Nougat – the new recipe in town to pacify your sweet tooth

Belgian chocolates are so passé and burfis so done and dusted with. So what do you do when you’ve completely run out of options for a dessert that’s original and creative and hasn’t been on the menu at every party in town? You reach out for Moon of Taj Nougats of course. A terrific and … More Nougat – the new recipe in town to pacify your sweet tooth

Delicious Wedding Desserts that aren’t Traditional Sweets

Planning for your big day but at a loss for ideas about how to make it absolutely unique? Moon of Taj offers an assortment of sweets that will add a dash of exclusivity to your wedding.  The flavours of Taiwan blends with the taste of India in each of the Moon of Taj sweets, whether … More Delicious Wedding Desserts that aren’t Traditional Sweets

Ditch the Sweets – 5 Alternatives to Wedding Return Gifts

Traditional Indian sweets have been used as wedding return gifts for ages. It is a tried and tested ritual but with so many other brilliant options available now, traditional sweets just feel very thoughtless. Once your guests come back home they’ll probably store the sweets somewhere and forget about them immediately. Your wedding day is … More Ditch the Sweets – 5 Alternatives to Wedding Return Gifts

The New Food Trend: Demand of Natural ingredients and organic foods in Sweets nearing all time high

A report recently released by a global market research firm found that over one-third of consumers worldwide carefully read food labels and the demand for all-natural ingredients is on the rise. The ‘Natural’ tag has become an important feature in helping customers make purchasing decisions. The same report also states that along with the appeal … More The New Food Trend: Demand of Natural ingredients and organic foods in Sweets nearing all time high

Qingming Festival 2017 – Food, Tea, Wine and other gifts are offered to the Departed Spirit

Qingming Jie means clear and bright in Chinese. Qingming Festival, also know as Tomb Sweeping Day is one of the 24 solar terms in the Chinese solar calendar. It is one of the most symbolic of festivals celebrated in Taiwan. Tomb Sweeping Day is held 107 days after the start of winter. This day usually falls … More Qingming Festival 2017 – Food, Tea, Wine and other gifts are offered to the Departed Spirit

Taiwan Lantern Festival – It’s time for Celebration

As an ode to the passing lunar New Year, the Taiwan Lantern Festival is celebrated with much spirit and exuberance all across the country. The festival is observed on the first full moon day of the Chinese New Year. From flamboyant folk art to thunderous firecrackers and a display of a wide array of incandescent … More Taiwan Lantern Festival – It’s time for Celebration