Monday, March 19, 2012

QQ SnowMix @ Sri Petaling

Have you heard of QQ SnowMix? 
It is still a new brand of Taiwanese desserts, but let me tell you,
it's exactly the SAME as Snowflakes--- Same Price, Same Menu!
What's the difference?
#1 SnowMix is in the process of expanding while Snowflake already has gazillion outlets and stopped franchising.
#2 SnowMix offers VIP Card which enables you to get 10% during peak hours, and 20% during non-peak hours. 
#3 The taro balls here are of larger size with brighter colours as compared to Snowflakes.

QQ SnowMix Dessert brings you the TOP 10 Taiwanese Dessert.
With Taro Jelly Ice Series, Grass Jelly Ice Series, Soya Ice Series, QQ Taro Series etc.



Assorted drinks are available too :) 
This Apollo walkie-talkie is exactly the same as the UFO from Snowflake
It will vibrate and red lights blink when your dessert is ready.

Here's the QQ Bestseller--- Grass Jelly with Ice + QQ Taro + Black Creamer @ RM 6.90
Hot dessert--- Taro Balls with Red Beans and Lotus Seeds @ RM 6.90
" It's soooooo Q! "
Q is the word people describe the mouthfeel of the foods texture. When people tells you 'this is so Q', dont get it wrong coz' they dont mean the foods look cute! It means the texture of the food is chewy, al dente, not too mushy or too hard to be bite, just right!

Lemon Jade Jelly Ice with Pearls @ RM 6.90
Taro Ice + Taro Balls + Pearls + Red Beans + Peanuts @ RM 6.90 

So far, I've only tried one of the cold drinks there--- Milk Tea with Jelly and Red Beans @ RM 5.50

To my disappointment, the overly sweetened milk tea along with the natural sweetness of the red beans is really a bad choice because I opted it without ice. I bet it would suit my personal taste better if this beverage is chilled.

Basically the price of items there doesn't exceed RM 7!
Reasonably priced for a fulfilling dessert right?

Verdict:
1. Lack of originality, because it's another Taiwanese dessert franchise. 
2. I'm more than satisfied with the chewy taro balls which appear to be of firmer texture.
3. The amount of sweetener is slightly higher than my preferred volume.

Have a sweet tooth and ENJOY! 

45 comments:

  1. very cheerful-looking place & cheerful-looking desserts, yeah. i'm still not really a fan of taiwanese desserts, but the Taro Balls with Red Beans and Lotus Seeds sounds healthy :D

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    1. hi Sean, perhaps you can try the localized version of the desserts there :)

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  2. Nowadays, there are so many new Taiwanese desserts place. Sadly I've only tried Snowflakes.

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    1. Hey there, then you can slowly try out the others!

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  3. Argh.. I came at the wrong timing! :P
    So wish to try all of them...

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    1. hi Hayley, do opt for some warm ones, because they're equally healthy and good for your baby's cravings :P

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  4. My husband is from Taiwan so I get to try this kind of dessert in Taiwan. It's usually so hot that I like anything cold... :-) It's too bad this place doesn't stand out compared to others. I love red bean sweets... :-)

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    1. hi Nami, that's so lucky of you! perhaps the one at Taiwan tastes more original.

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  5. Yummy desserts. Your photography skills makes them look so delicious!! You are really good at taking photo. This dessert is similar to snowflake?

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    1. hi Kitty, thanks for your compliment, and this dessert and snowflake are similar in many ways ;)

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  6. Long time didn't visit this area liao....wow, yummy dessert

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    1. hi Pete, time to revisit Sri Petaling coz many new outlets are growing like mushrooms there!

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  7. Very brilliant move on d discount...
    Coz nowadays too many Taiwanese dessert n they need to reward their loyal customer....

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    1. Hello there, totally agree with you, but many are using the same way of promotion too.

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  8. Never been in Taiwan, never heard of that type of dessert but looks good!

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    1. hi Mireia, there is no need to fly over to Taiwan because we have plenty of such desserts in Malaysia :)

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  9. Ooh, I love the bubble teas but the one with red beans looks delicious, too!

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    1. Hi there, the one with red beans is more aromatic with the sweetness in it!

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  10. There's so many Taiwanese desserts coming in to M'sia. ;)

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    1. hi Kathy, yes it is of the same row with Jojo Little Kitchen

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  12. I've tried SnowMix too. I thought it was Snowflake at first! Haha. They taste nearly the same for me.

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    1. hi Carolyn, yes indeed and they're still improving on their taroballs!

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  13. I still can't quite get used to the idea of beans in dessert. :-)

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    1. Hello there, it's a fusion with chinese dessert which suits malaysian preference more

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  14. Waahhh...guess M'sia is turning into the "ala-little Taiwan" soon. hehe...
    BTW...do they have any branch other than Sri Petaling? ;-)

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    1. hi Mel, that's true, and there's another branch at Bandar Puteri, Puchong.

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  15. Another QQ balls to check out..eheehhe

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  16. Aw, like your blog, things come out with price :)

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    1. hi Karen, thanks for your compliment and keep supporting! :)

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  17. Oh man! These are all my favourite, you make me drooling.

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  18. I guess with this many similar outlets, we can't really complain about originality anymore. It's now more about which one has the better taste

    Lipton launches instant 3-in-1 Teh Tarik Milk Tea

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    1. hi Tony, i guess their taste is just similar as well.

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  19. Oh wow, I wish I had a place like that here. I just recently was reading about red beans in sweet treats, I will have to try very soon! Hugs, Terra

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    1. Hi Terra, hope the taiwanese dessert spreads over to your place as well :) or you can homemake some!

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  20. QQ QQ! making me feel like eating now! =P

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  21. Looks like a lot of variety but since it's not so nice, might not try it :/

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    1. hi Charmaine, not bad but common i guess :/

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  22. You personally prefer this or snowflake ? :P

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    1. hi Ken, well nothing beats the first taiwanese outlet yet :)

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