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Shortly right after the llao llao and Honey Creme craze in Singapore, a distinct pop-ups of all the various yoghurts and soft serves are hot right on their trails. Milk & Honey is one of the many that catches my attention because of their yoghurt parfaits. Well what’s yoghurt alone now, it’s too mainstream. We need something more than that, something not just only appetite whetting but also visually enticing.Milk & Honey has definitely fulfill this point. Not only do they have a variety of yoghu
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Shortly right after the llao llao and Honey Creme craze in Singapore, a distinct pop-ups of all the various yoghurts and soft serves are hot right on their trails. Milk & Honey is one of the many that catches my attention because of their yoghurt parfaits. Well what’s yoghurt alone now, it’s too mainstream. We need something more than that, something not just only appetite whetting but also visually enticing.
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Milk & Honey has definitely fulfill this point. Not only do they have a variety of yoghurt parfait to choose from, each and every one of them just looks super tempting! It’s like a yoghurt filled with ingredients layer after layer. & the choices are rather refreshing yet with a good combination of both the all time favorites such as the fruity & chocolatey flavors and rising top sellers like the royal honey. & if nothing is to your liking, you can customize your very own parfait!
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As we bought a voucher to use, so our choices were limited as we can only choose parfaits that are of a particular price. & by the time we reached there, quite a few of their ingredients were sold out, so we got to replace it with some others kind. In the end, Citrus Combo & Mango Passion fruit were our last choices. I thought that their yoghurt tasted a little special, it’s kind of like those Meji, Alive series kind of yoghurt if you get what i mean, but the frozen version. The taste is much more sourish compared to the other frozen yoghurts. Their marshmallows were not too bad, a little soft and springy and i like their use of frozen fruits, the combination was kind of nice in my point of view. & the yellow looking thing at the very top of the yoghurt tasted like a mixture of marshmallow & mua chee. Chewy yet a little soft. But to pay between $7.80-$9.80 for it, i guess it is not attractive to the point that will make me return again. In fact, it's lacking of a distinct taste that is unique to them.
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We have to admit that with so many new yet similar concept stores coming up almost all at the same time, we are really not lacking of any choices and it’s really hard to attract and ensure that the customers are willing to go back the second time.

https://poohlovesfood.wordpress.com/2015/03/21/milk-honey/ for full review with pics
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