Lift your day and boost your mood with MoodMojee!
by Stanley P., Carrybeans
MoodMojee was recently launched nationwide by Anchor Food Professionals. Through specially crafted drinks, Anchor Food Professionals aims to introduce their product lines while also exploring international food trends and introducing them locally.
Carrybeans had the chance to go on a trip around KK with Anchor Food Professionals to try a few sips of their new beverages, and here’s what we thought of them.
Kayanika Fusion is a lot like Lemon Mint Meringue, in terms of it being a creamy dessert drink. Having said that, there’s actually more than meets the eye when it comes to this drink. Among all the drinks that we got to try, the Kayanika Fusion had the most traditional Malaysian feel to it. Thanks to the coconut milk, its creaminess comes off less sweet and more subdued compared to the Lemon Mint Meringue. To avoid being too boring, however, they also added a bit of kaya, gula melaka, pulut and red beans. This countered the subtlety and made the whole drink a joy to have.
While many of the MoodMojee drinks have a fun and young vibe to them, none of them feel as posh and classy as Pom & Grey Twist. The presentation of the drink is simple, but as you sip, you will realise the taste is anything but. The complexity of the drink comes from the mixture of Earl Grey tea and pomegranate syrup, giving it a complex, yet refreshing taste. At the same time, the layer of cream on top gives a subtle mellowness that balances out the whole drink.
White Chocoffee is basically what you get when you try making a chocolate drink and completely nail it. The drink is made by infusing white coffee with chocolate and peanut butter. This results in a rich and sweet concoction with hints of nutty essence in every sip. To top it off, the layer of cream makes White Chocoffee a classic, indulgent treat for all chocolate lovers out there.
One might think that the sweetness of chocolate and the sourness of citrus would not go well together, but one would be sorely mistaken. Yuzu Chocolate Surprise is made from mixing iced chocolate with Yuzu (a type of citrus fruit found in Japan, Korea and China) puree. The drink is served complete with salt lemon mint candy all along the rim of the glass. We personally think Yuzu Chocolate Surprise was the weakest among the six drinks we tried that day. But you might still like this if you happen to like simple chocolate drinks without all the heaviness of cream.