The yogurt craze has hit town.
Who/which brand has pioneered it is debatable (Tutti Fruitti? Kindori? ) & which is the best is remains an open contest (Tutti Fruitti? Kindori? Snogurt- SS15? Spoon at MV?), but seeing the wave of obsession that hit cupcakes, macarons & doughnuts, I’m pretty certain yogurt could take off in popularity just as those desserts had.
And just last weekend, I discovered another yogurt kiosk while I was Plaza Damas for desserts at the Haute Food Company. Yup, Li bakes wonderful desserts -(review HERE & HERE) & that is about all the reasons I have to head to Plaza Damas.
However, with MOO COW yogurt kiosk on the 2nd floor of Hartamas Shopping Centre, I might come here even more regularly than before! 😉
Verdict? It was really good! Somewhat creamier & less tart than it’s competitors, Moo Cow’s yogurt are fuller in body & not as “icy” or “sorbet – like“.
Meet Clifford – the guy behind Moo Cow Frozen Yogurt. He aims to open at least another 10 outlets this 2011 alone.
Clifford explained that Moo Cow’s yogurt USP (unique selling point) lies in the fact that they use live ABT culture & absolutely no powder mix, unlike its competitors. The final product is a mix of yogurt, milk & certain ‘stabilisers”. The culture used is actually a product from his own fermentation. Sugar is used very conservatively in Moo Cow’s yogurt, which currently has only 2 flavours – Original (a bit of cane sugar) & Mango (no sugar added at all).
Why 2 flavours? Well, Clifford is currently experimenting with some other fruits, but is keeping the QC (quality control) by launching only 2. Other flavours will be added gradually, and only when they have met his expectations.
Hey, as a fussy foodie myself, I can’t argue with such philosophy. 😉
Prices are very reasonable even by my scrooge standards. LOL.
Below: Additional toppings for RM1.00 only with a whole gamut of choices too.
I love the colours & set up at Moo Cow Frozen Yogurt’s kiosk. Come to think of it, it is almost like a cafe actually, with comfortable tables & chairs for patrons to rest their feet & enjoy some local, freshly made yogurt while they idly read, or just people watch. Perfect for those in need of “me time” . 😉
Moo Cow Frozen Yogurt,
2nd floor, Hartamas Shopping Centre (same floor as Rakuzen, Times Books Store)