Review: Bing Jin Sugar Cane Juice (Singapore)

Bing Jin Sugar Cane Juice: Sugarcane Juice

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Bing Jin Sugar Cane Juice

does sugarcane juice, soya bean milk and grass jelly drink. Tastes decent.


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Sugarcane Juice

Bing Jin Sugar Cane Juice does freshly pressed sugarcane juice that is fairly sweet and refreshing. Tastes decent.

Soya Bean Milk & Grass Jelly

Soya bean milk and grass jelly drink are available as well.

The soya bean milk has fairly decent soya bean flavours but tastes kind of diluted. The grass jelly drink has soft and smooth strands of grass jelly and decent flavours.

A soya bean milk with grass jelly is also available. It contains soft and smooth strands of grass jelly in a cup of soya bean milk. Decent soya bean flavours but a bit diluted.

These tastes ordinary but still fairly decent.

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LOCATION

Bing Jin Sugar Cane Juice

#01-60
Seah Im Food Centre

Singapore 099114

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