1. Jewels Rock Sugar Sticks Nonya Heritage
The Nonya Heritage is a collection of rock sugar sticks that takes a spin on the Peranakan culture. These Jewel Rock Sugar Sticks are handcrafted in collaboration with Poh Heng Jewellery, naturally crystallized, flavoured, and clad in 24 carats of edible gold. Featuring 5 flavours: Longan Cheng Teng, Coconut, Pandan Chiffon, Butterfly Blue Pea Yam and Rose Bandung. Perfect for tea, sparkling water, cocktails, coffee, or as a candy on its own. Truly a beauty to admire.
Jewels Rock Sugar Sticks are made by Singapore’s oldest and only sugar manufacturer.
2. Rainbow Lapis by Cooking Art (Traditional Kampung Kaya)
Their traditional kayas are coconut jams made from delicately cooked coconut milk, eggs and sugar. A go-to for many Singaporeans breakfast or coffee break snack, spread on a crisp toast with butter to indulge in. A must have spread in every pantry.
3. Kueh D’petite x Killiney
Their traditional kayas are coconut jams made from delicately cooked coconut milk, eggs and sugar. A go to for many Singaporeans breakfast or coffee break snack, spread on a crisp toast with butter to indulge in. A must have spread in every pantry.
4. KOGI Emperor Crispy Chicken Flour Mix
Including a flour mix and marinade, follow the simple recipe on the back to achieve golden brown perfection with Kogi’s Chicken Flour. Your local go-to batter mix for fried chicken, there is no better way to put together a quick delicious fried chicken dish for sharing.
5. Killiney’s Premium Milk Tea
When one mentions Killiney, the rich aroma of freshly brewed tea and crisp kaya toast immediately comes to mind. Since 1919, Killiney Kopitiam has been serving customers from the same location at 67 Killiney Road in Singapore. Now, you can savour the taste of Killiney Teh anytime, anywhere. This smooth creamy and velvety finish, perfect for a midday pick me up, to reminisce on the good times.
6. SOS’s Circuit Breaker (Spicy Sauce)
This combination of fresh habaneros and yellow capsicums made by The SOS Kitchen, a fiery yet delectable sauce. Can be used to add a ‘kick’ into pastas or pizzas, as a marinade for grilled meats, fish and veggies. Or even as a dip with cheese, crackers and nachos! Well-rounded in every way, kick back and enjoy some mid-day snacks, take a circuit breaker.
Sachi is a first-of-its-kind soy alcoholic beverage that is brewed from soy (tofu) whey, using SinFooTech’s patented fermentation technology. Containing 7% alcohol-by-volume, Sachi has a fruity and floral, sake-like flavour profile that is achieved without the use of any flavour additives. It is also rich in soy antioxidants (isoflavones), and is gluten-free. Have a try at this refreshing beverage!
8. Ooh Mala Prawn Cracker
These Mala Prawn Crackers by Ooh Mala, offer a twist on the nostalgic crackers that we enjoy. Traditionally made using sun-dried raw crackers, they poof up within seconds in the deep fryer to the crisp white fluffy and airy crackers. Known as Keropok to us locals, they are tossed in Ooh Mala’s Signature Mala spices to add a twist to traditional snacking. Dig into the kick of spice and consume with caution as you might just find yourself hooked onto this addictive mix!
9. Hook Coffee Singapore Products
Made of a Medium to Dark degree roast, Hook Coffee’s Singablend's coffee are well suited for espresso brews. Similar to a nostalgic snack that’s familiar to every Singaporean, the iced gem biscuits are tidbits of our childhood and history. Buttery and milky biscuits coupled with hints of sugary meringue sweetness — the familiar taste of these humble yet adored biscuits in their limited edition National Day blend will bring back fond childhood memories of growing up in Singapore. A sip will get you craving some local biscuits, this coffee would make a perfect pairing with its deliciously creamy mouthfeel, subtle sweetness, and low acidity.
10. Yikowei’s Pineapple Tarts
Stuffed with the delicious filling we meet every Chinese New Year, Yikowei’s Pineapple Tarts are a definite must have in every snack bar. A delightful buttery pastry to sink your teeth into with a sweet yet tangy pineapple jam filling. Having had 40 years of experience in making traditional snacks, Yikowei has a vision to make old-style Singapore snacks relevant to modern consumers.