Keventers brings every Milkshake lover in Nairobi to their yard

If you have ever wondered if Milkshake tasted better in a traditional milk bottle and sipped through a paper straw (although I wonder why you would wonder about such things) you would have wondered right!What’s more, it is healthier than drinking from a plastic cup and using plastic straws… just saying.

If you have been to India or Dubai, there’s a strong possibility that you’ve come across a Keventers milkshake store. And well, Blue Mango Food International Limited partnered with Keventers to bring the brand to East Africa. They recently opened their first store in Africa at the new wing of the Village Market mall.

Keventers milkshakes are not only delicious but authentic with recipes that have been passed on for four generations.
They offer classic shakes such as Vanilla, Strawberry, Butterscotch and Cold coffee as well as thick shakes like Bubblegum, Caramello popcorn, Almond saffron, Salted caramel, Banoffee among other exotic and delicious combinations. In total, Keventers milkshake menu boasts of about 28 delicious milkshake flavors and just in case you have an intolerance to lactose or are a non-dairy consumer, worry not as the brand is looking to introduce vegan and dairy free shakes in future.

Tarun Revoo and Jay Shah loved the versatility of Keventers when they came across it in India and became certain that milk lovers of all ages would definitely crave another shake after their first try. So they decided it would only be best if Kenyans and other East Africans experienced the deliciousness too.

What’s so different about Keventers milkshakes as opposed to other milkshakes you may ask? Well, a lot! But you may need to make a trip to the Village Market and find out for yourself but I’ll tell you what, it’s not everyday that you come across a milkshake store that serves your milkshake (prepared the old-fashioned way) in a thoughtful, traditional glass milk bottle which you are allowed to keep and use as you please.

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  1. Boaz WARUKU July 16th, 2013 at 8:10 pm

    Bwana Hassan, how many cooks are there in your kitchen helping you with the cooking? You already served the main course on March 09, 2013 at Bomas of Kenya in the glare of international media and general public, what takes you more than 5 months to serve the pudding? Do you require more cooks? Do you know that many cooks spoil the broth? Over-cooked results is bad for your digestion, be forewarned

    1. upuzi_tele July 17th, 2013 at 4:43 am

      The Tyranny of Numbers isn’t adding up.

      1. Kwessi Pratt July 17th, 2013 at 2:57 pm

        There is some truth in that indeed!

  2. CHRIS OJOW WUOD UGENYA July 17th, 2013 at 8:57 am


  3. elijah July 17th, 2013 at 9:21 am

    Hizi ni side shows………..Hassan did his dirty work and now he go

  4. Kwessi Pratt July 17th, 2013 at 2:53 pm

    Successive Kenyan governments have perfected the art of destroying our once respected professionals. Issack Hassan WONT release results any time soon. Only after we cant recollect 1milloin votes were used to “top-up” and the tripple magicals 111, 333, 444, 888, is only when we will have the results!


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