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‘For the Durian Lover’ Box

$25.65 $23.50
4 Different Durian Snacks for the Durian Lover Indulgence
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Haitai Mat Dong San (Korea Traditional Peanuts Cookies) 300g

$7.95 $4.95
Directly Imported from Korea This crunchy Korean peanut cookie is most Koreans grew up with. They’re called Matdongsan (맛동산) cookies, and were created in 1975 by the Haitai company. It’s a fried cookie covered in a light coating of sticky syrup. They are crunchy, nutty, sweet and irresistible. You will not believe such a delicious thing existed in the world after your first try. A lot of Koreans agree, and many of us grew up eating Matdongsan cookies.
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Taiwan Dajia Stirred Noodles (Bean Sauce)
台灣大甲乾麵 (炸醬)

$2.95 $1.95
Seventy years of old taste, you can eat at home. The story of five generations of heritage. In 1949, Lao Deng, who came to Taiwan by crossing the sea to Taiwan, made his fortune from the small straw shed in the Dongmen Market. For 70 years, the fifth generation has inherited Lao Deng’s home flavor and refined many signature Sichuan-style dishes. This year, he has been calling for the launch of Lao Deng Dandan. The thick sesame sauce is made by heavy roasting and grinding with traditional methods. The fragrant sesame sauce has a rich taste. It is mixed with secret recipe, carefully refined with a variety of peppers, Dahongpao pepper powder and various spices. The taste is smooth and spicy, and every bite is a nostalgic hometown flavor. This is sold in individual packet.
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Taiwan Dajia Noodles (Mala)
台灣大甲乾麵 (麻辣)

$2.95 $1.95
Seventy years of old taste, you can eat at home. The story of five generations of heritage. In 1949, Lao Deng, who came to Taiwan by crossing the sea to Taiwan, made his fortune from the small straw shed in the Dongmen Market. For 70 years, the fifth generation has inherited Lao Deng’s home flavor and refined many signature Sichuan-style dishes. This year, he has been calling for the launch of Lao Deng Dandan. The thick sesame sauce is made by heavy roasting and grinding with traditional methods. The fragrant sesame sauce has a rich taste. It is mixed with secret recipe, carefully refined with a variety of peppers, Dahongpao pepper powder and various spices. The taste is smooth and spicy, and every bite is a nostalgic hometown flavor. This is sold in individual packet.
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Taiwan Dajia Noodles (Original)
台灣大甲乾麵

$2.95 $1.95
Seventy years of old taste, you can eat at home. The story of five generations of heritage. In 1949, Lao Deng, who came to Taiwan by crossing the sea to Taiwan, made his fortune from the small straw shed in the Dongmen Market. For 70 years, the fifth generation has inherited Lao Deng’s home flavor and refined many signature Sichuan-style dishes. This year, he has been calling for the launch of Lao Deng Dandan. The thick sesame sauce is made by heavy roasting and grinding with traditional methods. The fragrant sesame sauce has a rich taste. It is mixed with secret recipe, carefully refined with a variety of peppers, Dahongpao pepper powder and various spices. The taste is smooth and spicy, and every bite is a nostalgic hometown flavor. This is sold in individual packet.
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SauTao Noodle King (Wonton Soup Flavour)
壽桃生麵王鮮蝦雲吞味

$3.80 $2.95
Wonton Noodles is a famous local food in Hong Kong. Sautao, a famous noodles manufacture in Hong Kong create an instant version of the very popular Wonton noodle. It taste exactly like the taste of original flavour from the street of Hong Kong.
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Dried Beancurd (Back Papper)
老滷豆干 (黑胡椒)

$3.99 $3.35
What's a healthier alternative to potato chips? These dried beancurb! Soybean is a good source of protein, has zero cholesterol, and makes for one great snack. These tradition snacks manufactured with the traditional method to create the original taste.
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Dried Beancurd (Pepper)
老滷香辣豆干

$3.99 $3.35
What's a healthier alternative to potato chips? These dried beancurb! Soybean is a good source of protein, has zero cholesterol, and makes for one great snack. These tradition snacks manufactured with the traditional method to create the original taste.
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Dried Beancurd (Mala)
老滷麻辣薄片

$3.99 $3.35
What's a healthier alternative to potato chips? These dried beancurb! Soybean is a good source of protein, has zero cholesterol, and makes for one great snack. These tradition snacks manufactured with the traditional method to create the original taste.
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Akai Bohshi Purple Box (17 pcs)

$22.35
YUGAWARA. Let’s face it. There’s no sweeter gift than a box of assorted cookies. And the good folks at Tivoli, headquartered in the Kanagawa hot spring town of Yugawara, know this well. They’ve been specializing in producing gift boxes of assorted cookies for over 50 years. It contain seven kind of luxury cookies and total of 17 pcs: RED HAT : 2pcs Rose patterned shortbread cookie rich in butter flavor topped with hat-shaped chocolate cream carefully baked twice. STRAWBERRY COOKIE : 2pcs Flower-shaped strawberry flavored cookie topped with sweet-and-sour strawberry flakes. NUTS BERRY HEART : 2pcs Light touch langue-de-chat cookie coated with white chocolate that is easy to melt in the mouth, topped with a raspberry and pieces of almond and pistachio. CHOCO CRUNCH : 2pcs Flower-shaped chocolate cookie topped with diced pistachios. WHITE CHOCO BALL (APPLE FLAVOR) : 5pcs Bite-sized ball-shaped crispy cookie thickly coated by apple flavored chocolate. MILK ROLL : 2pcs Cigar-shaped thin rolled cookie of langue-de-chat dough mixed with a lot of milk and butter. VANILLA ALMOND : 2pcs Deeply baked Almond slices of good texture with nougat on a boat-shaped wafer with good aroma.
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Taiwan Sachima (Salted Egg)
徐福記沙琪瑪 (鹹蛋黃)

$5.95
Sachima. Its decoration and flavor vary in different regional Chinese cuisine, but the appearance of all versions is essentially the same. It is made of fluffy strands of fried batter bound together with a stiff sugar syrup.
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Beng-Beng

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Beng-Beng is a household name in Indonesian. A favourite nostalgic childhood snack, Beng-Beng Share it is suitable as a daily snack when gathering with family. Chocolate wafers with crispy rice wrapped in sweet and delicious chocolate, Beng-Beng Share it is in a practical pouch pack carried everywhere.
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Danish Monde Original Pie

$3.95
The famous Danish Monde Butter Cookies are unbelievably crispy and taste extraordinarily nice. It has a superbly rich butter aroma wafting. The irresistible taste of buttery-flavor will satisfy most butter cookies lovers.
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Danish Monde Original Pie (Strawberry)

$3.95
The famous Danish Monde Butter Cookies are unbelievably crispy and taste extraordinarily nice. It has a superbly rich butter aroma wafting. The irresistible taste of buttery-flavor will satisfy most butter cookies lovers and now comes with strawberry jam.
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Meiji Chelsea Scotch Assort

$5.30
This is one of Japan's best selling  candy, for a good reason! It is a Scottish style Butterscotch Candies Assortment in Butter, Yogurt and Coffee flavors.
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Taiwan Famous Temple Noodles
東北關廟麵

$9.75
Guanmiao Noodles is a famous handmade noodle in Guanmiao District, Tainan City. 

It is called the "Three Treasures of Guanmiao" together with pineapple and bamboo shoots. 
This noodle was served on the table and became a local specialty under the name of "Guanmiao Noodle" after its huge popularity. 
The noodle making process requires a lot of labor
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Fried Fish with Peanuts
盛香珍 小魚干花生

$6.75
This is a perfect Good condiment for friends gathering and drinking.  A superb classic of dried fish and peanuts from Taiwan  
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Salted Egg Yolk Cookie
北海道 鹹蛋黃酥餅

$4.95
A mouthful of salted egg yolk is the perfect description of this cookies This lovingly freshly baked cookies are with explosive flavours – first the graininess of  real salted eggs, followed by a hint of sweetness of butter. Truly amazing.
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Taiwan Sun Cakes
台灣太陽餅

$9.75
Suncake, or taiyang bing, is a popular Taiwanese dessert originally from the city of Taichung, Taiwan. The typical fillings consist of maltose (condensed malt sugar). They are usually sold in special gift boxes as souvenirs for visitor and some famous suncake pastry shops always have long lines of people waiting to buy boxed suncakes. Suncakes are round, and they may vary in size. They are characterized by flaky crusts. Most people eat them with Chinese tea, and some people dissolve them in hot water to make a porridge-like dessert.
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Thasiam Famous Boat Noodle from Thailand (Spicy Herbs Soup)

$4.95
If you love Thai food, familiarize yourself with the famous rich Thai noodle soup that’s been sold from boats on Bangkok canals for the better part of a century. It’s a little-known fact that Bangkok was once called the Venice of the East. During the nineteenth century, the city was home to a system of expansive canals (called klongs) that connected houses, temples, and public spaces. Boating was the most common form of transportation for both people and commerce. At one point, there were more floating markets than land-based ones! Bangkok’s transport system shifted to roads at the turn of the twentieth century, but some of the foods that originated within the canal lifestyle have survived. Perhaps the most famous of these is boat noodles, a small but rich pho-like dish served with fresh bean sprouts, Thai basil, crispy pork skin, and a row of condiments. Now there is a "Instant" version which you can taste at the comfort of your own home.
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Thasiam Famous Boat Noodle from Thailand (Spicy Sauce)

$4.95
If you love Thai food, familiarize yourself with the famous rich Thai noodle soup that’s been sold from boats on Bangkok canals for the better part of a century. It’s a little-known fact that Bangkok was once called the Venice of the East. During the nineteenth century, the city was home to a system of expansive canals (called klongs) that connected houses, temples, and public spaces. Boating was the most common form of transportation for both people and commerce. At one point, there were more floating markets than land-based ones! Bangkok’s transport system shifted to roads at the turn of the twentieth century, but some of the foods that originated within the canal lifestyle have survived. Perhaps the most famous of these is boat noodles, a small but rich pho-like dish served with fresh bean sprouts, Thai basil, crispy pork skin, and a row of condiments. Now there is a "Instant" version which you can taste at the comfort of your own home.
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Thasiam Famous Boat Noodle from Thailand (Sukiyaki)

$4.95
If you love Thai food, familiarize yourself with the famous rich Thai noodle soup that’s been sold from boats on Bangkok canals for the better part of a century. It’s a little-known fact that Bangkok was once called the Venice of the East. During the nineteenth century, the city was home to a system of expansive canals (called klongs) that connected houses, temples, and public spaces. Boating was the most common form of transportation for both people and commerce. At one point, there were more floating markets than land-based ones! Bangkok’s transport system shifted to roads at the turn of the twentieth century, but some of the foods that originated within the canal lifestyle have survived. Perhaps the most famous of these is boat noodles, a small but rich pho-like dish served with fresh bean sprouts, Thai basil, crispy pork skin, and a row of condiments. Now there is a "Instant" version which you can taste at the comfort of your own home.
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Thasiam Famous Boat Noodle from Thailand (Yen Tofu Soup)

$4.95
If you love Thai food, familiarize yourself with the famous rich Thai noodle soup that’s been sold from boats on Bangkok canals for the better part of a century. It’s a little-known fact that Bangkok was once called the Venice of the East. During the nineteenth century, the city was home to a system of expansive canals (called klongs) that connected houses, temples, and public spaces. Boating was the most common form of transportation for both people and commerce. At one point, there were more floating markets than land-based ones! Bangkok’s transport system shifted to roads at the turn of the twentieth century, but some of the foods that originated within the canal lifestyle have survived. Perhaps the most famous of these is boat noodles, a small but rich pho-like dish served with fresh bean sprouts, Thai basil, crispy pork skin, and a row of condiments. Now there is a "Instant" version which you can taste at the comfort of your own home.
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Pepper Hot Pot Flavour Rice Crust
傻二哥藤椒火鍋味鍋巴

$4.95
A very trending snacks in Asia Crispy rice crisps with pepper hot pot flavour which similar to mala.