January 5th, 2013 — Coffee
Tags: 3-in-1, 4-in-1, Coffee Bean, Malaysia, Ready-to-Drink, Singapore, The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf
Coffee Bean 4-in-1 coffee
Coffee Bean 4-in-1 coffee sachets
The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf has finally come out with its "Ready to drink" coffee equivalent to Starbucks Via.
However, unlike Starbucks Via, Coffee Bean’s version comes in 3-in-1 or 4-in-1 ready with cream and sugar.
The 4-in-1 Columbian Coffee comes with cream, sugar and ginseng too! Each pack comes with 12 sachets. The taste? Taste very much like Old Town White Coffee 3-in-1.
Retailing at MYR19.00 (Currently available at MYR 17.49 at Jusco supermarkets) at selected supermarkets in Malaysia and Singapore.
June 30th, 2012 — Coffee
Tags: Alcohol, Alcoholic coffee, Czech Republic, Metelka Black Coffee Liqueur, Singapore
Metelka Black Coffee Liqueur is a concoction of black coffee liqueur. It originates from Czech Republic and has 17% alcohol.
Metelka Black Coffee Liqueur
The black coffee liqueur has strong scent of Caribbean rum but yet tastes mild and pretty delightful with the taste of coffee and caramel with a hint of fine rum.
Metelka Black Coffee Liqueur are available in 500ml bottle can be purchased from Sing Global Pte. Ltd. in Singapore.
April 24th, 2012 — Cafe, Coffee
Tags: Malaysia, Singapore, Starbucks, Starbucks Mocha Cookie Crumble Frappuccino
Starbucks Mocha Cookie Crumble Frappuccino
Starbucks Mocha Cookie Crumble Frappuccino blended beverage is the latest offering from Starbucks.
First taste, Starbucks Mocha Cookie Crumble is rich in chocolaty taste but yet not too sweet. The cookies used are Oreo cookies inclusive of those sprinkles at the top of the chocolate-flavored whipped cream.
Also available is Starbucks Chocolate Cookie Crumble Frappuccino. Retails at MYR 15.00 for Tall, MYR 16.00 for Grande and MYR 17.00 for Venti at all Starbucks in Malaysia and Singapore for a limited time.
September 13th, 2011 — Coffee
Tags: Australia, Instant coffee, Malaysia, Singapore, Starbucks, Starbucks Via
Starbucks Via has finally arrived in Malaysia, Singapore and Australia. Starbucks Via is an instant coffee first introduced two years ago in the United States.
Starbucks Via in 12 Single-Serve Sachets
Starbucks Via in 3 Single-Serve Sachets
Starbucks Via Italian Roast
Starbucks Via Italian Roast consists of extra bold instant and microground coffee. The first taste, you can’t tell whether it’s brewed coffee or instant coffee as the bold flavor of the microground Arabica coffee hides the fact it’s instant coffee.
However, unlike what most people think, Starbucks Via is instant coffee but it’s not 3-in-1 coffee as there are no sugar or creamers mixed in it, therefore retaining the aromatic flavor of the coffee.
Starbucks Via Colombia is made of medium instant and microground coffee where it is milder in flavor and taste.
To make Starbucks Via coffee, you just need to add 180ml hot water, and perhaps milk, sugar or creamer too as necessary.
Both Starbucks Via Colombia and Italian Roast are originated from Colombia.
In Malaysia, Starbucks Via are available in 3-count (MYR 8.00) or 12-count pack (MYR 28.00), in two flavors — Colombia and Italian Roast in all Starbucks stores.
In Singapore, Starbucks Via are available in 3-count ($3.90) or 12-count pack ($13.90), in Colombia, Italian Roast and Decaf Italian Roast in all Starbucks stores.
June 23rd, 2011 — Art, Cafe, Coffee
Tags: 1 Caramel, Angry Birds, Coffee art, Singapore
Angry Birds Coffee Art by 1 Caramel
The world has hit by the Angry Birds craze and nonetheless, 1 Caramel, a cafe, patisserie and atelier based in Singapore started to craft its macchiato with Angry Birds coffee art.
Via GQ British
November 15th, 2010 — Coffee
Tags: A Cafe La, Korean, Ready-to-Drink, RTD, Singapore
A Cafe La Premium Coffees
A Cafe La, a premium RTD coffee from Korea comes with five different flavors namely Caramel Machiatto, Americano, Vanilla Latte and Black Tea and Cafe Latte.
A Cafe La coffee are distinctively aromatic and heavenly in taste. Made from premium blend of coffee beans from Colombia, Brazil and Ethiopia, A Cafe La is product by Binggrae, a leading food company in Korea, popular with ice-cream, milk & yogurt.
The coffee are currently only available in 7-Eleven Singapore.
Retailing at SGD 2.00 at 7-Eleven’s in Singapore.
July 19th, 2009 — Cafe, Coffee
Tags: Iced Latte, Singapore, Starbucks
Starbucks’ Iced Latte
Starbucks’ Iced Latte which was promoted together with Starbucks’ Dark Berry Mocha Frappuccino in Singapore is a refreshing drink. It’s good as a thirst-quenching drink and it’s an enjoyable drink. What’s more, one can add Irish cream to it, making it even a more wonderful drink.
Retailing at SGD $6.30 at all Starbucks Singapore.
July 12th, 2009 — Canned Drinks, Coffee
Tags: Japan, Ready-to-Drink, RTD, Singapore, UCC, UCC Blended Coffee
UCC Blended Coffee
We all are familiar with UCC when it comes to gourmet coffee as its name is a household name in Japan and many other countries.
UCC Blended Coffee which can be purchased at Carrefour, Singapore for SGD $1.60 is yet another great coffee drink from UCC. It has distinctive and strong coffee flavor and you can easily tell it’s not a milk coffee. In fact, it uses skimmed milk and it’s made in Japan.
July 5th, 2009 — Canned Drinks, Coffee
Tags: Ready-to-Drink, RTD, Singapore, Super, White coffee
Super Charcoal Ipoh White Coffee in a can
Previously, we have introduced Super 3-in-1 Charcoal Roasted Ipoh White Coffee. The same thing is available in canned drink in Singapore! So, it saves you the hassle of making instant coffee as it is a prepackaged can drink.
Like the 3-in-1 coffee, the can version is just as good minus the freshness you get from the instant coffee.
Retailing at SGD $1.25. Super Charcoal Ipoh White Coffee 240ml is available from Jason’s Market Place in Singapore.
June 27th, 2009 — Cafe, Chocolate, Coffee
Tags: McCafe, Mochaccino, Singapore
McCafe’s, McDonald’s very own cafe are only available in 15 countries worldwide and I had the opportunity to drop by one in Singapore. So, I ordered a Mochaccino because I’m expecting coffee art. However, unlike the ones I saw on other blogs, the Mochaccino I ordered from Wisma Atria’s branch does not have any coffee art. Disappointed, but I thought the coffee is quite lovely. In fact, Mochaccino is not merely coffee, it’s espresso coffee mixed with chocolate and frothy milk. Pretty good, I would say.
Retailing SGD $3.95 at McCafe in Singapore.