Haagen Daz Frozen Yogurt Ice Cream launches in KL! Introducing a new line of frozen yogurt ice cream, I was there to catch it in its wake. It truly is yummy, the perfect combination to beat the tropical heat. A refreshingly light flavour with the texture of Haagen Daz’s signature ice cream.

To be honest, it is not exactly my cup of tea because I always prefer frozen yogurt, period, but Haagen Daz’s Frozen Yogurt Ice Cream turned out pretty great. One of my favourite ice cream flavours thus far.

Available in all Haagen Dazs stores nationwide, the Frozen Yogurt Ice Cream is made with real fresh yogurt and carefully crafted in Haagen Daz’s rich and creamy signature texture – handpicked pints available at RM 32.15. You can now truly experience the iconic ice cream in a lighter, more refreshing flavour, guaranteed to lift your mood.

That’s not all, from now till 4th October 2017, Haagen Daz’s stores nationwide will present an exciting new menu that highlights the new frozen yogurt ice cream.

Haagen Daz Frozen Yogurt Ice Cream

Raspberry Yogurt Tart

The Raspberry Yogurt Tart (RM149) is a refreshing frozen yogurt ice cream tart coated with fresh whipped cream, topped with juicy raspberries that sits on a crumbly chocolate cookie base and will a permanent item on the menu. For me, this was the best of all their Frozen Yogurt creations as it was light, not too sweet, and tasted the most natural.

Haagen Daz Frozen Yogurt Ice Cream

Froyo Crunch

The Froyo Crunch (RM 25.90) is made of beautiful layers of yogurt and crunchy granola with different mix of fruits topped with two scoops of Frozen Yogurt Ice Cream. For me, the ice cream stood out the best here, flaunting its flavour as the main attraction, able to compete with the rest of the other exciting ingredients.

Haagen Daz Frozen Yogurt Ice Cream

Mango Smoothie

The Mango Smoothie (RM21.90) is a guilt free beverage with great taste made of a delicious blend of Frozen Yogurt Ice Cream, mango sorbet, Greek Yogurt and fresh milk, garnished with mango pieces. Lovely to begin with, the fresh mango pieces and the creamy yogurt shake was a sure win, until my straw hit the mango sorbet at the bottom of the glass. I did not appreciate the immense amount of sweetness after, but if you’re a true sweet tooth, this might be your cup of tea 😉

Haagen Daz Frozen Yogurt Ice Cream

Froyo Cheesecake Bingsu

Lastly, to top off the new menu is the Froyo Cheesecake Bingsu (RM25.90). It is crafted with soft milk ice topped with Frozen Yogurt Ice Cream and fluffy cheesecake bites. I thought this performed the worse among all the offerings. Presentation was impressive, but the milky shaved ice was close to tasteless and the accompanying ingredients did little to help.

All in all, I would recommend trying out the new Frozen Yogurt Ice Cream flavour. It’s not heavy, and it is tasty, so even though ice cream is not really my preferred dessert option, I did enjoy it.

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