Inside Scoop is known for their wide variety of ice cream flavours. From the unique alcoholic chocolate to our localised flavours of teh tarik and durian, the options are endless. With over 10 franchises set up across Klang Valley and the occasional appearance at pop-up events, this ice cream brand has certainly made a name for themselves in the dessert category.

Image Credit: Inside Scoop
Image Credit: Inside Scoop

In conjunction with their third year anniversary, Inside Scoop is celebrating with an ice cream competition. The prize? FREE ice cream for one. whole. year.

In order to participate, you would need to gather 3 people in a group and the challenge is to devour 12 scoops of ice cream in the fastest time.

The dates of the competition for each branch are as follows:

1) Damansara Jaya –Thursday, Nov 24
2) Bangsar – Friday, Nov 25
3) USJ Taipan – Saturday, Nov 26
4) Puchong – Sunday, Nov 27
5) Old Klang Road – Monday, Nov 28
6) Setia Alam – Tuesday, Nov 29
7) Mahkota Cheras – Wednesday, Nov 30
8) Kota Kemuning – Thursday, Dec 1
9) Sri Petaling – Friday, Dec 2
10) Taman Segar – Saturday, Dec 3

The grand finals for the competition will be held on Sunday, Dec 4, at their Damansara Jaya outlet.

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Before registering for the competition, present a proof of purchase at any outlet from November 2-20. It doesn’t matter the amount of purchase, but the receipt is a basic requirement to participating. Selected participants will then be notified if they have been chosen to join the competition.

Remember to register your team at any of the selected branches and don’t worry about the participation fee either, because it is free of charge. Even if you were to lose the competition, you would score yourself 12 free scoops of ice cream!

Image Credit: Malaysian Flavours

All 3 participants in a team must be present during the time of the competition and any late participants will be disqualified. All decisions made by the judges are final and they have the final say on the competition rules and ultimate winner.

ONE winner will be chosen from each outlet and the 10 groups of 3 participants will then battle it out at the grand finals on December 4. May the best ice cream eater win and remember to ignore the brain freeze!

Feature Image Credit: Inside Scoop, @mformarvellous

 
 
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