6 Malty Milo Cocktails In KL And Surrounds
Named for Milo of Croton, a 6th century BC wrestler famed for his Herculean strength, Malaysia’s favourite chocolate malt powder has found its way from our mamaks to the bars.
FUN FACT: Our "Malaysia Boleh!" motto can be credited to a catchy Milo campaign that aired during the 1998 Commonwealth Games, much in the same way that Santa Claus is depicted in red thanks to Coca-Cola.
At Knowhere Bangsar
Inspired by childhood breakfasts of bacon sandwiches and warming mugs of Milo, the Bacon Milo is meant to bring a smile to your lips as you recall the innocence of youth… and regale in the alcoholic pursuits of adulthood.
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At Wet Deck, W Kuala Lumpur
Always aspiring to be a little different, Wet Deck serves its Milo cocktail in a copper mug accompanied by a ladyfinger dipped in kaya.
At The Vault
Not the Milo Dinosaur you grew up drinking, The Vault’s version includes Kraken Spiced rum for a kick and Frangelico for a nutty aroma. Shaken, not stirred.
At Tujo Bar-serrie & Grill
Served in a (you guessed it) martini glass, the Milotini contains whisky, cinnamon syrup, milk, and a generous heap of Milo.
At Signature at The Roof
A triple threat—you can be sure of that! Milo might be the main ingredient in this cocktail, but rum, Baileys and Kahlua help liven up the party.
At Locker & Loft
Two ingredients are all it takes to craft this cocktail. We wish we could say it was love and tender care, but it’s really vodka and Milo. Thrown together by Deepak Gill for his house parties some 12 years ago, the perilously potent drink goes down easy. Way too easy.