This has been trending for some time over on this side. How do you exactly eat that Cow Cow Ice right? Looks very good on photos and in real life. But how does it fare in terms of taste?
Hailing all the way from Hokkaido, this shop specializes in few and select cheese goodies. It strictly was more of a take-out shop with all their offers laid out for their customers. I liked how strategically bright the store was with much focus on their products.
One could either have their Milk Ice Cream (P130) or Cheese Ice Cream (P150). Good thing they have a mix of both as I wanted to taste both flavors. It’s not visible in the photo but the cheese flavor had this very light yellow color. In terms of taste, both were very creamy and smooth. I liked how it easily glided through my throat. It’s a bit hard to distinguish the flavor of the cheese bec. it was very light. It had a very light tarty taste. One could have no add-ons but I wanted to try their cheesecake (P100) and Salt & Camembert Cracker (P50). I had a difficult time eating that cheesecake for it was a huge slice for that cup. I was worried that it would fall and so would my PhP100. Haha. Since it was straight from their ref, I had a difficult time slicing it. It was very compact too. In terms of taste, I actually liked it most especially with the ice cream. It actually works but I’ll prolly skip it next time (since it was hard to slice). The cracker was easier. On its own, it had a very light taste which could be better paired with the ice cream.
They do sell those cakes and crackers individually, and yes, they’re expensive. I’ll probably stick to their ice cream offers. It really is delicious and reasonably priced. For that cup, you get to have a creamy and smooth sweet treat. If you’re a milk or cheese lover, you’ll surely enjoy having a cup of Cow Cow Ice. 😛
Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory
G/Floor Alabang Town Center,
Alabang, Muntinlupa City
Official website: http://tokyomilkcheese.jp/en/