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Locally, it's called shaved snow. In Taiwan, it's called xue hua bing. The New Haven Independent called it "sweet, faintly creamy, and refreshing." Each shaved snow treat starts as a block of milk and water with a flavor—such as taro, strawberry, mango, or green tea—before it's shaved super thin. The result is a tall cup of light and fluffy shaved ice that helps make hot days cool and anyone low on sugar friendly again. Snojoy Cafe has plenty more fun treats too, including hot fondue, fruit-piled Belgium waffles, and mochi.