Second only to Lunar New Year, the Mid-Autumn Festival is one of the most celebrated holidays across Asia. Falling on Sept. 21 this year, it's a time for homecoming and reunions, and for those who can't be with family, to gather together and lament their homesickness. Traditions include lighting lanterns, lauding the full moon, and of course eating mooncakes.
- 2 Double Salted Egg Yolk White Lotus Seed Paste Mooncakes — The most traditional mooncake with the egg yolks representing a full moon
- 1 Chinese Green Tea Mooncake — A blend of fragrant Chinese green tea with rich white lotus paste
- 1 Black Sesame Mooncake — Filled to the brim with decadent roasted black sesame and white sesame paste
And to accompany the mooncakes is a free small packet of roasted oolong tea.
Available while supplies last.