Monday, December 6, 2010

Have you tried the new Magum Temptation Chocolate?

I have never been a huge fan of ice-cream, especially not those you pick out from the freezer section of the supermarket. Well only if it is a funky brand like Ben and Jerry or else why resort to that level when you can get good gelato around town? (More on this fabulous place soon, i promise).

However after watching a corny TV advertisement where it featured a lady that looked like Angelina Jolie (not that it mattered of course), i finally got hold of myself the new Magnum Temptation Chocolate.

This looked premium, just from the packaging, i mean how often does ice-cream come in individual packaging? Retailing at 7-11 for close to AUD 4 but a pack of 3 in the supermarket is only AUD 7.99!

Oh look at that beauty. However, unlike a typical Magnum, it does look like it underwent a bit of a weight loss program. Although promised with white chocolate and brownie bits, if heaven was a flavour, this should be it or close to it. 


Pumped with the bits i was talking about, the downside is the lack of ice-cream in it, although one can always have an extra one, couldn't you?

Gosh, talking about it, i think i know what is for dessert tonight!


Michelle Chin said...

The only thing I like about magnum is the shell. I'm a cornetto person than magnum.

J said...

Mmmm... Sounds n looks good! :)
(Price tag definitely a bit hefty though, if you buy from 7-11)

"Joe" who is constantly craving said...

j: yeah i didnt realised till i bought it from the supermarket!

mchin: well i love the cornetto cone!

eiling lim said...

Well at least the corny advertisement got your attention! The ice-cream looked so good and i kinda like the packaging too

Sean said...

gosh, i can't recall the last time i saw a magnum in kl. but remember the catchphrase that they used to have for the malaysian ads? you'll never forget your first magnum, or something like that :D

"Joe" who is constantly craving said...

sean: haha dont they still sell it?

eiling: yeah i got sold by the packaging.