Soya Beancurd with Sugar Syrup
This is the traditional type sold in Singapore, soya beancurd served with just sugar syrup. This soya beancurd has a soft and very smooth texture that you can literally swallow without chewing. Very nice.
Soya Beancurd with Gula Melaka
This soya beancurd uses gula melaka instead of sugar syrup as its sweetener. It is not overly sweet and goes well with the smooth beancurd. Very good.
Soya Milk Almond
Nice almond flavour with rich soya milk tastes, that isn’t diluted. This is refreshingly good.
Soya Milk Peppermint
This has a mild minty peppermint taste. Feels kind of strange to have a minty flavoured soya milk, but tastes decent.
Soya Milk Bandung
This has bandung syrup added instead of sugar syrup. Nice soya bean flavours with slightly sweet taste of bandung. Lovely.
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