Hong Kong MX's New Decadent Pastries Should Be On Your Wishlist!

We're drooling just at the sight of it.

Hong Kong MX brought their famous mooncakes-its popularity amongst its patrons even resulted in it being sold in the black market. They recently brought these mooncakes in the Philippines last August, but for the holidays, they're bringing more of their equally-mouthwatering pastries: Hearty Butter Pastries, Mille-Feuilles, Butter Cookies, and Eggrolls.

Hong Kong MX's Hearty Butter Pastries, Mille-Feuilles, and Butter Cookies.
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The Hearty Butter Pastries use a double-baking technique that results in sweet caramel notes, the Mille-Feuille is made with a total of 192 thin, crisp layers of hand-crafted puff pastry on a bed of almonds, and the Eggrolls that melt and crumble when it lands on the tongue.

Hong Kong MX's Trio Box and Assorted Petite Eggrolls tin can offer the classic flavor of the pastries, plus other flavors like hazelnut, macadamia, maple syrup, and chocolate.
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The Hearty Butter Pastries, Mille-Feuilles, and Butter Cookies will be available in a trio box that offers the original flavor but are also available in other flavors like hazelnut, macadamia, maple syrup, and chocolate. The Eggrolls, on the other hand, will be available in a separate Assorted Petite Eggrolls tin can that also features four of these interesting flavors.

Hong Kong MX's new pastry boxes range from P800 to P1,500, while the snack pack retails for P180. These will be available starting November 23 to January 25, 2019.

Visit Hong Kong MX's pop-up stores at SM Mall of Asia and Chinatown or have your orders delivered via Lazada, Grab, or GoEat.

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