FYI, the mooncakes we ate for this post and few days ago are not sponsored posts. 🙂
A colleague who is a Bee Cheng Hiang fan bought some mooncakes for the rest of us to eat. Ya, the Bak Kwa company makes mooncakes too.
We found she likes all certain shops because they give Linkpoints! (hehe… it’s true. Many people do that. I do that too sometimes. I will go to Unity instead of Guardian, because I can get Linkpoints. These points collection business do get into our heads right? sigh…. )
We realise the boxes are the same as last year’s. If we don’t want the boxes from the various mooncake shops, can we get a discount? The packaging just goes to waste right?
She knows us well. She knows most of us don’t like the salted yolks. So she bought us the traditional lotus paste version.
We thought it was not bad. Not too oily too.
It was quarters this time because we were feeling gluttony. LOL
The last one we cut them into eights. 😉
Bee Cheng Hiang outlet all over the island.
Oh, our colleague told us it’s really cheap too. $5 each for the lotus paste only version.