It looks like the Salted Egg Yolk trend isn’t dying anytime soon, and that’s because 7-Eleven Malaysia just released a Salted Egg Yolk ice cream – with a twist!
What kind of twist, you ask? Does salted egg yolk really need a twist, you say?
Well, the ice cream – or as they call it, “Aiskleem” will definitely surprise your taste buds as they blended the heat of chilli along with Salted Egg Yolk’s saltiness. Hmm…sweet, spicy and salty? I wonder how that will work?
In their Facebook post, 7-Eleven Malaysia wrote,
“New, new, new in #7ElevenMY! 📣 It’s #SaltedEgg #Aiskleem! 😱”
“Tingle your taste buds with this salty new flavour – it’s sure to SPICE up your day! 😉#JomAiskleem lah! #IceCream#Softserve #Aiskrim.”
On that note, you can get this Aiskleem for RM2.50, but it is available in selected stores only. Here are some of the places in which it will be available in:
- Berjaya Times Square, Jalan Imbi
- Sungei Wang Plaza, Jalan Sultan Ismail
- Sidewalk Island, Jalan Bukit Bintang
- KL Sentral
- NU Sentral Shopping Centre
- The Alcove, Jalan Tun Abdul Razak
- Suria KLCC
- Avenue 3, Vertical Podium, Bangsar South
- Plaza Damansara
- Plaza Arkadia
- Sky Avenue, Genting Highlands Resort
You can check out other places which sell this new flavour by clicking this link! Nice.
So, will you be trying out 7-Eleven’s Salted Egg Aiskleem? Drop your opinions in the comments below!
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