Friday, January 06, 2012

Sunnyhills Pineapple Cakes 凤梨酥 from Taiwan

It's nearly the Lunar New Year and mum has already started baking cookies. Mum has asked us to give some to the in-laws, which have already started to eat them.

Samples have also been sent to our home by some companies. Sunnyhills has again sent some to me and I have fed them to my colleagues.

SunnyHills Pineapple Cakes

I like their brown box packaging. Similar to last year's packaging. This year they have Festive sets that are available in Box of 10 ($25), Box of 15 ($37.50) or Box of 20 ($50).

SunnyHills Pineapple Cakes

This is how the Box of 20 looks like. When you buy it, it comes with a festive label, sift card as well as a handy Festive Bag.

SunnyHills has opened up at the Raffles Hotel Arcade and if you like to give these as gifts to your family or friends, you can head down to grab some.

SunnyHills Pineapple Cakes

The Feng Li Su comes individually packed and it looks good to present to your guests.

A colleague who is a frequent flyer says he has been eating them at the Airport Lounge! So, he was very happy when I gave some to my colleagues.

SunnyHills Pineapple Cakes

The golden ingot above is made from pineapple that has been organically grown on the BaGua mountain, eggs that has been responsible local farms in Taiwan, Japanese gourmet flour and premium New Zealand butter. They are baked without additives or preservatives.

The pineapple cakes are made in Taiwan and air-flown to Singapore fresh. You can see the date it is made printed on the boxes.

SunnyHills Pineapple Cakes

If you are a sweet tooth person, you will definitely like it.
If you don't take too sweet stuff, have it with a cup of Chinese Tea, it goes perfectly.

I find it sweet, but it's the nice kind of sweet. Maybe this year's harvest of pineapple are sweeter. Another colleague who had it says it's too sweet for her. The frequent flyer colleague likes it with a sweet smile on his face. It is quite fragrant as a colleague opened the wrapper, I could smell a buttery and sweet aroma in the office.

Box of 10 - $25
Box of 15 - $37.50
Box of 20 - $50

10% off on all order of $200 and above
Free Delivery on all orders of $100 and above.
(Standard delivery fee is $8)

SunnyHills@Raffles Hotel
Raffles Hotel Arcade
Unit #03-05
328 North Bridge Road
Singapore 188719

Tel: 8522 9605

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1 comment:

Christine said...

When we went to Taiwan a few months ago, we enjoyed the fragrant pineapple cakes. They're a tad expensive, but so worth it - especially when eating them with a few cups of jasmine tea.

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