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2014-12-21 70 views
While the Llaollao craze is still on, a new craze has appeared: Honey Creme craze! Honey Creme is situated at 313@Somerset (near taxi stand, previously it was Gong Cha), which is on the same building with Llaollao, which also means there are currently 2 crazes at the same place!Honey Creme is originated from Taiwan, selling Korean-style soft serve ice cream as its specialty. It's been opened since like 2 months ago, and shame on me, yesterday was my first time trying it. Not because I never knew
Honey Creme is originated from Taiwan, selling Korean-style soft serve ice cream as its specialty. It's been opened since like 2 months ago, and shame on me, yesterday was my first time trying it. Not because I never knew about its existence, but I'm the type of person that would rather wait some time for the craze to subside before trying. As you know, typical Singaporeans, everything also queue. I saw some pics and videos of the queue on Instagram, and my first thought was 'don't these people have something else to do aside of queue-ing over ice cream?'. My friend told me she was in the line for an hour...WHAT!!! To me surprise, there was no long queue as I had expected. Comb Honey - $5.50
All menus here use vanilla soft-serve ice cream as the base (don't expect other flavors like chocolate, strawberry, etc.). For the Comb Honey, the ice cream is drizzled with honey. It's not my cup of tea. The honey hardened super fast one and it became sticky to my spoon until couldn't move.
Organic Cotton Candy - $5.50
Bf chose this and he's fascinated by the height of the cotton candy. I'm not really sure what's the best way to enjoy ice cream with cotton candy, but what bf did was that he finished the cotton candy first then ate the ice cream on its own haha. Honey Comb - $5.90
Don't mistaken this with the previous Comb Honey. This one is served with chewy honey comb block. Dark Chocolate - $5.50
No comment on this one. Tasted exactly like McDonald's Choco Top, just the ice cream wasn't fully covered with chocolate. Soft-serve ice cream with chocolate coating is not my kinda thing. Caramel Popcorn - $5.50
This was my most favorite among all! It was fun crunching on the popcorn while the creaminess of the ice cream entered my mouth at the same time. The caramel sauce hit the right sweetness.
Verdict : Honey Creme got the insta-genic appearance, that's it. For me, it's just another McDonald's soft-serve ice cream taken to a whole new level by adding fancy toppings on it. The shop is rather cramped, but the plus thing is that they provide free-flow hot (bf said it's more like boiled water) and cold water. End of the rant, I declare that I would rather queue-ing over Llaollao downstairs coz it's more worth it.
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