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    Any specific place/store where I can buy these in Singapore??

    Last edited by kiss_me; 03-01-2006, 09:33 PM.

  • #2
    they always sell it at chinatown during cny?

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    • #3
      i just bought last week, at chinatown, a bagful for S$6, its actually 300g for $5

      walk along the covered walkway when u exit from outram mrt, e make shift stall is just along the watson-namho-giordano stretch, u cant miss it cos e display is so colorful *hope its still there though*

      i bought n tried all kinda flavours coffee, honeydew, mango, strawberry, red bean, yam, peanut, chestnut etc. they have too many flavours there, cant make up my mind! or do like what i did jus ask uncle whats nice, n he will do e picking for u

      oh my sis took a pic of them! cos she was so excited to see me came back with a bagful of it! she's one muah-chee fanatic!

      i must post e pic up, cos its so colorful n yummy!
      Last edited by se7enseas; 03-01-2006, 10:49 PM.

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      • #4
        se7enseas: 300g is about how many packets?

        all those flavors..
        sounds good to me..

        by the way, how do muah chees taste like?
        never eaten any before..

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        • #5
          i like the yum n chestnut wans!!! yummy~!

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          • #6
            Originally posted by se7enseas
            i just bought last week, at chinatown, a bagful for S$6, its actually 300g for $5
            it's slightly cheaper than mine, i bought at jurong, selling at $1.80 per 100gm, and i had to travel alllll the way there to jurong!

            bluetoast: i packet is about 15gms, so 20packs

            i hope they'll sell it cheaper towards chinese new year, my dad and bf loves the muachee

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            • #7
              I saw them at near bukit merah central NTUC.

              Last year I tried the lotus root flavour, it was so sticky I almost choked!

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              • #8
                would like to know which flavours are good! SO's most likely to drag me there during the cny and i might decide to get some! i muah chees!

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                • #9
                  Can't really remember. It was a year since I tried them.

                  Most are OK except for lotus root. It's quite bland and dangerous for young kids and old folks.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by chiri
                    would like to know which flavours are good! SO's most likely to drag me there during the cny and i might decide to get some! i muah chees!
                    most flavours taste like the actual food! the peanut one has got peanut filling inside, but i don't like it. sour plum taste exactly like sour plum. there's even D24 durian flavor, haven eat it though.

                    i really yam, red bean, xiao3 **2 jiu1, sesame(taste like tang yuan), mango(yum). my sis likes the coffee flavour, i don't like coffee so thumps down for me.

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                    • #11
                      hmmm...no green tea flavour?

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                      • #12
                        oh yes.. i tried the green tea flavour in nice and cute, little packages bought from taiwan and is super yummy.

                        really soft like marshmallow.. feel like eating now...

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                        • #13
                          how's honeydew? haha, would love to try this. is it only available at chinatown?

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                          • #14
                            yam, red bean, sesame and green tea sounds good!

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                            • #15
                              Thought I remembered a lychee flavour

                              My favourites are fruits flavours, yam and sesame.

                              Lesson learned, this year, I will skip peanuts, lotus root and green tea.

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