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Hong Kong and Macau’s top Mid Autumn Festival offers

Is the typhoon coming or not? Even if it doesn’t, we’d still be tempted to squirrel ourselves away indoors with all of these luxurious Mid Autumn Festival alcohol-shaped offers.

Hong Kong’s city folk are embracing the short four-day week that culminates with the day after the Mid Autumn Festival where everyone stands about gazing at the moon and then wolfing down plenty of mooncakes, and generally fairly stodgy family dinners.

With an increase in general wine consumption and an abundance of Mid Autumn alcoholic festival gifts from hotels, restaurants and wine retailers, we bring a round up of some of the most luxurious Mid Autumn Festival wine deals out there this year.

Happy Mid Autumn Festival!

Intercontinental Grand Stanford, Hong Kong

For all whisky fans out there: The Intercontinental Grand Stanford has teamed up with specialist whisky shop, Caskells and created a selection of ‘single malt’ chocolate mooncakes. Taste your way around the globe with these boozy bites filled with Glengoyne Cask Strength from Scotland, Kavalan Solist Ex-Bourbon Cask from Taiwan and Mars Komagatake from Japan.

HK$438 per box of three. 

The Intercontinental Grand Stanford, 70 Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Kowloon, Hong Kong; 2721 5161

Grand Hyatt, Hong Kong

What do you give the person who has everything? Well you can bet your bottom Hong Kong dollar that not even the most organised of Mid Autumn Festival revellers will have a ready supply of two types of tea (Jasmine and Tikuanyin), fried cashew nuts and caramelised walnuts, homemade XO chilli sauce, Grand Hyatt chocolates and ‘seasonal fruits’ in their cupboards. Plus a bottle of Chateau Pey La Tour and of course, a box of Grand Hyatt traditional mooncakes.

So give them this giant hamper with all of the above and make them very happy.

HK$ 2,888 net per hamper

Grand Hyatt, 1 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, 2588 1234

Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong

Have potential in-laws to impress this festival? The premium mooncake hamper from the Ritz Carlton combines eight mini egg custard mooncakes, flower mushrooms, Tin Lung Heen XO sauce, Tin Lung Heen walnuts, a 24-piece chocolate gift box, an eight piece macaroon gift box, homemade cookies, vintage Puerh tea and lashings of wine in the form of Veuve Clicquot Brut, Château Lalande Borie St. Julien and Pouilly Fume Domaine Laporte.

HK$3,288 per hamper.

Ritz-Carlton, International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road West, Kowloon, Hong Kong; 2263 2270


Dynasty 8, Conrad, Macau

The Conrad Macau’s award-winning restaurant is offering its gift hamper until 18 September which features “exquisite delicacies from the sea” such as dried abalone, dry sea conch, flower mushrooms and dried scallops, along with a bottle of red wine, four moon cakes, gourmet chocolate and even a Conrad bear.

MOP 5,888 per hamper.

Dynasty 8, Level 1, Conrad Macau, Sands Cotai, Macau; +853 8113 8920

Wine High Club, Hong Kong

Hong Kong premium online retail store Wine High Club is championing Dom Perignon 2006 this year at an extremely wallet-friendly price of HK$950. And what’s better than one bottle of Dom Perignon 2006! Six bottles! All at HK$900 for purchases of six bottles and above. Even if the typhoon doesn’t strike this weekend, it’s a perfect excuse to cancel all plans and stay indoors.

HK$950 per bottle or HK$900 per bottle for orders of six and above.




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