Poop. The summer bank holiday started off with a big stomach upset... I ate too much at Mr and Mrs Hen's BBQ on Saturday. My stomach can't handle too much food at one time anymore... :(
But to lighten my stomach the next day I went out to China Town to buy noodles and also a few snacks. ¬_¬"" I'm actually looking for the Doll brand cheese flavoured noodles, so if anyone sees them, bell me! I also went out Pokémon Go hunting from China Town to Covent Garden, all the way up to St Paul's Cathedral... and from there to Tower Bridge! What a walk it was lugging around a lot of noodles and these mini mooncakes. >.<"
It's coming up to the Mid-Autumn Festival!
I'm surprised these Snowy Mini Four mooncakes 美心冰皮 (Canto: mei sam bing pei; Mando: mei xin bing pi) lasted during my long walk, well I did stop off at Starbucks just to coll down. 美心 mei sam is the name of the company. 冰皮 bing pei literally means "ice skin". In general these mooncakes are called "snow skin mooncakes". I had introduced them in an earlier post many years ago.
This year I bought two different boxes, the latter I will blog in another post. First box is called Angel and Devil 天使魔鬼 (Canto: tin si mo gwai; Mando: tian shi mo gui).
I tried out the "Devil" first. In English it's called "Devil Dark Chocolate Crunch"
I understand why it's called that. It has an indulgence of dark chocolate moulded into a mochi like sweet. Once opened you can smell the dark chocolate.
The crunch part is a tiny biscuit... The chocolate "paste" part just lingers into the mouth, whereas the skin mochi part sticks to your teeth.
It all tastes like an Oreo melting into my mouth. Yummy!
The "Angel" is called Angel Chocolate Crunch. I assume it's to resemble white chocolate. The smell of it is not as intense as the Devil but has a soft almond like biscuit smell.
The paste and skin gives off a sweet vanilla sort of taste with a touch of almond. This makes you want to eat the mooncake a little more slowly so that you can try and indulge the flavours bit by bit.
The Devil tastes the best out of the two... if I have any money leftover in the next two weeks, I think I might by a couple more of the Devil ones.
Price: £6.80 at Oriental Delights (they sold in boxes of 2 as well as 4)