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Taiwanese Dessert, BlackBall @ Gurney Plaza, Penang

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In KL most of us fancy certain brand of Taiwanese Dessert as for Penang people, there are certain brand that capture their attention too. Blackball in Penang seems to be doing pretty well that have won many hearts of dessert people. I realiase it works for them in Penang too as this brand have quite a no.of branches.

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First time testing out this brand, which it seems is another famous brand from Taiwan that certainly have no doubt in the taste.

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While waiting for movies, then chill here for a while. Interior are pretty similiar to the others.

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Try one of their new signature with corn base ice, with taro balls, grass jelly, corn, jelly and ice cream. First few bites of corn ice taste alright as the more we take, we could not finish it as if not mistaken pineapple was added in as there are sourish end. Taro balls wasnt done that well, as the texture is soft and non chewy. Not bad overall.

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Another Blackball signature is serve with Taro Ball, Taro Q, Pearl, grass jelly and red beans served with some fresh milk (if serve cold). This is not bad as pretty strong taste of grass jelly is there, red bean added the bite texture, and I find it too much pearl for me. Next time should request less pearls. 😀

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Try out their classic Pearl Milk Tea and 25% is too pale for us as other brand 25% is just perfect. For Blackball 50% sugar in their drinks is just perfect. I love their Winter Melon Tea. Strong in taste and not that sweet. Next time I know where to ta pau my drinks before movie.

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 7/10, not bad lah~-Stamped-

–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

Locations:
BlackBall Gurney Plaza
6th floor (Beside old town white coffee)
Tel : 04-2261224

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Melissa 19/02/2013 - 11:02 am

I don’t quite like Blackball’s taro balls. Like what you said…not chewy and rather soft.

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Ken 20/02/2013 - 12:27 pm

It used to be special and unique for me at first but when they have expanded their business like now, where we can find it every corner in Penang, it has become something so common and I won’t even think of eating it anymore…..

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