Monday, October 10, 2016

1 Tart 4 Taste

Look what we have here.

Cheese tarts and mini salted egg croissants.

The price

4 Taste Experience..

You can eat them hot, warm, chilled or frozen and get 4 different experience!

24 comments:

  1. Oh, that's really smart! I have never eaten tart cold or frozen. I thought they must be eaten warm. Maybe I'll try to freeze one and eat it one of these days.

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    1. Try and please let me know how it is.

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  2. I have not had salted eggs for ages. I guess these are duck eggs rather than chicken.

    I'm not sure about frozen cheese tart. Cold cheese toastie is not as nice compare to one that is freshly done. It could have been worded more effectively. Perhaps, I am being pedantic.

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    1. You mean "4 taste experience" sounds wrong?

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    2. Perhaps the original language was in Mandarin. It doesn't translate well. I'm being pedantic.

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    3. I don't think that phrase was translated from any language. It could just be localised English.

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  3. Same as Merryn, I have never eaten it chilled or frozen, I think I will like it also

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    1. I have eaten chilled but not frozen.

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  4. I can't resist offers...so I would fall for those buy 3, 1 free kind of thing.

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    1. Ah so you are a prudent consumer.

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  5. Interesting haha. It's cheap if compared to the likes of Tokyo Secret so I guess affordable enough to try! And I like that the buy 3 free 1 is perfect sizing for the 4 tastes... nice marketing.

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    1. I didn't try because I am not convinced that they are anywhere near the good ones. Would just expect them to be like normal egg tart but with cheese taste.

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  6. Sometimes I wonder if BreadTalk is the same as Bread History or not. Their logo's color theme seems exactly the same.

    But Bread History does not have salted egg croissants and baked cheese tart in their offerings...

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    1. I wonder bread something in one utama is bread talk or bread history.

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  7. I would like to try that. Taste all 4.ans the mini salted egg croissant as well.

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    1. Can try if they still have this on when you visit here next time.

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  8. OK, now I know they can be frozen :)

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    1. You can make some and freeze them like yiu freeze yiur cakes.

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  9. Have not tasted any of them. Chilled tart maybe but frozen ones for ice cream lovers...sounds good! I would also love to try the salted egg croissants! I love croissants!

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  10. I think I like them warm... the prices are more reasonable here.. :)

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    1. Prices are normal because I guess they are just normal cheese tarts.

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  11. I love their 4 experience tarts and I want to try the frozen one! I love Sara Lee's frozen cheesecakes, so I could imagine how these tarts would be. Yummy!

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    1. Just buy them and put them in the freezer to try the frozen ones. :)

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