Teh tarik is a hot milk tea beverage which can be commonly found in restaurants, outdoor stalls and kopitiams within the Southeast Asian countries like Malaysia and Singapore. Being a typical Malaysian, teh tarik is one of my favourite must order whenever I patronize mamak stalls or kopitiam. Done right, the rich, bubbly beverage is sensational and addictive.
Problems? Yes. The weather in Malaysia is always hot and humid and more often than not, I prefer chilled drinks over hot ones.
King’s Potong brings back fond nostalgic memories of the good old days where the simplest treats makes us happy. During my childhood years, Ice Cream potong is one of the after school treat that I look forward to and now I can enjoy it again.
In preserving the Malaysian food culture, King’s confectionary came out with the Potong series where you can enjoy Ice Cream potong in various traditional flavours; Red Bean, Black Glutinous Rice,Durian, Jagung and now, Teh Tarik flavour.
The teh tarik potong variant of the ice cream is based on F&N original recipe which includes 2.5g of tea dust and two tablespoon of F&N Sweetened Creamer to maintain the authentic cup of Teh Tarik. Awesome, isn’t it?
The King’s Potong multipack (6x50ml) retailed at RM6.95 per pack while loose stick (60ml) retail at RM1.30 per piece. It is available at all leading hypermarkets supermarket and even your nearest grocery outlets.
Give it a try. I did and I loved it to bits.