I can't remember the first time I drank Milo.
We always had a tin at home and at my Granny's place where I stayed during the day. Every afternoon, it was a routine to either play Chinese checkers with Granny or fix a jigsaw puzzle over a cup of hot Milo with cream crackers dunk inside it! I remembered having it with my tiny biscuits - those that had the green, yellow, pink, white sugar icing on the top, at play-school during recess time. In Primary school, a Milo truck would come by every now and then and it was served chilled.
I don't drink a lot of Milo these days except as an energy booster for pre-runs so I still do stash away a small can inside my kitchen cabinet. I am lactose intolerant so chocolate milk won't sit well in my tummy so this has been a great alternative for me. I usually prefer drinking it chilled especially before a run but it is slightly cumbersome to prepare it. I was happy when Nestle launched a brand new version last month and this new product doesn't require you to mix it with hot water and cold water.
I did a quick and easy video to show how simple it is to prepare a glass of cold Milo using Milo Easy Cool versus using the standard Milo powder.
Caution -I've never used Photo Booth before and decided to try it out. Video is super goofy because I haven't figured out how to flip it! SO eh everything is damn goofy looking -_-
If you are a fan of Milo and love it icy cold but without the hassle, check out leading supermarkets such as NTUC FairPrice, Cold Storage and Shop N Save and grab a pack containing 15 sachets for just SG$5.95.
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