I was taken by surprise when I read the tag-line ‘The Original Milkshake’. A little search on internet revealed that it may or may not be the original, but they indeed have a rich history to back them.
After reading the history, I am glad that the company is trying to revive the brand and with new outlet popping like mushrooms, it appears to be going great.
The milkshakes are served in iconic bottles. Sometimes bottles carry additional image outline to signify some place or event making them a collectible.
I have tried the following milkshakes in my several visits.
Vanilla: The all-time favorite. You can never go wrong with this.
Mint Oreo Crumble: Delight for Oreo lovers. Would be better if blended properly to eliminate Oreo cream lumps.
Choco-Chip: Tasted like usual chocolate milkshake.
Kit-Kat: Personal favorite so far. Needs no explanation.
Chocolate Hazelnut: Better than choco-chip but lacks a distinct hazelnut taste. You are less likely to realize the hazelnut presence without knowing the name.
Verdict: Are the milkshakes good? No, they are great. But to say they are the best, is to clearly disregard some of the best milkshakes available in the city.
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