Milkcow is a soft-serve ice cream parlour from South Korea. Their signature soft serve is made with 100% organic milk sourced from Italian dairy farms, and toppings include honeycomb, jelly beans, Affogato and macarons. Their first oulet in Singapore opened 30 January 2015.
2 Handy Road
VELOCITY @ NOVENA SQUARE
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238 Thomson Road
THE STAR VISTA
1 Vista Exchange Green
200 Victoria St.
10 Tampines Central 1
2 Jurong East Street 21
JURONG POINT 1 SHOPPING CENTRE
1 Jurong West Central 2
CHANGI CITY POINT
5 Changi Business Park Central
User Ratings Summary
User rating summary from: 2 user(s)
super milky taste
Originated from Korea and jumping on the soft serve bandwagon, Milkcow is made from 100% organic milk with toppings like honeycomb, espresso and crushed oreos. I was never a fan of ice cream/ soft serves, so Milkcow didn’t appeal to me when I first heard about it.
I tried their Coco Magic ($5.90) because I was enticed by their coconut topping. For $5.90 a serving, the cup seemed a little small, much like the ice cream cone from Mcdonalds. The soft serve however, was delectable. I enjoyed every bit of it’s milky taste and creamy texture. It was a tad treacly to me though.
Overall, it was a satisfying and refreshing experience but I wouldn’t pay that much for such a small serving of soft serve.
just another overrated soft-serve parlour
Milkcow is one of the soft-serve brands sparking the soft serve craze in South Korea. Their toppings include organic honeycomb, affogato and oreo crumbles, which is pretty similar to those served at Taiwanese-born Honey Crème. While I’m a fan of soft serves, these tiny cups of ice cream never really appealed to me, so I wasn’t expecting much from my first cup of Milkcow.
I tried their Organic Natural Honey Comb ($5.90), which was a recommended item. The portion was quite small, and in terms of appearances I’ve definitely seen better. The soft-serve was actually remarkably good, and I really enjoyed the milky taste and smooth texture. The honeycomb though was off-putting, and was so overwhelmingly sweet that it ruined the ice cream entirely for me. Having the soft-serve in isolation is good enough for me, but for the prices they charge I don’t think I’ll be patronising Milkcow again.