You Can Buy White Rabbit Milk Tea in Singapore for S$2.15

You Can Buy White Rabbit Milk Tea in Singapore for S$2.15

Milk tea gets a nostalgic twist with a well-loved snack.

If there’s one particular candy that can transport anyone back to their childhood, it’s White Rabbit. Famous for its red, blue, and white packaging, this soft and chewy candy is a delicious snack that summons plenty of fond memories. Now, it’s making a comeback in another form just as dear to Singaporeans: milk tea. 

Offering a twist on the iconic milk-based candy, the White Rabbit milk tea is available at FairPrice Finest stores for S$2.15. For the same price, you can also try different flavours of this drink, such as the White Peach Oolong Tea, Sea Salt, and Genki Black Tea

Also read: 17 Nostalgic Street Snacks in Singapore that Bring Tears to Our Eyes

You know what the best part is? Anytime you feel like staying indoors, you can have these instant White Rabbit drinks delivered to your home instead. They’re available on Lazada and Shopee, too. 

How to prepare the White Rabbit milk tea at home

Each cup of the White Rabbit milk tea comes with milk powder, condensed milk, red beans, nata de coco, and a straw. On the side of the cup, you can find instructions on how to prepare this sweet drink at home.

White Rabbit Milk Tea Ingredients

Image credit: Shopee Singapore

Simply add the ingredients into the cup, along with your preferred amount of condensed milk. Then pour in hot water at a temperature above 85°C and stir the mixture for about 10 to 15 seconds. At last, you can enjoy this milk tea — and probably the taste of your childhood — to your heart’s content. 

Also read: 10 Iconic Singapore Snacks Locals Recommend You Try

Would you drink this White Rabbit milk tea if you had the chance? Or, maybe you’ve seen other interesting White Rabbit-themed products in the market? Let us know in the comments section of our Facebook page! 

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