Sweet Chills Malaysia – another froyo option

Other than burgers, breads and cakes, another item I blogged consistently about is frozen yogurt, or froyo, as it’s more popularly known.

Moo Cow is one of my default choice when the craving strikes, but with the many new options and outlets popping up, I try to sample each and everyone of them for comparison.

Just today I had the chance to sample Sweet Chills; as I was in Berjaya Times Square (a place I avoid under normal circumstances) for a meeting.

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Needing a pick-me-up on a tiring Friday afternoon, I walked into Sweet Chills and helped myself to all of their 4 available flavours.

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I started with the Raspberry, since I’m fond of fruits. Not a good choice, as it was saccharinely sweet and there wasn’t much of any raspberry flavour at all.

Opting for the original next, since the original would rightfully be the basis for judgement, I took a cautionary lick of the spoon and hoped that it would be good.

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Thankfully it was alright, “frosty” as low yat froyos are normally like, and not overly sweet.
However, I’ll still stay loyal to Moo Cow for now. Somehow, Sweet Chills lacked the “little creaminess” that Moo Cow seems to have, though both are low fat.

My Original Sweet Chills – RM5.40 – 120g.

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However, I must say the Cookies and Cream as well as the Double Chocolate flavour is pretty good here! That would be my choice the next round if I’m at Sweet Chills again.

Below: Same concept as Tutti Frutti. Mix the flavours if you wish.

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Prices starts from RM4.90/100g. No minimum or maximum choice of toppings as you pay accordingly to weight. So if you add a lot of toppings, it’s all charged at RM4.90/100g.

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Gummy Bears! 🙂

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While Moo Cow is produced locally, Sweet Chills frozen yogurt is made from the milk of the “Happiest Cows” on earth which are raised in Southern California. Left to graze freely under the warm sun, life is good for the “Happiest Cows” on earth, thus producing better milk?

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Anyhow, here’s the history:

Sweet Chills has been a leader in the yogurt and soft serve industry for over 20 years. All Sweet Chills yogurt contain the Live and Active Culture Seal and meet or exceed the requirement. Quality is a priority at Sweet Chills. Sweet Chills demand that each and every serving of our premium frozen yogurt be made with only the finest and freshest ingredients. –> Sounds good!

Sweet Chills is proud to offer over thirty flavors of high quality premium frozen yogurt. (Not all in Malaysia!)

We have a variety of Non-Fat, Low-Fat No Sugar Added, Tart frozen yogurt and Sorbets for your pleasure. Our products are Kosher and Sweet Chills Frozen Yogurt meets and exceeds the requirements set forth by the National Yogurt Association and we are proud to display the Live and Active Cultures seal on our products. –> All the accreditation does lends a lot of credibility to the brand somewhat right? 

So have any of you tried Sweet Chills? Opinions? Better than the others?

Berjaya Times Square KL (Lot No. LG 18-05)
1, Jalan Imbi,
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Daily: 10.00am – 10.30pm

This Post Has 15 Comments

    1. rebeccasaw

      Go get some Qatar ice cream! What brands they got there? Any froyo?

      1. Akulah Pak Lan

        No time to go. Stuck from morning until midnight. Have to work during weekend also. No rest at all. Just come cross to see BR at the roadside when in taxi come back to hotel

      2. rebeccasaw

        OMG.. they really making sure they get their moneys’worth for sending you there.. oh dear!

      3. Akulah Pak Lan

        Now you know why the give me that particular amount of allowance. haha

  1. Simple Person

    i am sure this business is good..
    lot’s of shop selling yoghurt is coming up..

    1. rebeccasaw

      Yes! Lots..and all doing well actually. Imagine the business!

  2. The Yum List

    I love frozen yoghurt. I would like to see how the cows are really kept though – “happy cows”? Are the cows free roaming grass fed? I wonder…

    1. rebeccasaw

      It does sounds like that right? I wonder if the people behind Sweet Chills will have an open day for fans to visit & learn about their philosophy behind the brand.
      Anyhow, happy cows definitely means well fed and taken care of cows!

  3. Sean

    Sweet chills is doing quite well, I think! Their branch at Publika always seems to have at least one customer standing and buying fro-yo! I guess the interest in this dessert is still relatively strong!

    1. rebeccasaw

      Haha.. wait til Moo Cow opens!
      I’m there in the early afternoons on weekends and it’s empty most of the time though. Maybe biz picks up in the evenings!

  4. June

    yeah by far mine too is moo cow just love it . i love the original and wheatgrass . but now no more wheatgrass available other flavor are .

    1. rebeccasaw

      Those monthly special flavours – some are so good. I hope they will be featured again!

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