30 Oct '14, 2am

Try AmaSoy's new Japanese matcha softserve, made with matcha from Kyoto, and has milky creamy texture. Only $2

Try AmaSoy's new Japanese matcha softserve, made with matcha from Kyoto, and has milky creamy texture. Only $2

Looks like soft serve is going to be the IN thing for a while. Thought I would take the chance to introduce AmaSoy’s Soft Serve, made with premium Japanese matcha powder imported from Kyoto Japan, a place synonymous with superior matcha. The price is very affordable – $2.00 in cone and $2.30 for sundae, especially when the kiosk is at Ion Orchard (basement 4). I dare to say most would not be disappointed, both with its price and taste. The texture is milky and smooth, as good as those you would get in Japanese restaurants, matched with a subtle delicate taste of green tea. [Previous entry dated 26 June 2013] There is something about me and soy. I grew up drinking it, which is perhaps why people say “I am blessed with good skin”. That is really kind of strange for a guy to hear. Some people actually call me the ‘Tau Hway Boy’. Early 2013 I got to try AmaSoy when a friend re...

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