“Kowloon milk is the shiznit”
You Fight Like a Dairy Farmer
Last week Mr. Know-It-All explained the city’s dairy conundrum (“What’s the difference between milk and “milk drink?” August 19, Issue 1159). Facebook readers despair:
Sugar, water, flavor and other “goodies” are typical added ingredients of anything that has “drink” attached to it.
Unless it’s a cocktail. Kåre Core Lohse Which milk is made from powder? The supermarket only stocks imported milk. Nowadays, many come from Europe which is cheaper. I have also bought US milk though ;) Stephan Ortmann Do you only shop at posh expat supermarkets then? I can’t even get real fresh orange juice at my local Wellcome. Nestle Dairy Farm and Vita (and other local brands partly) use ‘milk solids’ and taste vile... Angela Kwok Milk products are pretty rancid here but if i am not incorrect there is a general milk intolorance here, so that might have to do with it. Mark Bruins I remember trying “milk beverage” for the first time in China thinking it was just regular milk. Man do I regret putting that stuff in my coffee, it tastes like sour yoghurt Scott Anthony Hegarty Kowloon milk is the shiznit Jake Cope Only in hong wrong Andy Felders