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Did You Know Oreo Mooncakes Exist?

This is available in different parts of Asia.
This year's mooncake festival (September 21, to be exact!) just got a little more creative and sweeter compared to your usual mooncake. Did you know that Oreo mooncakes existed? In fact, it's been available for quite some time now but these are seasonal delicacies that are ...

Eng Bee Tin Has A New Savory Mooncake On The Menu

It's mooncake season.
September isn't just the start of the Christmas season, this month we also celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival, too. This year, the Mid-Autumn Festival (aka mooncake festival) is going to happen on September 21—which is just a few weeks away.During last year's Mid-Autumn ...

LIST: Where To Order Mooncakes For The Mid-Autumn Festival

From classic fillings like lotus to a must-try version with XO sauce!
It's around this time every year that we celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival: on the 15th day of the eighth lunar month (or around September to early October in the Gregorian calendar), the moon is thought to be at its fullest and brightest. ...

Eng Bee Tin's New Ube Cheese Mooncake Is Available In Time For The Mooncake Festival

Ube and cheese fans, you should try this!
Did you know that it’s almost the mid-autumn festival? Following the Gregorian calendar, this grand holiday (also referred to as the moon festival and mooncake festival) starts on the first day of October this year, when the moon is at its brightest ...

Eng Bee Tin Has Mooncakes You Can Order To Celebrate The Upcoming Moon Festival

Prepare ahead before it runs out.
One of the biggest and grandest festivals in China is the mid-autumn festival, which is also called the moon festival as this event happens during the time of year when the moon is at its fullest and brightest. According to Chinese culture, ...

You Can Now Have Eng Bee Tin Favorites Delivered To Your Doorstep

Just in time for Chinese New Year.
In case you didn’t know, Chinese New Year is on January 25, 2019. If you’re celebrating Chinese New Year, be prepared to serve different Chinese delicacies that bring in luck for the year to come. Thankfully, you don’t have to go all the way to ...
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