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First Sip On Klebang Original Coconut Milkshake, Malacca

 LUNCH OVER... NEXT IS DESSERTS!!

I was told that now the coconut ice cream milkshake is very popular in Malacca... Not sure how long it has been going on, this mama here was only updated when they went looking for the place after our chicken rice lunch. 

Suddenly the car stopped and to my surprise, the queue was really long at the open stall called Klebang Original Coconut Milkshake!  No wonder I saw a tub of vanilla ice cream in the fridge prior to coming here from Johor.  He have tried doing it at home, very easy, so he said... Just coconut water, coconut flesh, ice cream and blend them together... and he has the same Coconut Milkshake!
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Queuing up for a Shake on a hot day... 
One line for paying... and one for collecting the drink... I was told... 
 Very orderly.... 
And I went down to join them despite the hot weather.. 
Something new... and fattening too.. 
LOL... 
OK, time to check in!

Comments

  1. I have not heard of this shake. But coconut things have gotten very popular here! Coconut oil, milk, yogurt...

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  2. Coconut shake seems to be the in-thing these days. Lots of stalls popping up here and there in the Malay kampungs selling this.

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    1. Really.. for me first time seeing.. very backdated me..

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  3. DIY is better if you are diligent!

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  4. I tried it once, not in Malacca but in Semenyih and it is very nice.

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  5. How Long did you need to queue? I'm looking to drop by on 23Dec. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Maybe 15 minutes or so.. depending on weekdays or weekends..

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  6. I like coconut drink but have not tried coconut ice cream or milkshake before

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  7. Not fattening la...nice and cooling la

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