Practically everyone knows that there is nothing more awesome then something cold and refreshing... say... maybe a nice ice cream 'potong' that Malaysia is famous for, on a hot sweltering day... and most Malaysians can never seem to resist Teh Tarik, one of the most beloved beverage in Malaysia...
King’s Potong has always been synonymous with preserving Malaysian food culture and giving Malaysians the chance to enjoy their favourite dessert in the form of ice cream such as Red Bean, Black Glutinous Rice, Durian, Cempedak and Yam flavours. King’s Potong is known for its delicious homemade flavor with real coconut milk.
King’s Potong recently, in collaboration F&N Sweetened Creamer has launched the Teh Tarik variant of ice cream 'potong'. The King’s Potong Teh Tarik variant is based on F&N’s original recipe, which includes 2.5g of tea dust and two tablespoons of F&N Sweetened Creamer to maintain the authentic taste of a cup of Teh Tarik. Now enjoying Teh Tarik will never the same again especially when it’s on a frozen stick.
My daughter and I were all curious as to how a frozen teh tarik would taste like... but once we started... it was hard to stop.....
My daughter is not exactly a huge fan of tea and nor is she a fan of very sweet stuff , but she really loved this ice cream, saying it was just right in sweetness and taste... so that is how good it is....
“With King’s Potong’s latest Teh Tarik version, ‘Jom Teh Tarik’ can be enjoyed anywhere at your convenience as long as you have a freezer. It can be at your office or even at home,” said Mr Michael Loh, General Manager of F&N Creameries (M) Sdn Bhd
You can get the King’s Potong multipack (6 x 60ml) for just RM6.95 per pack while the loose sticks (60ml) are selling RM1.30 per piece (inclusive of 6% GST). The King’s Potong various flavours are available at all leading hypermarkets, supermarkets, and even at your nearest grocery outlets.
How's that for a treat that does not burst the budget...
some new flavours. looks goodReplyDelete
not only looks good.... taste good tooDelete
teh tarik + popsicle, i should try this!!ReplyDelete
--> a fan of teh tarik..haha :p
You should... it is yummy...Delete
Wow! I don't know they even have teh tarik flavour. Now I can let my foreign friends to give it a try. =)ReplyDelete
I was skeptical about it myself but after trying... it was really sooo yummyDelete
wow!!! Teh Tarik Flavour!!! I wan to try !!ReplyDelete
must try!! I love it... my daughter love it tooDelete
amboi gaya makan cik adik ni makes me wanna go buy this popsicle now tooReplyDelete
hahahah..... I can hardly take pictures of myself eating popsicle... she makes a cuter model...Delete
I love to drink teh tarik but never try the ice cream before. Will get a box to try out.ReplyDelete
you and your angels will love itDelete
Woot! Interesting flavor heh! hahaha maybe i should buy one box to try out!ReplyDelete
opps Teh Tarik looks delicious and interesting to taste it! I love red beans and jagung popsicles =DReplyDelete
now here's an interesting one.. teh tarik popsicle! its a wonder why no one came up with this idea previously..ReplyDelete
well, better late then never, so go try it out lahDelete
I like potong ice cream, not yet try this flavor, will check it out :)ReplyDelete
I love their durian and red bean flavours so I'll need to try their teh tarik flavour now!ReplyDelete
yaaaayyy... always fun and exciting trying something new... I love durian and red bean too (even though at other times I hate beans) LOLDelete
teh tarik always hot!
now i can have it cold & cool!
that rhymes!! heheheehDelete
Have you tried putting a fresh mamak teh tarik in the freezer ? Tastes almost similar lolReplyDelete
I don't drink tea tarik. But I saw this is selling at supermarket now. Thanks for the review.ReplyDelete
Never try this potong before and I wondering how is the taste too.ReplyDelete