Abana Singapore, the company who brought you the super popular beverage from Taiwan, Chun Cui He 純萃喝。, has brought in another hot selling beverage - Suo Yi Milk Tea 所以奶茶! This drink will be perfect for those who are lactose intolerant with its soy milk formulation. This drink is said to be even more popular among the locals in Taiwan!
Suo Yi Milk Tea 所以奶茶 is now available in 2 flavours, Black Tea and Green Tea at selected Cheers and FairPrice Xpress stores, with an introductory promo price of 2 for $4.90. You can mix and match with Chun Cui He 純萃喝。too! Check it out today! (more…)
Make sure you're stocked up on your favourite 純萃喝 drink for the week. Now also available at your friendly Cheers, FairPrice Xpress and selected FairPrice stores! Get the milk tea or latte at 2 for $4.90 (UP $5.60) from now till 8 May 2017! Remember the earl grey milk tea is seasonal and available for a limited time only!
The Chun Cui He Milk Tea and Latte have been flying off the shelves since launch, however the hype has died down since the recall of the Milk Tea flavour as it contains the non-permitted ingredient L-theanine. Now prepare for another rush to grab the new flavour, Green Milk Tea launching today, hitting 7-Eleven shelves progressively! Grab one if you can find it on your way to work!
Buy 2 bottles of Chun Cui He Latte at a special promotional price of $4.90 (U.P $5.60). Available at all 7 Eleven stores while stocks last! Share, Like and spread the love!
Remember only the milk tea was recalled, not the latte! BQ has noticed that the latte drink is available quite readily at several 7 Eleven stores, so hurry and grab them now!
From Agri-Food & Veterinary Authority of Singapore (AVA):
Recall of “Just Drink- Milk Tea” (纯萃喝)
AVA has worked with the importer of “Just Drink- Milk Tea” (纯萃喝) to recall the product as it contains the ingredient L-theanine. L-theanine is currently not on the list of permitted food additive under the Food Regulations of Singapore.
Do not be alarmed, L-theanine is an organic compound that is found in certain plants. There is no food safety risk associated with the recalled products.
However, consumers who have consumed this product and have any health concerns can consult your doctor or seek medical advice.