Old Family Traditions, New Sweets

In India, we love our sweets. Be it any festival like Diwali, Rakhi, Eid and Holi or occasions like weddings, birthdays and baby showers, you can never go wrong with the age old tradition of gifting sweets. For a country that invented the art of refining sugar some thousands of years ago, this really doesn’t come as a surprise. In fact, ask any Indian family and they’ll have at least a few good memories and stories associated with moti chut ke laddoo, kaju katli, chum chum and coconut barfi (aren’t these all simply mouth watering). Therefore, the custom of giving and receiving sweets isn’t simply a trifling token but one that carries a lot of emotional significance.

For a country that’s almost obsessed with its sweets, there certainly isn’t a dearth of varieties available. But if you’re looking to gift a box of delicious offerings and want to move away from the more common laddoos and barfis that swarm the marketplace then look no further than Moon of Taj, an assortment of Taiwanese sweets adapted for Indian tastes.

Moon of Taj –  making the mood of every occasion sweeter and better

Moon of Taj is a one-of-a-kind confectionary and the one receiving it is certainly bound to appreciate that you put in a lot of thought behind the present. Right from the sourcing of ingredients to the final packaging, each single piece of Moon of Taj sweet is created with utmost care and attention to detail. This warmth and effort, distinctly reflects in the unique taste of the sweets. With the delightful mingling of flavours from Taiwan and India, two Asian countries renowned for their cuisine, Moon of Taj is all about providing a whole new take to the old and much loved Indian tradition.


The variety that overwhelms your sweet tooth

So for the most exclusive gifting option, there are two collections of delicacies to choose from— Moon of Taj Nougat and Taiwanese Fruit Tart. The Moon of Taj Nougat is an innovation inspired by the nougat milk candies which are famous in Taiwan. Each Nougat is made with the finest quality of skimmed milk powder, desi ghee and handpicked almonds imported from California and then wrapped in a gold film, which not only lends it a royal look but also provides safety. Nougats are loved for their soft, chewy texture which melts in the mouth and the Moon of Taj Nougat is no different. This delectable dessert from Taiwan now makes way into the hearts of all Indian families.

The Taiwanese Fruit Tarts come in a range of rich combination of flavours— Latte & Butter, Green Tea & Mango, Cheese & Pineapple and Chocolate & Orange. The masterchefs at Moon of Taj have come up this wonderful blend of ingredients in order to create a truly exceptional and gratifying dessert experience. The fruity essence of the tarts hint at the typical Taiwanese flavours and make for a very singular taste that would pleasantly surprise the one receiving the Moon of Taj gift. The offering of tarts is a common practice in various ceremonies in Taiwan and Moon of Taj allows you to blend this ritual with the endearing Indian tradition of presenting sweets.

So next time, when you are looking to buy sweets for a special occasion, you know you have plenty of options available that will add a delightful twist to your offerings!

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