Walls & Lipton Made The  Perfect Teh Tarik Ice Cream Sandwich

Everyone loves a good cup of teh tarik while dining at a mamak stall.

But when the weather turns unbearably hot, even a cup of iced teh tarik wouldn’t do the trick. That’s when you need Lipton and Wall’s latest Teh Tarik Ice Cream Sandwich to quell the heat.

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Recently launched in Malaysia, the dessert is now available at 7-Eleven outlets across the country.

Teh Tarik ice cream sandwich is part milk & part tea

As you can probably tell from the pictures, the sandwich comprises a large slab of ice cream split into 2 flavours — milk and tea.

The ice cream apparently has a subtle taste so you won’t get jelak even after finishing the entire snack.

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Sandwiched between 2 soft and chewy pieces of biscuit, the sweetness from the ice cream acts as a good contrast to the savoury taste of the crackers.

The ice cream sandwich is also an ideal dessert for those who love their ice cream kiap-ed between wafer slices.

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The good thing is, you don’t have to wait for the sound of the ice cream uncle’s bell to get your ice cream fix.

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Reminds us of frozen teh cino

On closer inspection, the ice cream sandwich reminds us of teh cino, a beverage with condensed milk forming the base and tea carefully poured over the top, creating a beautiful gradient.

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A frozen version of this aesthetic yet aromatic beverage, the ice cream sandwich will help you beat the heat on your weekend JB trip.

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S$0.75 at all 7-Eleven outlets in Malaysia

Priced at only S$0.75 (RM 2.30) – even cheaper than a cup of teh tarik in Singapore – this ice cream sandwich is every teh tarik lover’s dream come true.

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If you are heading to Malaysia over the CNY break, head down to any of their 7-11 outlets to hunt for this treat.

You can find a list of their outlets here.

Featured image adapted from KL Foodie