C January 18, 2016
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Opening Hours:
1130am - 10pm
List of Outlets:
2 Handy Road
Singapore 229233

#01-19 Novena Square
238 Thomson Road
Singapore 307683

1 Vista Exchange Green
Singapore 138617

200 Victoria St.
Singapore 188021

10 Tampines Central 1
Singapore 529536

IMM Building
2 Jurong East Street 21
Singapore 609601

1 Jurong West Central 2
Singapore 648886

5 Changi Business Park Central
Singapore 486038

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.


Source: Milkcow Singapore FB
Source: Milkcow Singapore FB

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Organic Soft-Serve Ice Cream
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Milkcow is a Korean organic soft-serve ice cream brand that has gained popularity over the past few years. Offering a variety of creative flavours, Milkcow’s soft-serve, as its name suggests, has an entirely unique milky taste altogether.

As someone not a fan of overly sweet things, Milky Way would be at the top of my favourites list. Simple, plain and straightforward vanilla ice cream. Although it tastes unlike any other soft-serve you’ll find, $6 is rather steep for a tiny cup of ice-cream and I’d much rather get that satisfying $1 ice-cream from the uncle down the street.

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Smooth, creamy soft serve, but really nothing special
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I visited Milkcow purely out of curiosity. Those tiny cups of ice cream topped with macarons, cotton candy and popcorn sure were pretty. But sometimes, appearances are empty. And in this case, they were.

Being a sweet tooth, I picked up the Milky Cube ($5.90) mainly for its chunk of honeycomb (which seemed huge in menu pictures). The soft serve was smooth and creamy, and its milky taste definitely lived up to the store’s promise. But still, it was really nothing special, and other soft serve stores are likely to have the same offering. The honeycomb also seemed frozen and rubbery, nothing like the sweet, nectar goodness I was expecting.

Maybe the other flavours have much more to say for themselves, but I doubt I’ll be back for a repeat visit. Unless you’re still head first in the soft serve craze, this one is worth a miss.

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super milky taste
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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.

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just another overrated soft-serve parlour
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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.
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