Gluten Free Vegan Mooncake Gift Set
Completely plant based.
Made with Gluten-Free Ingredients.
NO Cholesterol, NO trans fat, NO sugar added.
Eco friendly packaging. Wrapped in Furoshiki for gifting.
What is in the Gift box?
- 3 types of Mooncakes + 3 jars of drink mixes (2 teas)
- 3pc Chocolate Cookie Dough Mooncake with Organic Raspberries (50g)
- 3pc Matcha Cookie Dough Mooncake with Sprouted Macadamia (50g)
- 3pc Stone Ground Black Sesame Mooncake (50g)
- 1 jar Golden Latte Mix (20g)
- 1 jar Organic Cinnamon Rose Tea (10g)
- 1 jar Organic Blue Sage and Lavender Tea (5g)
Chocolate Cookie Dough Mooncake with Organic Raspberries: Mooncake
Sprouted Cashews, Coconut nectar*, Almonds, Vegan Chocolate (Raw Cane Sugar, Vegetable Oil, Soy Flour, Cocoa Powder (8%), Emulsifiers (Sunflower Lecithin, E476), Natural Vanilla Flavour. ** Heat Treated), Gluten Free Flour Mix (rice, tapioca and potato), thickener (xanthan gum)), Cacao Powder, Filtered Water, A-Kissing Tree Raspberries*, Golden Flax*, Himalayan Crystal Salt, Vanilla Extract*, (*Organic)
Matcha Cookie Dough Mooncake with Sprouted Macadamia
Sprouted Cashews, Coconut nectar*, Gluten Free Flour Mix (rice, tapioca and potato), thickener (xanthan gum)), Almonds, Sprouted Macadamia Nuts, Green Tea Powder*, Coconut Cream Powder*, Filtered Water, Golden Flax*, Himalayan Crystal Salt, (*Organic)
Stone Ground Black Sesame Mooncake
Okinawa Emperor Turmeric (Okinawa Prefecture)
- A special turmeric containing 22 times tetrahydrocurcumin as compared with ordinary autumn turmeric
Sugar Cane (from Okinawa Prefecture)
- Plants representing Okinawa, including minerals such as potassium
Ginger (from Kochi Prefecture)
- Spice containing ginger which warms body from core
Organic Cinnamon Rose Tea (10g)
Organic Sage and Lavender Blue Tea (5g)
HOW TO SERVE
This is a powdered drink that you can easily make and enjoy for both health and beauty. This is suitable for those who are looking to detox as well as calm down any inflammation in the body. It's a great addition to add into your smoothies as well!
How to Drink
Add the whole jar (20g) in 300ml hot or cold milk/mylk of your choice. You can also add cinnamon, black pepper as these ingredients in conjunction with turmeric will help your body to absorb the vitamins and nutrients better
HOW TO BREW
Organic Cinnamon Rose Tea
Steep the tea for 5 minutes in 300ml of hot water and serve. The tea has a mild sweet flavor from the cinnamon and also tastes good when it is served cold.
Organic Blue Sage and Lavender Tea (5g)
Steep the tea for 3 minutes in 300ml of hot water and serve. The tea will have a light blue color from the butterfly pea flower. This is a refreshing tea and will also taste good when it is served cold.
How to order?
Place an online by the 6th of September 2019.
We will deliver this to you Between 2-13 September, 2019 (Please select the delivery date upon checkout)
You can combine with other products as well - we will deliver all items together
Do you want to send this as a gift? We can add a note too! Please email us on email@example.com with your message!
How long is the shelf life for the mooncake?
3 weeks from production in the refrigerator.
What are mooncakes?
Mooncakes are traditional Chinese pastries usually consumed during the Mid-Autumn Festival, which is held on 15th Aug in Chinese calendar and typically involves families gathering together to share mooncakes during moon watching.
Mooncakes were said to originate from Yuen Dynasty, revolution arised so as to overthrow the tyranny. On 15th August (in Chinese calendar), people left paper messages inside the cakes and exchange them with one another to keep contact. Later on, people kept this habit and celebrate.
In traditional Chinese culture, roundness symbolises completeness and togetherness; a full moon symbolises prosperity and reunion for the whole family. Round mooncakes complement the harvest moon in the night sky at the Mid-Autumn Festival.
Obviously, the mooncake is not just 'food', but also has a profound meaning deep in the Chinese's hearts, symbolizing a spiritual feeling. At Mid-Autumn Festival people eat mooncakes together with their family, or present mooncakes to relatives or friends, to express love and best wishes.
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