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Ice-Cream of Our Childhoods
Potong ice-cream was most popular during the 80s and 90s when they were peddled on ice-cream carts all throughout Singapore.
Potong means to cut in Malay, and this ice-cream was made by cutting smaller block of ice-cream on sticks from larger blocks. Common flavours then include red bean, corn, and durian, and for this particular drink, we paired red bean together with chocolate to bring about a delicious dessert styled cocktail.
If you’ve never had potong ice-cream yet, we have a red bean flavoured potong ice-cream on top coated with chocolate. On a side note, Potong Jalan means to “Cut queue”, a common colloquial phrase used in Singapore.
Doesn’t strike your fancy? Browse through more of our specialty cocktails here: