It had been a long time since last attending a party organize by Hennessy and this year they are back, with different style that feature finale of Beer Pong Challenge with winner walk away with amazing price by bringing home RM5,000 cash and 8 bottles of Hennessy Very Special Limited Edition by Felipe Pantone that took place at KL Live Center.

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not only that, as this special limited edition series take over also had some slight difference as this round there are more instagramable corner. With the night fit with a theme “ Remixing the Present” inspired the event concept in collaborating local & urban culture of craft and art, bringing everyone together who shares the same passion

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A night that is not only featuring one that is vibrant, dynamic and creative. The brand showcased Hennessy V.S’s versatility and strong character with a compelling appeal to experienced drinkers and those who are new to cognac, highlighting Hennessy V.S’s nuanced yet intensely expressive flavor. That fits with alot of photo corner and not to miss out their mini arcade corner which is pretty amazing, from classic games to VR.

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Always reinventing itself, the collaboration between Hennessy and Felipe Pantone this year has inspired the brand in creating an experience at the party that allows guests to immerse into the artist’s universe and artwork that was brought to life in Malaysia. Hence with this special limited edition bottle of Hennessy Very Special by Felipe Pantone.

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The night end up with more high beat feature that portrays Hennessy V.S’s youthful spirit, Chinese rapper Blow Fever of ‘The Rap of China 2018’ 《中国新说唱2018》 made his Malaysian debut at the party showcasing his outstanding stage presence as he hyped up the crowd. of course not to miss out our favourite local classic and to those of you who remember them such as Local trending DJs such as Bass Agents, DJ Jenni F, DJ Tchuno and DJ Reeve.

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The night would not be complete with partying people and the usual few that is in this event.

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Looking forward again for such an event in year 2020. Hopefully will be bigger again, like the days of Hennessy Artistry back 7 years ago. #hennessyMY

The Singleton Social that took place at Lavo, Tropicana is indeed a place to get together with friends. No doubt that when comes to year end, there are alot of celebrations and festives that will be taking place. Agree that, great moments with friends are a cause for celebration, and usually if we get to choose, single malt whisky will be prefered.

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The pairing of Singleton with uniquely curated sharing platters gives consumers the experience of the great taste that Singleton has to offer – a result of the slow batch distillation and fermentation process. The rich and smooth taste of this single malt whisky is best enjoyed at any casual get-together at gastrobars around Klang Valley.

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The Singleton is filled with notes of cherries and apples on the nose; dried summer fruits, rich raisins and apricots flavour on the palate at first, followed by a smooth, rich chocolate finish, Singleton will encapsulate senses with its rich and smooth flavours.

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Consumers are able to indulge in uniquely curated sharing platters and Singleton together with friends at various gastrobars – Powerplant Malaysia, #MiyagiSays and LAVO – to uncover the rich and smooth flavours of this single malt whisky when paired with different types of food. From meats to sides, each outlet has an array of different sharing platters to complement the 200 years of expertise Singleton is made of.

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The Singleton Social Platter Package


  1. Powerplant Malaysia
    • One (1) The Singleton of Glen Ord 12 YO bottle @ RM370++
    • One (1) The Singleton of Glen Ord 12YO bottle + one (1) The Singleton Platter @ RM420++ (add on RM50++)
    • One (1) The Singleton Platter @ RM85++
    • The Singleton Platter includes siu yuk, mashed potatoes, cross trax fries, German black pepper sausages, boneless chicken, garlic mash, and assortment of cucumber, carrot, celery sticks and cherry tomatoes, accompanied with gochujang mayonnaise, pineapple sauce, kimchi mayonnaise and mango salsa.
  2. #MiyagiSays
    • Promo 1: One (1) The Singleton of Glen Ord 12YO bottle + six (6) The Singleton Sharing Platter @ RM430++
    • Promo 2: Five (5) The Singleton highballs + two (2) The Singleton Sharing Platter @ RM90++
    • The Singleton Sharing Platter includes Miyagi fried chicken, Miyagi potato chips, tamago fries, buttermilk kai, tandoori chicken, satay ayam.
  3. LAVO
    • One (1) The Singleton of Glen Ord 12YO bottle + one (1) The Singleton Meat Platter @ RM470++
    • The Singleton Meat Platter includes breaded calamari rings, smoked chicken, baked chard potato, grilled lamb shoulder, grilled pineapple, Chilli Beef Con Carne, mint mayonnaise and citrus lemon sauce.

I am sure all of us want. To learn every little secrets of a successful person and combine it to suits on mindset or execution.


Please ignore my this post as I am going to RANT quite a bit on a Masterclass that I went over the weekend. It is a word that is so commonly use now and not too sure those speaker/trainer know what they are doing.

I am pretty sure many of you come across these ad in FB:

  1. Millionaire Strategy
  2. Millionaire this and that
  3. Quite your job work for something and bla bla

To be honest, I learn my lesson as for the first time I sign up stuff without doing a background check. Oh, well, everything happens to be at the right timing, right moment. I was being pushed to a corner in my work place for more strategy and well, went for this 2 hours preview. Shared his success story, apa also click click clik that just direct link from portal A to Portal B just like that. Then whoola, you can start selling which make the presenter was pretty amazing. Lets name this so called sifu “SY”. With the clik clik clik and direct link even watching tv you can export/import 40-60 link is like yes. This is the trick I want to learn. See what is the diff between I read and the actual from those links/youtube for Dropshipping Masterclass


Dropshipping was the category was told to explore and looking to fast track, which I thought I have miss out over my readings and research in Google over the past few months. Company not going to pay, Its okay as for my own knowledge, so I sign up for this RM4,000 (free 1 pax) course over a period of 3 days with 1 intention. ONLY 1 intention. What is the secret/formula behind to make a person success through this industry and the click click click strategy!!!

Sign up in July and course happened over last weekend. First day of arrival, got shock as it is hosted in a hotel and lots of people. I was like this sifu so geng. So many attending from near and far (Sabah, Sarawak). Alright.

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Day 1: 9am – 6pm

Morning session:

9am was the starting time! start late, neeeh mind. Come the crew suddenly run to the stage and start dancing. Alright every one layan and dance for morning exercise. Then starting off which is grandmonther story again for next 2 hours (which he share with us on the preview). Then break 15 minutes become 30 minutes.  Starting to get uncomfortable. Talk nonsense for another hour, then lunch for 90 minutes. (ecomm framework, 5 steps to do ecomm – how to choose winning product)

Afternoon session:

Then I found out lunch was not included is pissing me off (dah lah breakfast also don’t have) First of its kind class that you pay so much meals not included!!!!!!. After 90 mins back then late another 15 minutes to start. Then start off with some sharing by inviting another company up the stage, that took 2 hours. We are all impress as this is quite a prominent startup founder, he is quite humble to share his journey the Q&A was quite fruitful to many of the participants. Then break 20 minutes.

Evening session:

Show spy ware, how to spy other website that need to subscribe at x amount of money.  that become end of the day.

Day 1 just gone like that. Before it ends, Was told to come early as he got a prominent speaker, damm powderful all the way from Sydney and successful. Makes all of us excited and looking forward. Was told to come at 7.30am and to start at 8am.

Summary : we all went back blur, lost and like what the hell had just happen as we learn NUTS from the first day.

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Day 2:

Truly disappointed from Day 1 and with ending for such a invitation, most of the participant mood is looking forward. Most of us reach 7.30am and 8am door still have yet open. The whole thing drag till 9am to start. Late another 20 minutes again! Most of us already damm piss off because of effort that we came early and waited this long to get started.

Morning session:

Starting off again with “you know, I got a lot of info want to share with you guys (same as Friday) then the special guest on stage. To be honest, there is nothing to shout about on the invited presenter as I attended a lot of Forum over the past 18 months. The sharing lasted 1 hour. Following by sharing on Mindset, which already did mention on Day 1 morning session, solving problems and issues. Repeating again by showing some videos shown on day 1.

Before lunch break, selling us his upgrade other Masterclass like digital marketing and blab bla. I was like what the hell, izint that this is usually end of the class of 3rd day or during 3rd day lunch. Your first day sucks. Second day morning time wasted and he did this. I am impress.

Went lunch break 90 mins

Afternoon :

Came back with how to set :

  • pricing (failed pricing strategy, no comparison by just telling what you need to do this and that what is the proper pricing strategy or market standard),
  • then again showing some videos similar to day one.
  • Follow by how to Install Pixel (niamah, google stuff) – maybe good for uncle auntie that join the class (need to be considerate) – line was so bad that everyone got frustrated
  • Break 15 mins become 30 minutes
  • Come back learn how to track popular items (you need to know competitor shop then only can, one by 1 go search)
  • Follow by how to import items from Aliexpress (lasted 1 hour)
    • Everyone left half hanging
    • Import more, how to do your ecomm website bla bla
    • As he show more on the importing links, change some copy writing, delete some stuff, add some stuff in certain segment only I realise his secret of click click click is HOLLAND! No longer applicable to me as it is no difference from what I am doing which is spending extra 5 minutes to find better pictures. This click method is more like indirectly import all the nice pictures for you without searching more all over the web. The rest of the supported items need to be done manually. Assuming a post after import will take you another 10 minutes to get it nicer and publish! Not as simple as what he explain in his preview Class!
  • Break 20 minutes

Evening session:

  • Hook strategy
  • Invite another guest speaker up to share what is FREEmium marketing
  • Then go back do homework by downloading min 10-15 items into your store to have mini launch next morning
  • Teach you how to use a service to create brand logo
  • shit happens then have a long Q&A sessions and bye bye


  • Every one is frustrated, as every thing being thought is left half hanging especially those have not touch social media, digital marketing or ecommerce.
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Day 3:

Told to come early again to have Extended Q&A session continue from last night. AGAIN LATE! (message start to spread among each other not to arrive early as it is a waste of time)

Morning session:

Starting off with another guest speaker to talk about branding. Not relevant to me as I am already in the industry myself and from marketing background. It is very surface like year 1 uni homework. Relevant to a lot mature participants or those not in marketing.

Talking about launch: I thought it was what superb launch that he gonna do. Mana tau the mini launch is to share at your own personal FB post! At that point I want to flip table!

Cant really remember what happen next of the session. Lunch break with the table member to check on them how is their progress and feeling about this Masterclass workshop.

After lunch as usual 90 minutes become 100 minutes.

Afternoon session:

All about Sales funnel, group assignment – when I saw the thing, this is only applicable to foreign market. If we Malaysian market see this, will feel like total SCAM. Maybe I do not understand the foreign market mentality and learn accordingly.

– found out the software is freefor 14 days. Then have to pay USD 89 a month for subscription. Then the group assignment took 2 hours to do it and another2 hours to present. So there gone the whole afternoon till evening.


End with prize presentation, and cert ceremony (I left at 7.30pm as find it no longer relevant: as the cert was printed on the moment itself.


3 days course over. CELEBRTE!! YIPPY YAY YAY. My RM4k had now become my new term instead of my 2cents is #my4k thoughts /advise to the participants.


Those are the mini schedule of my time waste over 3 days course and RM4k wasted. WAnna Kisiau till niamah canot recognize. Why? Let me share with you more as below:


  1. The trainer slides is not in order, it is everywhere. Talk about topic A, go to Topic C, invite special presenter talk about Topic B then continue back his Topic A.
  2. A mess up presentation flow over 3 days.
  3. Never share with us what is the AGENDA of the DAY!
  4. Never keep track his timing
  5. I am so lost that I am not too sure I am in motivational class, uni class or Masterclass!


  1. As a professional presenter, you are required to honour on your timing to start on time or what so ever.
  2. Each of the break session all delayed.
  3. Total 3 days time wastage could accumulate to easily 4 hours down the drain.

Event Power Plug.

  1. Using your Backside to think and you are in this industry also conducted training classes over the past few years
    1. You gave us 1 extension cord shared by 3 tables
    1. 1 table 6 participants and some 7
    1. ASK US BRING OUR OWN EXTENTION (is the most niama of all)


  1. You are running a ecommerce/dropshipping masterclass which is the most important too/services of all.
  2. Was told to use our own HOTSPOT. I was like this damm TL!
  3. Worst of all, we are in LG in a hotel ballroom. Imagine that, my line is edge or no edge. Most of the participant signal is snail
  4. Reason given, if all of us jam into Aliexpress at one time, will suspect as hoax or spam. Will get block.
    1. Then you should break every one into groups.


  1. There is no meals provided – never mention in the first day – at least tell in advance
  2. You pay RM 4,000 no food provided, means
    1. No breakfast
    1. No lunch
    1. No tea time
    1. Only coffee, tea and water provided all day long.


  1. No professionalism of all
  2. Time management SUCKS!
  3. Getting frustrated as speaker
    1. Some participant ask similar questions then tell them aiyo izint that I answer d just now or this morning or yesterday
    1. Hellow, you are like a teacher to us and you think every one listens to your talk?
      1. Some of the participants already left behind with lack of understanding
  4. Participants ask for help,
    1. Keep saying kambing back. Never come back
  5. Avoiding responsibility by guiding or answering questions on certain tables
  6. First day, ask us about our Goals by asking us to fill in the blanks, written and left it on table. After 3rd day the questionaire still on the table. (this tells how serious are you towards us!) – to me is no manners!
  7. Tell us how he work through the night for us, didn’t sleep.
    1. Our problem iziit?
  8. A lot of participants only get their website user and ID on 2nd day evening. Many of them miss out how to do it on the spot. (some of the participants already sign up early of the year.)
    1. You got more than 2-6  months to get it done. WHY ON THAT DAY?



  1. No communications at all with us participants
  2. We were given a free URL (which I thought only for the 3 days seminar)
    1. Chose a url from the excel sheet. All the name is so doggy and I just randomly picked 1. So my URL is
    1. Never knew that it is going to be 1 year free hosting and I am stick with this stupid URL naming. A
      1. Common, at least tell us in advance that you got hosting and free URL for 1 year and do come bck with 2-3 names that we can help you to register.
      1. With this stupid name how to work on it? Whats your url, (This 1 I DAMM PISS OFF.) as comes with WOOCOMMERCE backend.
      1. Ask them can I change to another URL the team upsell me to get 2nd url package.  Really???!!!
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  1. Overpromised.
    1. Some of the participants are angry because was promised a 30-40 pax class. Turns out to be about 150 pax. (imagine that)
    1. A lot over promise like lots of content, lots of this and that. Even in his preview class

Overall, I only learn nuts from this RM4,000 seminar.

  1. It is all so basic
  2. All Google materials
  3. I do not even need to on my Laptop for the 3 days. (bad coverage) nothing important as most of it quite similar like my blogging, Lazada or Shopee upload.
  4. No technical details, all very surface, more like 101 rather than masterclass
  5. No secrets being shared
    • Like what is his best sales item
    • How many did he sold
    • During his start up, how  much did he spend in FB marketing to generate the best sale
    • In his years of exp, what had done right and wrong
    • What is the best FB marketing budget for allocation for first timer to learn to gather data?
    • How do you read FB basic data
    • What is his best content to generate a huge viral sale
    • Right content wrong content in his exp
    • He mentioned he sold everything under the sun
      • Never show what is his best performing category
    • Other case study
  6. I am not too sure is this a uni tuition class or what
  7. Learn the presenter flow, the master strategy of 3 days, TIME DRAGGING!

With such attitude, mentality and material, I guess I am also qualified to run Ecommerce Masterclass by charging RM 1,500 (meals included) – want to sign up PM me hahahhahahaha…. (joking)

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Day 1: Shopee
Day 2: Lazada
Day 3: Dropshipping/Ecommerce website

Do you know that RM 4,000 can do so many things for a lot of people. Some could be their 2-3 months medical supplements. The course attended by all walks of life as everyone looking for that 10% of what they thought they are lacking. Mana tau, is a waste of time. Imagine those that travel from Sabah and Sarawak with travel expenses, hotels and others. I felt pity.

I know not all speaker/trainer are like that. What I am trying to say is, do your homework on that speaker that you have chosen to attend. Do not sign up blindly. You rather pay RM 300-RM500 more than sign up a course that is down the drain. Their sales strategy is always there. Do not sign up now then no more. It is okay, you go their other preview class and sign it there 2nd time. Their promo will always be there.

So #my4k … Money hard to earn as I was saving this money for travel to pamper myself with good food and leisure instead decided to invest into myself for this. I invest wrongly and got burned. Well, not all investment gives you return.

I have burned myself, so do not wish many of you get burn just like that.

#my4k ! So choose wisely!

One of a new dining experience that combine two of the best into one. Attended Hennessy dining experience at Saint Pierre in W Hotel Kuala Lumpur complementing the limited edition menu of The Seven Worlds of Hennessy X.O. The two prestigious brands worked closely to introduce the special dinner menu inspired by “The Seven Worlds”; a short film directed by legendary director, Ridley Scott.

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Chef Lroy Lim of Saint Pierre Kuala Lumpur presented an array of seven-course meal that represents each of Hennessy X.O’s tasting notes. Each corse are design by the chef by indulging into multisensorial odyssey of Hennessy X.O.

Menu Description Hennessy XO-The Seven Worlds menu is available only at dinner.

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Starting off with Canapes and it is all pretty good. Pairs well with its original Hennesy flavour or some pair wells with the cocktail too.

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First Starter|first element: WOOD CRUNCHES: BURI-buri,ohba, myoga Japanese amberjack is marinated in soy sauce, sake and mirin, then smoked. Served raw on aring of dashi-ponzu gel with chopped ohba and myoga Japanese ginger. A bold taste of the soy sauce with hin of sourish ponzu blends well with Hennesy to carry out a the wood element.

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Second Starter|SWEET NOTES: FOIE GRAS-foie gras, apple, old port The Saint Pierre classic of pan-seared goose liver is served with caramelised granny smith apples adds texture and balance with its sweet notes and slight acidity. Foie Gras cook to perfection with skin crips on the outler layer and soft inside. A big piece of this are meant to enjoy slowly. Souce is slightly sweet with apple tastse. Goes well with the Hennessy.

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Third Starter|FLOWING FLAME: LOBSTER–lobster, turnip, lime. A lobster in its shell is glazed with butter and grilled overcharcoal. A trio of turnip surrounds the succulent shellfish a consomme of roasted turnip tea, a turnip puree and a tower of cooked turnip glazed in butter. A nice dish to hit on as third dish. Fresh seafood taste, slightly grill taste on the lobster along with roasted turnip tea is a wonderful pairing. Hennesy just lift the freshness of the flavour up and love the hint of the oaky end.

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Fourth Starter|INFINITE ECHO:BLACK TRUFFLE–black truffle, celeriac, earl grey tea.This vegetarian version of the classic scallop-truffle millefeuille swops the shellfish for subtly nutty celeriac. The vegetable is first salt-baked, then sliced into discs and layered with black truffle, before being wrapped in filo pastry. It is garnished with a celeriac puree infused with Earl Grey tea, as wellas a vegan jus with port wine and chopped truffle.

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MainCourse|RISING HEAT:DUCK-duck,endive,sansho Irish duck is aged for a week to intensify its flavour, and sous vide before it is pan seared to crisp the skin. A mixed spice of coriander seed, cumin, black pepper and Szechuan peppercorn is sprinkled over it for a wonderfully aromatic result, and it is served with Belgianendives glazed with duck jus heightened by sansho pepper oil. A dish that look simple yet lots of prep behind. A well cook meat that indeed goes along well with Hennessy XO yet blends well with the taste that is not overpowering.

Pre-Dessert| SPICY EDGE: SPICED WINE-spiced wine, orange. This refreshing sorbet is inspired by the festive spiced wine with its scents of cinnamon, clove and orange peel, but made with white wine instead of red. Served on a base of diced orange.

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Dessert| CHOCOLATE LULL: CHOCOLATE-hazelnut, milk chocolate, double cream. A chocolate shell, shaped like an open log, is filled with milk chocolate, milk gel, praline mousseand hazelnut crumble.With extra milky double cream ice cream on the side, it is the perfect finalefor Hennessy XO’s smooth, sweet, chocolatey richnes

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The Hennessy X.O – The Seven Worlds dinner menu is available from now until 1st December 2019 at RM538++ per person with Hennessy X.O at RM58++ per glass or RM950++ per bottle (700ml).

Saint Pierre in W Hotel
Level 8 W Kuala Lumpur,
121 Jalan Ampang, ,
50450 Kuala Lumpur .

Tel: +603 2732 5008 or email [email protected] for enquiries and reservations.

For more information, please visit

Time of the year to be Spooky as this year celebrating Halloween 2019 at Soul Out Hartamas is kinda interesting, known as The Monster Ball.. On this night, SOULed OUT are summoning all to join its group of beautiful angels, demons to stroll around the outlet.

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The cauldron had even brewed up some pretty potent potions. For the grown-ups, my wickedly delicious Monster Ball’s cocktail, the Black Eye Fear @ RM 25 with vodka, cranberry juice, and lime. Bella’s Eyes @ RM 12, a mixture of mango, orange and fresh lemon juice as well as strawberry syrup.

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spooky delights the likes of a magic show, face painting, a haunted photobooth, hair-raising SO Gaya dancers, the Spooky Dip challenge and much more, including Best Dressed for both adults and kids, so you’re gonna want to make sure that you come up with the best costume you can!

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Enjoy our food and companion for the night.

Bubble Tea frenzy had not only reach Malaysia. Apparently Korea also have this Heuk Hwa Dang 黑花堂 known as Korea no.1 Bubble milk Tea brand at the moment now opened its first branch in the heart of SS15.

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A style of its own and variety of milk tea available.

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They also specialize in softserve and their nougat cracker.

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Some of the drinks we tried:
Brown Sugar Bubble Milk @ RM 12.90 & Matcha Marble Milk Tea @ RM 13.90

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Rose Bubble milk Tea @ RM 12.90 & Jasmin Bubble Milk Tea @ RM 12.90

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Brown Sugar Coffee Latte @ RM 13.90

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1. Americano @ RM 9.90
2. Assamu Black Tea @ RM 8.90
3. Shakerato @ RM 12.90

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Coffee Bubble Soft Serve @ RM 15.90

This also mark Heuk Hwa Dang 黑花堂 also join in the race to be one of the bubble milk tea brand in ss15.

Heuk Hwa Dang 黑花堂
57, Jalan SS 15/8a,
Ss 15, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor

Operating Hours:
Daily : 11am – 12am

Tel: 010-233 9527

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