First introduced in 1974, Binggrae’s famous Korean banana milk has been a hit worldwide, and loved by people of all ages. Over the years, other banana milk brands such as Seoul Milk Banana Milk and Maeil’s Banana Milk have gained recognition, selling the well-loved drink that has captured the hearts of many a round the world, not just South Koreans.
If you want to save some cash and a trip to the grocery store, you can. Here’s an easy recipe you can follow to recreate this trendy drink. Trust us, it tastes JUST as good. Without further ado, here is how you can make Korean Fresh Banana Milk.
Have you ever tried fresh strawberry milk with a Korean twist to it? This refreshing Korean fresh strawberry milk drink is usually sold in the summertime in various boutique cafés around Seoul, Korea.
The difference between regular strawberry milk and Korean strawberry milk is the fact that real strawberries are used in the Korean version. Nothing is artificial or processed in the bottle of Korean strawberry milk.
The prices range from S$6 to S$8 for just one bottle. Sounds expensive? We think so too. Especially when you just need 10 minutes of your time and 3 ingredients. It’s that easy. Here is a Korean fresh strawberry milk recipe on how to make this popular drink at home.
You’ve seen Dalgona coffee being whipped up by the masses all over social media. It has taken the internet by storm, and people have come up with their own recipes for this sweet drink. Dalgona is a type of Korean honeycomb candy, and Dalgona coffee is a whipped coffee treat that is made typically using instant coffee, sugar, and hot water. For our Dalgona coffee recipe, click here.
The Matcha Dalgona Latte is a twist to the usual Dalgona whipped drink, and today we’ll show you an easy matcha dalgona latte recipe on how you can make this popular drink in 3 simple steps.
All you need is an egg white, matcha powder, and sugar to make matcha dalgona latte at home.
It’s all over Facebook, Instagram and every other social media platform you see – it’s Dalgona Coffee. Dalgona is actually a traditional Korean candy that is made with sugar and baking soda to form a caramel consistency, where after that it is hardened and shapes are pressed into it. When you whip the coffee up, it also resembles the texture of molten dalgona candy, hence the name!
We’ve narrowed down these three simple steps such that you can also enjoy this viral drink everyone seems to be having. It’s definitely a lot easier than you think!
We all know that feeling when you step into the office and immediately feel the desire for the day to end. Been there, done that.
So when Friday rolls around, you’re dying to meet your pals or gals for a good night out. Run-of-the-mill bars and pubs aren’t good enough and you want something a little more fun and a little more special to celebrate the end of a tiring week of work.
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If you were to look up the best cafes in the Bugis area, you would have a pretty hefty list. It’s definitely a hot spot for new openings with the abundance of shophouses and lots for retail and F&B.
Newly opened in Jalan Klapa, near the North Bridge area and a few streets down of the famed Haji Lane and Arab Street, is Double Up Coffee. It’s a minimalist’s dream with stone seats, wooden furnishings and an overall industrial theme.
EXCLUSIVE: Machi Machi Singapore will be opening on 18 Jan 2020 11am at Arab Street and here’s an exclusive first look at Jay Chou’s bubble tea brand.
Machi Machi, a Taiwanese bubble tea speciality brand, has set up its first Singapore outlet. And trust us, it is worth a visit.
Machi Machi offers diverse flavours of bubble teas such as fresh fruits, cream cheese and lattes. Choose from five different tea bases: Tieguanyin Oolong Tea, Sun Moon Lake Black Tea, Pekoe Jasmine Green Tea, and Ceylon Highland Black Tea.
Whether you are a fan of Jay Chou or are a dedicated milk tea lover, here’s what you can expect at Machi Machi Singapore.
When it comes to beverages, the Singapore market is already saturated with a plethora of brands jostling to see who can sell the best cup of bubble tea or coffee. So when we heard that Yomie’s Rice x Yogurt was bringing their highly raved-about yogurt drinks to the Singapore market, we were excited about this refreshing change.
Yomie’s Rice x Yogurt originates from Shanghai and they stand out in the traditional yogurt drink scene by selling yogurt drinks made from purple rice. The fresh in-house yogurt and rice blend provides their drinks with a viscous and creamy consistency which gives the drink an addictive, chewy bite. Moreover, these drinks are low in sugar and filled with probiotics and can be consumed as a meal replacement or diet drink.
Texture-wise aside, these drinks are great for health junkies who want to slurp away at something sweet without feeling the guilt. Made from high-quality milk that has been fermented for at least 48 hours in-house, all their drinks are chock full of essential vitamins and anti-oxidants. They also use complex grains that are high in fibre and great for your digestive system.
If you’re interested to try a cup (or two!) of Yomie’s Rice x Yogurt’s unique concoction, you can check them out at Westgate, Orchard Centrepoint and CityLink Mall.
There will also be a 1-for-1 promotion valid for all drinks during the grand opening of all existing branches. This will be happening on 21 December 2019, Saturday, and is limited to the first 150 customers (1 per pax) of all 3 outlets during 11am and 6pm until the drinks are sold out. In addition, vouchers (50% off) will also be given out for every purchase on the grand opening day itself. So, grab a friend and don’t miss out on this great deal!