Entries from August 2010 ↓
August 28th, 2010 — Coffee
Tags: 3-in-1, Hong Kong, Instant coffee, Japan, Japanese, UCC, UCC Sumiyaki
UCC Sumiyaki 3-in-1 Coffee Mix
UCC Sumiyaki 3-in-1 Coffee Mix are delightful as it uses traditional Japanese charcoal roasting and blending technology. You can enjoy a rich, flavorful and satisfying great taste of UCC Sumiyaki 3-in-1 coffee.
UCC Sumiyaki 3-in-1 Coffee Mix comes in 10 sachets
Retailing at HKD 29.60 in Hong Kong Taste supermarkets.
August 21st, 2010 — Coffee
Tags: 3-in-1, Hong Kong, Instant coffee, Nescafe, Nescafe Home Cafe
Nescafe Home Cafe
Nescafe Home Cafe 3-in-1 is an intense and sublime coffee featuring the refined and robust taste and aroma of top quality coffee beans. This exquisite coffee blend is complemented with seductively rich chocolate flavor notes and an extra-creamy and smooth texture. Clearly, it is for the coffee connoisseurs who seek the ultimate coffee experience anytime, anywhere.
Nescafe Home Cafe comes in 8 sachets
Available in Hong Kong Taste for HKD 29.90.
August 3rd, 2010 — Cafe, Coffee
Tags: Coffee Jelly Frappuccino, Coffee tasting, Frappuccino, Malaysia, Starbucks, Summer
Starbucks Coffee Jelly Frappuccino is back for Summer 2010 in Malaysia since it was introduced in 2008 and 2009.
Coffee Jelly Frappuccino
The 2010 version of Coffee Jelly Frappuccino has more textured and hence not as chunky as the previous versions. It is also less sweet and has stronger coffee aroma.
Caramel Jelly Frappuccino
There will also be a version of Caramel Jelly Frappuccino (without coffee) for non-coffee drinkers.
Starbucks Coffee Jelly Frappuccino is available at all Starbucks outlets in Malaysia starting from August 3, 2010 just in time for Ramadan. It is only available for a limited time.
August 1st, 2010 — Cafe, Coffee
Tags: Espresso, Espresso Mocha, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Mocha, Pacific Coffee, Pacific Coffee Company, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur
Pacific Coffee Company which originates from Hong Kong has opened up two stores in Malaysia — IOI Boulevard and Pavilion Kuala Lumpur recently. Like its other stores around the world, Pacific Coffee Company don’t only provide you free Internet access, but even two or three PC’s for those without a laptop to use.
Pacific Coffee in Pavilion Kuala Lumpur
Pacific Coffee’s branch in Pavilion KL is located in Level 2 near the car park and Jaguar showroom. Location-wise, it’s quite hard to find. Ambiance-wise, it’s quite humid and not an ideal location for a cafe.
Pacific Coffee’s Espresso Mocha
Espresso Mocha tastes quite chocolaty, unlike the one in Hong Kong. Not sure if it’s intentional. The price is similar to Starbucks’ Frappuccino drinks.