SINGAPORE - You've heard of Milo nuggets. What about Milo cubes?
The cute little snacks have been trending on social media lately, with netizens putting up them up for sale in Singapore, Malaysia and Brunei - where the "viral" product is not officially available.
It is currently only sold in African countries.
Social media users here are selling it for around $10 to $14 for a pack of 30 cubes.
A Japanese blogger who tried the cubes, which are supposed to be eaten as they are, wrote in his blog that they are not smooth nor soft like chocolate, but taste just like Milo powder.
Sounds like the ideal stuff for those who don't want to be seen eating Milo powder straight from the tin.
The cubes may be launched in Singapore later this year, Nestle Singapore said. A spokesperson told AsiaOne that they are exploring the possibility of the launch "given the interest we've received in the product".