Eight Treasure organic tea and a set of gold-plated cutlery.

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They have stated that they will only have 2,600 boxes for sale this year so what are you waiting for? Get yours here now. Alternatively, you can get them from their physical stores located at Chinatown Point and Jewel Changi Airport.


Yan Ting’s Yuzu Paste with Cream Cheese Truffle Snowskin Mooncake

You might be as surprised as us when you first saw this. Cream Cheese with Yuzu? What in the world.

Yan Ting is one of Singapore’s most prestigious Cantonese restaurants. It is no surprise that their mooncakes are famous among the community as well. However, this year they have changed their focus to snow skin truffle mooncakes.

One unique flavour that really caught our eyes was their Yuzu paste with Cream Cheese Truffle Mooncake. However, the set also contains other flavours such as White Sesame Paste with Salted Peanut Truffle, Royal Milk Tea Paste with Irish Coffee Truffle and Lychee Paste with Peach Passionfruit Truffle.

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The set comes in a Resplendent Silver-Violet Glass Box with eight pieces of mooncake. It cost $90.95 and can be purchased here.

Thye Moh Chan Teowchew Mooncakes

Teochew mooncake lovers out there, freight not, we got you covered.

Established in 1943, this homegrown brand skilfully handcrafts their products using traditional baking techniques.

One flavour that caught our attention is the Teochew Double Delight, which consists of a combination of red bean paste and a “crystal” filling consisting of winter melon seeds, citrus stripes, white sesame seeds and glutinous rice.

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Another flavour people can look forward to would be the Yuan Yang with Salted Egg Yolk, which consists of Spicy Pork floss, Salted egg yolk and savoury Mung Bean paste.

Prices start from $22.80 and goes up to $60.80. So prices vary depending on which set you choose.

To order, you can visit this link. Otherwise, you can also head down to their physical stores

Honourable Mention: Bynd Artisan X Sunday Folks Bunny Mooncakes

You have probably seen it all over social media already, but if you haven’t and are into cute looking food items, look no further.

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Inside the Tugether Again Mooncake Basket contains six cute bunny-shaped mooncakes filled with white bean and yuzu zest.

Every mooncake is individually packed in vegan leather and bamboo basket made by Bynd Artisan, which is great if you want to reuse it as a picnic basket.

You can purchase the basket of mooncakes here, or at Sunday Folks (Holland Village) and their collab experience store (ION Orchard) for $88.

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