One occasionally muses on the great mysteries of the cosmos, such as whether the Loch Ness monster actually exists, how the Aztecs constructed their temples, and why Milo served from a milo van always tastes better than the kind that is n’t poured into little paper plates from the side of an improvised truck.
We asked some friends what they thought about the Milo van’s cold, cocoa goodness and why it seems to hit people differently. We got everything from” sugar amounts” to “addictive ingredients,” and even milk conspiracy theories like “it uses UHT milk” and” there is a cow in the vehicle for fresh milk.”
Maisarah Abu Samah has her own theory as well. She founded the Milo High Club, a loose activity among her friends that is devoted to milo fans.
To achieve that smoothness, the film developer, who is in her later 30s, quipped,” You need to have the anger of driving the Milo from their creating all around Singapore to wherever the place is.”