I once asked my friends, “How would you describe ‘Snow Beer’”?
‘Snow + beer lo.’ A simple answer I got from a friend.
‘It was kinda like ice blended but the ice is much softer than the ice blended type.’ Described Yan in a more in-the-heart way.
‘Duno la, dunno how to describe, it looks special to me and it worth to give it a try’ answered Roy in a very blurry way.
‘A type of beer, nothing special, you can get it anywhere’ claimed Jimmy. He said he had them in Sydney before. @.@
Those were the simple answers I got from my friends. Meanwhile, I am really cracking my head, trying to define and describe what actually the snow beer is.
The 2 beer-y people, Ken and Roy brought us here in the night, for a little chilled out, and a little get-together and a small gathered-up farewell for our friend, Yee Meng. (It was not just Lok-Lok only for farewell, we also had the yum cha type for every of our friends who are leaving to foreign countries!)
Ta-da. Crystal House Café. We were here for a try out on snow beer. 2 beer-y people said it is special. Why not just head down and have it a try?
One of our friends had this which I have forgotten what that was.
Also this, must be some kind of tea with pearls?!
We had some beer too. (Of course! That was the main purpose we were there! Thanks, Yee Meng for the treat ^_^)
Freezing glass from the cool freezer. This may be a clear glass or may be a glass with a little of thin icy ice adhered on the wall of the glass. Not sure as I was too sleepy and tired, couldn’t open my eyes BIG BIG enough.
And here was my glass of foamy beer. When the waiter poured us the beer, it turned frothy from liquid. First sip — it was very foamy, quite different from others. There were blended of fine tiny ice as though the snow touched right on your lips. It was not very cold or warm. It was Just at the right cool temperature that soothe your throat and down to your stomach.
Besides beverage, we ordered also snacks to go along with our snowy beer.
This fried squids has my votes. The fried squid may seem normal but it is fried with oats and chili padi. They all had the fried squid while the left over of fried oats and chili padi was finished up by me myself alone. Hehehe. Imagine the aromatic spicy oats… hu-la-la. Maybe I can try it at home?!
‘Yum Sing’ cheers to our friendships. This was quite a right place for small chat and get-together. Besides, I find the snow beer was quite interesting. At least, it was my first time having this snowy foamy beer. It is special or not, depends on you all. ~
Crystal House Café
No. 1, Jalan Temenggung 13/9,
Bandar Mahkota Cheras,