|Type||Cold chocolate beverage|
|Flavour||Sweet chocolate beverage|
Milo Dinosaur or Milo Tabur is a Malaysian and Singaporean beverage, composed of a cup of iced Milo (a chocolate malt beverage) with undissolved Milo powder added on top of it.
History and preparation
Also known as "milo-godzilla" and "ta-chiu", The drink is made by adding a generous amount of undissolved Milo powder to a cup of iced Milo. The amount of powder added can be excessive or as little as a spoonful. The drink is common in Malaysia and Singapore.
Typically sold at Mamak stalls, Milo Dinosaur can be accompanied with roti prata. The beverage is considered to be inexpensive in Singapore; As of 2013[update] its pricing ranges from S$3 to S$3.50. The beverage is one of board games, Taboo Singapore's terms for guessing. Milo Dinosaur has inspired the creation of "Godzilla Milo", a cupcake sold at a Singapore-based pastry store. According to one Taiwan-based beverage store offering the drink, it is a "super popular" crowd-pleaser for the younger generation. Milo Dinosaur is also prominent in Malaysia, and in fact, originated from Malaysian Indian food stalls .
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