Bing Liang Mooncakes – Affordable Luxury Mooncakes

Last week marked the end of Term 3 and besides the sweet notes, handmade cards and little treats my students gave me for Teachers’ Day, Bing Liang sent over their mooncakes as well! That’s literally a sweet end to the term!

Instead of opting for different boxes of flavours, I had requested for a mixture of flavours of mooncakes in one box as I wanted to have a little bit of everything to sample ๐Ÿ˜› I love that this is actually an option in their site!

The mooncakes are tastefully packaged and the box can be re-purposed to keep craft materials or the kids’ trinkets. All the mooncakes are also handmade and beautifully crafted. First impressions count, and these certainly make the cut. It is also preservative free.

I requested for three flavours:

(1) green tea lotus seed

(2) red bean lotus seed

(3) pandan lotus seed

The Green Tea mooncakes use all natural and fragrant fresh Green Tea leaves from Japan. The green tea taste is not overpowering, the paste is not too sweet and I find it very refreshing. Of all the flavours, this is my personal favourite. I’m so glad I asked for two of these in my customised box of 4.

Red Bean Mooncakes are one of the most traditional types of mooncakes. They were actually the first type of mooncakes made by Bing Liang Bakery, so if you’d like a taste of tradition, this would be it.

The Pandan Mooncakes are made using real pandan leaves. With its soft and chewy pandan core filled with toasted seeds, this is my husband’s favourite. He polished off half of it in one sitting.

The Mid-Autumn Festival is coming to an end, so act fast to get your last few boxes of mooncakes for the year at a very affordable price of less than $50/box for most options. 100% handmade, preservative-free and delectable – and there’s even an option to have it delivered within 60 minutes.

Free tasting is available at:

39A Jln Pemimpin #03-01C

Singapore 577183

(5 min walk from Marymount MRT, circle line)

Operating Hours:

Everyday, 2:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Disclosure: I received a box of mooncakes for review. No monetary compensation was received. All opinions are mine. This is Post 1 of 3 in collaboration with Masons Home Decor.

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