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506 Bishan Street 11
Singapore 570506

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11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

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Got the Blood Orange & Mango, and the Dark Chocolate for our 1 for 1 takeaway 😋 The Dark Chocolate won, hands down! Intense, rich and just the right sweetness. The Blood Orange & Mango was a little too sweet for my liking, and had that artifical sweetness similar to those bottled fruit juice..? It was not a gr8 experience, bloody hell~

Roasted Pistachio
First time trying roasted pistachio flavor and I absolutely love it! The roasted pistachio taste was really strong and fragrant! It’s rich, roasted and creamy. A perfect balance between nutty and sweet. Highly recommend this flavor!

The hojicha taste was really strong as well. It’s earthy, rich and smooth. The bitter roasted green tea was well balanced with a sweet-end to it.

Pistachio was very nutty in flavor, wouldnt say its the best in town but pretty value for money. We had the Hazelnut with choc chip and vanilla - the choc chip was bitter hence we guessed that dark choc was used for it.
Just 3 mins walk from bishan mrt station, a convenient and chill cafe for an afternoon.

Was sorely deprived of my favourite ice creams during the circuit breaker, so I promptly made an order for Denzy when they resumed operations after a temporary closure. Their selection of flavours was trimmed down to optimise production - but even then, I had trouble selecting which to purchase!! Ended up with hojicha ($12), mixed berries ($16), dark chocolate ($16) and whiskey with salted pecan ($16) - snagged these at a 15% discount and with free delivery. They were very well received by the family!!

Chose this cos I’m curious how red ruby chocolate would taste like. It’s...hard to describe! Closer to the taste and feel of white chocolate, but way less sweet. The raspberry added a layer of tanginess to an otherwise ‘jelat’ dessert.

It’s impossible to narrow your selection down to one flavour, so we always end up with a double scoop ($8.40) 😋 the first cup featured hojicha with cereal milk. The slightly bitter tang of roasted tea was balanced by a sweeter finish. The second cup had dark chocolate with burnt rice! The rich, intense flavour is complemented by hints of bitterness & saltiness. I particularly liked that the burnt rice had lots of texture to it!

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