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32A Bali Lane
Stateland Cafe
Singapore 189868

Friday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Saturday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Sunday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Monday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

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🍩🍦: Cookie Butter Softserve on Mochi Donut
📍: Brother Bird x Stateland Asian-Fusion Cafe

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Brown Sugar Caramel Softserve - $7
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Softserve using the brown sugar is too light in taste, but I love it when it’s paired with additional brown sugar caramel sauce, giving the taste an extra boost. The sugar coated corn flakes adds crunch to the smooth softserve. So addictive
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Brother Bird
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Another of those desserts that appeared in my social media feed, Brother Bird is known to me for their interestingly-shaped soft-serve and mochi bakes, so it is best to just order their Mochi Donut with Softserve (S$15.00) for a taste of both.

Ok. Not a taste, but a whole portion to finish.

Although it may look simple, but the Mochi Donut reminded me of a really sticky mochi with a crust like the Butterfly. And it also comes with some crunches to add a dimension of texture to the dessert. The soft-serve flavour was said to rotate very regularly, but the taste itself carried more milk than the periodic flavour, and that is probably good for those who do not like soft-serve to be too sweet.

However, be warned. Much as the dessert is Instagrammable, we know what will happen to the cold soft-serve when it meets with a freshly-made Mochi Donut. It’s not very fun to eat melted ice-cream with soggy donuts.

HOLD UP, the mochi donut was served warm & it was super crispy. Had the choice between cookie butter and brown sugar soft serve. Cookie butter soft serve was light&&&&& creamy. You basically can taste every component of the soft serve. First comes a light cookie butter taste followed by the milky taste of it. Y’all should all try it!!!

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Brown sugar softserve, salted corn flakes, brown sugar caramel.
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Cheers to the weekend !

This dessert comes with 3 mochi donut balls, soft serve (which has two flavours to choose from- cookie butter, or a flavour that changes weekly), some cereal, and a cute little gingerbread man. The donut balls burst when we cut into them, and dark earl grey lava flowed out. The lava is sweeter than I thought it would be, while the cookie butter soft serve is milder than I expected, yet the two flavours worked really well together. It was not overwhelmingly sweet unlike most desserts I’ve tried, making it not so gelat. Do note that they do not operate on Tuesdays though! The first time we went (which was a Tuesday), we were really disappointed to find out that it was not open.

Overall rating: 8/10

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just 3 tiny pieces for decoration 😅), the white chrysanthemum softserve is the last series of the weekly tea flavours in the month of December. The softserve was smooth, creamy with a subtle floral fragrance that was distinct only in the first few mouthful. Sad to admit that the flavour was mild and died off after only a few spoonful. Would have been great if more goji berries were given instead of a heap of salted cornflakes too! 😅 Among all the tea flavours I’ve tried @brotherbirdflagship , my personal favourite for this series would be Black beauty tea, which is more distinct and lingering .
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I’ll admit that I haven’t tried every single one of the things in Brother Bird’s Edible Giftbox, but among the ones that I have, the Raspberry Mochi Donut is my favourite!

The glaze is meek in its sweetness, and is punctuated with a mild pulse of tartness from the dried raspberry bits. The donut itself, which is my favourite part, was dense and chewy (albeit a little greasy).

Somehow, I feel like the resistance and the elasticity that every bite embodies would normally be met with flak. However, in Brother Bird’s case, it feels so fitting and in fact, sensible to the point of being inherent. It’s not surprising though, given they’ve taken their time (months, specifically) under wraps in navigating towards the perfect recipe for these. (7.5/10)

Brother Bird has launched an edible giftbox in time for the holidays! This box comes with six delectable treats — (top, clockwise) Matcha Mochi Croissant, Butterscotch Pecan Mochi Croissant, Brown Sugar Mochi Croissant, Sticky Bun (Kouign-Amann 40-30-30 style), Raspberry Mochi Donut and Madagascan Vanilla Donut — all for $18.

You can get your hands on these. All you have to simply reserve a box of these with them via text at 92964997. It’s great for people like myself who don’t do well with calls! 😂 (7.6/10)

The softserve is smooth and not too creamy, with a subtle lingering fragrance which could have been more distinct. The salted cornflakes added a pleasant crunch factor and comes embedded within the softserve too. Would personally prefer if there is a stronger and more intense tea flavour as this was rather mild for my liking. Thanks @brotherbirdflagship for the complimentary treat! 💖 .
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Mine came with almond crunch instead of salted cornflakes which was a fortunate incident for me as I m huge fan of the almond crunch toppings here 💖. The toasted popcorn, however, paled in comparison apart from contributing to an additional crisp factor. The cornsilk green tea softserve isn’t the matcha kind of green tea as expected, with a light, mild note which I wasn’t a fan of. Suited for those with a lighter palate and if you are in need of a refreshing cold treat for the humid weather, I strongly recommend getting the bottles beverage instead (which is cheaper with a more distinct flavour). Paling much in comparison to the previous black beauty tea, I do hope that the next rotational flavour: osmanthus oolong would live up to expectations 🙏🏻 .
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The green tea soft serve was not what I expected. Where is my green soft serve? The flavor was spot on, a calm and soothing, subtle green tea flavor that wasn’t fixated on all that matcha bitterness. Loved it!
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Monster can’t wait to get out to try the new flavors!
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sesame flavour was intense and deep and it complimented well with the almond crumble and matcha pastry!! different textures in the dessert which gave it a more pleasant mouthfeel. slightly pricey but p chill place to hang out :-) —— $7+ (cant rmbr exactly how much oops)

I read up a little about this flavour as I was trying it, and needless to say, it had me hyped up! As far as I understand, this black Chinese tea is made from tea leaves harvested from perennial trees (many aging at least hundreds of years) in the Yunnan province of China. You hardly get any yield from them as they return little harvest despite taking ages to grow, so it can be said to be uncommon.

There are plenty of descriptive words you can assign to this flavour, but the ones that resonate with me most are “woody”, “earthy” and perhaps “floral”. It’s kind of a blend of the usual Chinese tea and Earl Grey Tea. It may also seem unorthodox to put black tea together with sugar-coated corn flakes, but when you taste it for yourself, you’ll find that it is one sensible combination. Come to think of it, it’s really not hard to understand their co-existence on the same cup since both black tea and cereal are breakfast products.

My favourite part of this was the bits of black jelly that you’ll get to when you’re halfway through it. Its taste is very much redolent of the pearls you get at bubble tea shops, though it has the chewiness of Thai Red Rubies. I’m impressed, really. Brother Bird remains consistently good, fresh and relevant with the passing of every rotational flavour. I’m genuinely looking forward to the upcoming flavours! (7.7/10)

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