Tshedi Mholo, the other half of Afro-pop sensation Malaika, has a sweet tooth.
And to test just how much creaminess and smoothness her palate can take, we got her to try some of SA's favourite custard brands.
First up was a cup of First Choice custard.
She considered it to be too sweet. And, she said, it had too much of an egg taste.
"I don't like this one because it's got a strange aftertaste to it."
The Pick n Pay custard was also judged to be unsatisfactory.
Its overly runny consistency left a bland taste in Tshedi's mouth.
Next, Tshedi helped herself to a spoonful of Clover's Ultramel custard.
"Though I like its sweet and rich taste, I think it's too thick. So it's a no for me," she said.
A tub of Woolworths' fresh vanilla custard was next in line.
Tshedi liked it because she thought it tasted as if it was home-made.
"It's got a different taste from the others. It tastes like it was created from a home-made recipe," she said, taking another mouthful.
Parmalat's vanilla dairy custard was her choice for the spot of runner-up.
"It wasn't as sweet as the others but had a slightly similar taste to Woolworths' custard."
Tshedi confessed that custard was one of her favourite indulgences, especially when spread over warm Malva pudding.
She said it was a Christmas treat she had enjoyed thoroughly during the holidays. - Lerato Matsaneng