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Soft Creme

Hong Kong is constantly introducing new and trendy ice cream shops to dessert lovers. I saved many of the places on my Foursquare list but since I was walking around Tai Hang on a scorching hot and humid day, I gave into Soft Creme which wasn’t on my list.

I’ve had a string of bad soft serves and only a few good ones so I was interested to see if Soft Creme was okay. When I saw that Soft Creme uses Hokkaido milk for their soft serve, my expectations suddenly went high. Hokkaido milk meant that it would be very creamy and milky.

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Apple Crumble Soft Serve

I’ve noticed that Hong Kong is currently going through the entire dry ice hype. Many desserts would include dry ice to enhance the presentation and the wow-factor. I was very excited when I saw how big my soft serve cup was but when I was done, I noticed that the soft serve cup was inserted into the large cup so I was actually having half of the cup’s portion of ice cream. The remaining bottom of the cup was just melted dry ice so I definitely felt ripped off.

The soft serve was not incredibly creamy but it was still relatively milky and acceptable. I’ve had worse soft serves so I didn’t chug this away.

The apples had a slight cinnamon flavour and they were very sweet and crunchy. I really liked the texture addition as well as the crumble bits inside.

 

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  1. Dreama

    Didn’t know the forum rules allowed such brlanilit posts.

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