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September 20, 2009

Blush Yogurt: Organic Frozen Yogurt

Filed under: Food — Tags: , , , — DBNewsWorld @ 9:49 PM

Blush

I will be completely honest, I am infatuated with Blush’s logo and that is probably the only reason I’ve decided to do a review on my experience trying their frozen yogurt. Long story short, frozen yogurt places are a dime a dozen. They are EVERYWHERE. They started out popular in Southern California or something and there is one almost on every street in the bay area. It’s a tasty, refreshing, and fun treat to have, especially during the summer when our global warming planet is being fucked.

In any case, I went to the location in Milipitas, the store was bright and hip looking. The guy who served my friend and me was handsome and friendly. They offer 4 flavors, two of which are rotated daily: Original (Tart), Blush (pomegranate and dragon fruit), and on this particular visit, Chocolate and Acai Blueberry. I got a small Blush which was a lovely pink color and I got kiwi toppings. It was enjoyable, although I still don’t know what the big deal is about eating cultured shit, I seem to inevitably get stomachaches regardless. They have this neat music dock where they have an iPod Touch which you can change the song, or you can put in your own iPod. They were playing top 100 crap.

I had a nice experience. It’d be a cute place to end a date or something. Not that I would no, the prostitutes I call up normally don’t require me to wine and dine them. Nutrition information is here if you are concerned about your calories. They have a website, so check it out through the source link!

Rating: 4 Bananas out of 5

Milpitas Town Center
489 E Calaveras Blvd
Milpitas, CA
408-935-8752

[Source BlushYogurt]

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1 Comment »

  1. i think you might like the logo cause the berries look like boobs. or maybe a lopsided butt

    Comment by yvonne — September 21, 2009 @ 11:59 PM


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