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The Best Frozen Yoghurt in Melbourne

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by Justine Crowley (subscribe)
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Published October 31st 2011
It is a blessing that organic frozen yoghurt has made it to the list. Cacao Green in Swanston Street produces and serves the most delicious and refreshing green tea organic frozen yoghurt among other varieties, and for a reasonable price as well. The moment I was offered a sample in passing through, I was converted to the great taste and the strong flavours; not to mention the great customer service and clean, yet chic, contemporary and attractive store front.

Even if frozen yoghurt is not your thing, you will still be pleasantly surprised to the great taste of quality frozen yoghurt here in the city, and especially at Cacao Green. A great, refreshing alternative to ice cream indeed.

Nearby in the QV Centre, Melbourne is spoilt for choice as another high quality frozen yoghurt establishment called Tutti Frutti has just opened its doors to the public in the urban market, and the flavours are so expansive and divine. We are talking about green tea, taro, chocolate and berry frozen yoghurts; yes you can easily have it all.

The saying "buyer beware" is really out in force here, and within good reason. The yoghurt is available on a self service basis with a large tub, and like filling a supermarket trolley (if your only buying a few grocery items, just grab a basket instead, your credit card and wallet will thank you for it) and that saying "buyer beware" really rings true at this establishment, no different to the supermarket analogy explained above.

Large tub, self service and a vast array of delicious frozen yoghurt = dangerous.

You can easily spend $10 for a tub of yoghurt here where you only intended to spend $4. Your product naturally would only get weighed after you finished serving yourself, and as you can imagine it is so easy to do. Enjoy.
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Why? Quality frozen yoghurt in the city
When: Anytime
Where: Melbourne CBD
Cost: $6
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