Friday, February 6, 2015

JWEL Ice Cream Review!

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In this post, I will be doing a review on all flavored JWEL Ice Cream.

 Thanks F&N Creameries Malaysia, I have gotten 10 pieces of ice cream on my hand!

So, here's the simple review on how I think about each and every one of them.
From the outer layer, basically are all the almond-flecked chocolate coats which are crunchy and crispy, perfectly matches each and every flavored, aren't too sweet nor milky. 

The Baron of the Black Forest
Overall is a bit too sweet when it comes with a bite of both core and coat. A slight heavy on the taste of cherry that comes with a little sourness, for non-cherry lover wouldn't fancy on this stick. 

The Duke of Vanilla
This is my favorite among all. The most compatible partners! The vanilla scent fully spread in the entire mouth, comes with the perfect blend of crispy chocolate coat at the first bite. It didn't cause any queasiness for the post tasting, leaving with fresh milky feeling in the throat.

The Duchess of Double Chocolate
It's milky instead of being over-chocolicious, overall sweetness is just fine, without causing any greasiness on the throat or even after taste.
The Earl of Caramel
Every ingredients work so well with the combination both sweetness (chocolate coat) and bitterness (caramel). The core itself tasted a bit like coffee.

The Countess of Tiramisu
The Tiramisu taste is quite heavy yet it's just like a perfect twins that absolute compatible with the chocolate coat, without being too sweet. Some of the Tiramisu beverages may cause some sort of exhausted feeling on the after-taste, but this stick won't.

RM 3.50 per stick 
RM 13.80 for a multi-pack of 4 sticks 
*available at selected leading hypermarkets and supermarkets nationwide.

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