Entries from June 2009 ↓

Starbucks’ New Coffee Jelly Frappuccino

Coffee Jelly Frappuccino
Coffee Jelly Frappuccino

Starbucks has reintroduced Coffee Jelly Frappuccino which was introduced previously. This time around, the jellies are bigger but softer. You can even suck the jelly out using the straw.

The new Coffee Jelly Frappuccino is amazingly delicious and is a great drink anytime. Retailing at RM 16.00 for Venti, Coffee Jelly Frappuccino like any seasonal drink is only available for a limited time.

McCafe’s Mochaccino

McCafe's Mochaccino
McCafe’s Mochaccino

McCafe’s, McDonald’s very own cafe are only available in 15 countries worldwide and I had the opportunity to drop by one in Singapore. So, I ordered a Mochaccino because I’m expecting coffee art. However, unlike the ones I saw on other blogs, the Mochaccino I ordered from Wisma Atria’s branch does not have any coffee art. Disappointed, but I thought the coffee is quite lovely. In fact, Mochaccino is not merely coffee, it’s espresso coffee mixed with chocolate and frothy milk. Pretty good, I would say.

Retailing SGD $3.95 at McCafe in Singapore.

Nescafe’s Nesfrappe Macchiato & Nesfrappe Cafe Latte

Nescafe has introduced Nesfrappe more than a year ago in the UK with Classic Chilled Latte and Mocha Chilled Latte flavor. Now, Nescafe has introduced Nesfrappe with two new flavors — Macchiato and Cafe Latte. Nesfrappe is brewed coffee that uses 100% 100% Arabica coffee and fresh semi-skimmed milk which keep the drink so good.

Nescafe's Nesfrappe Macchiato
Nescafe’s Nesfrappe Macchiato

Nescafe's Nesfrappe Cafe Latte
Nescafe’s Nesfrappe Cafe Latte

Nesfrappe Macchiato is amazingly tasty with a deeper coffee taste as compared to Cafe Latte. Cafe Latte is slightly sweeter while both these drinks are just delicious. And best of all, they are low in fat!

Nesfrappe are imported from Korea. Retailing at SGD $3.40 ~ SGD $3.80 at Cold Storage/7-Eleven outlets in Singapore.