Many of us would have gotten the news that White Rabbit is now in drinkable form. Yes, White Rabbit DIY drinks are now available on the shelves on NTUC Finest. There are four flavours, which are:
- White Peach Oolong Tea (Pink)
- Sea Salt and Cheese (Blue)
- French-style Milk Tea (White)
- Genki Black Tea (Yellow)
In stores, all of them cost $2.15 each. And inside each cup, there will be
- Milk powder
- Condensed milk
- Nata de coco
- Red beans or Tea bag
- A straw
The instructions are found on the side of each cup. There are 2 drinks that has tea bags and they are the White Peach Oolong Tea and the Genki Black Tea. For these drinks, the steps are:
- Put the tea bag into the cup and pour hot water
- Leave it in for 2 minutes and remove tea bag (you can leave it in longer, or don’t remove it at all for stronger taste)
- Pour in the rest of the sachets and stir
- Add ice for coldness
As for the other 2, here are the steps:
- Pour all the ingredients into the cup
- Pour hot water and stir until powder is dissolved
- Let it sit for awhile to cool
- Add ice for coldness
Disclaimer: This review is solely based on our thoughts and experiences after tasting the drinks. We kindly ask to respect our views and if you disagree, do comment in the comment section below.
The taste Test
French-Style Milk Tea
Honestly, we have no idea where the French comes from but the taste of this flavour is superb. There is a different hint of milk tea for this French-style milk tea. Even with one sachet of condensed milk, the sweetness is bearable. You can definitely taste the White Rabbit-ness in this drink. It’s a pleasant sip.
Sea Salt and Cheese
This is a very odd flavour to us. You can actually smell the cheesy-ness of the drink after you’ve made it. As for the taste, there is the tinge of White Rabbit-ness and subtle sea salt too. It also gives off the ‘too much of it, can give you a tummy ache’ vibe.
White Peach Oolong Tea
At first sip, you can taste the fruity notes of peach sweetness of the peach as stated as the flavour. The peach smell was strong too. Even with the sweetness from the condensed milk and the flavouring, the sweetness is bearable. It’s an interesting Oolong taste that we’ve never tried before. And the base – White Rabbit-ness – is prominent.
Genki Black Tea
Honestly, this one doesn’t taste unique at all. There’s a prominent milk tea and White Rabbit tinge to it. The black tea of the drink couldn’t be tasted. There isn’t much to say about this flavour because it really didn’t live up to its name.
In conclusion, these drinks were easy to make and if you want something fun and DIY, you can definitely get them off the shelves of NTUC Finest. However, with the craze over them, there might not be any stock left. You can try CAROUSELL but be prepared for a marked up price.
Generally, all the flavours have a similar base taste and that would be the milky touch of White Rabbit. We would recommend the drink them cold but if you like them as a hot drink, it could work too.