凤爪。 Why the grandiose name? An early form of marketing? Cognitive dissonance at work? Then again I don’t like eating chicken feet. But I know many who do. This snappily edited short video’s for you:
(found on Yi-sheng’s blog)
I’d never seen these before, but I really like the antiquated aesthetics: the box illustration, colours, type and the old Morinaga logo.
Only $1.20 a box, so I got two: traditional milk caramels on the left, more modern green tea ones on the right.
UPDATED — as requested by Mayann:
PS: I like the matcha ones better. The milk ones are too sweet.
Sweet Meats are handmade plush objects that look like various cuts of meat. They are made out of super cuddly polar fleece, cotton quilting thread and polyester fiberfill stuffing. All of the meats come in individual (toy) size and some also come in family (pillow) size.
Browse the whole range at Sweet Meats
Then check out The Food Section for a Q&A with the maker of these meaty plushies.
(thanks! ;o) )
More at Singapura Daily Makan Photo
Liberty Market and Candy Empire stock Altoids, but only one or two kinds (and has Candy Empire honestly turned over a new leaf after it was shamed for discriminating against wheelchair-bound shoppers?).
Is there anyone in Singapore who will please bring these in?
(btw, Altoids’ Valentine’s Day promo website, in case you’re bored.)