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Where to get your White Rabbit fix – from kueh lapis to body lotion

If you haven’t yet noticed, the iconic candy is making a comeback. We’ve listed down some White Rabbit-inspired products – edible or otherwise – you can check out.

Where to get your White Rabbit fix – from kueh lapis to body lotion

(Photo: Facebook/White Rabbit Singapore)

White Rabbit is a staple in many Singaporean’s childhood snacking culture. And if you haven’t realised it yet, it’s making a comeback in all sorts of ways. From food and drinks to even non-edible products, the iconic candy is making its presence felt. 

We’ve listed down some White Rabbit-inspired treats to consider. Nin Jiom Pei Pa Koa ice cream has nothing on these.

White Rabbit blancmange roll. (Photo: Instagram/@ginthye_1964)

KUIH BAHULU AND KUEH LAPIS

Bored of the usual Chinese New Year goodies? Astound your visitors with this array of Chinese New Year offerings from Gin Thye – there’s kuih bahulu (S$18 per bottle), kueh lapis (S$20 per 350g) and blancmange roll. The latter comes in both original and chocolate flavours, at S$18 and S$19.80, respectively, for 400g.

Gin Thye's kueh bahulu. (Photo: ginthye.com.sg)

Gin Thye is at 427 Sembawang Road. Alternatively, order online at https://festive.ginthye.com

MILK DRINKS, BINGSU AND SMOOTHIES

White Rabbit milk drink. (Photo: White Rabbit Singapore)

Last October, White Rabbit opened a pop-up truck store on Shenton Way, next to the Farmers and Chefs cafe at Singapore Conference Hall. It was such a success that White Rabbit officially relaunched its milk drinks (S$5) at the cafe itself.

White Rabbit smoothie. (Photo: Facebook/UNICE Singapore)

Meanwhile, homegrown bubble tea spot UNICE is also offering its own yummy treats – the smoothie (S$3.90 for medium and S$5.90 for large) comes in an oh-so-Instagrammable cup and you can have the dessert bingsu, too. The latter is technically not a menu item by itself but served as an add-on to any of the other drinks offered at the store. Of course, the full White Rabbit experience dictates that you pair it with the smoothie.

You can also drop by a 7-Eleven, which now sells White Rabbit-flavoured packet drinks at S$2 per 200ml.

Farmers and Chefs Cafe is at 7 Shenton Way, #01-04 Singapore Conference Hall, while UNICE is at Northpoint City, 930 Yishun Ave 2, #B2-135.

CAKES AND CHIFFON ROLL

Pine Garden's White Rabbit cake. (Photo: Instagram/pgcake)

Pine Garden is known for its selection of high-quality affordable cakes, and they pulled out all the stops for their very own White Rabbit vanilla milk cake (S$38 to S$116), which is filled with milky cream and topped with candy chunks.

Cakeinspiration's White Rabbit chiffon roll. (Photo: Facebook/Cakeinspiration)

Not to be outdone, Cakeinspiration also has a slew of chiffon rolls that come in three flavours: Original, bandung rose, and Oreo. If the six-inch-long rolls (S$18) are a little too much, you can opt for the mini-sized four-inch rolls (S$11.80) instead. Expect a light and fluffy treat that will leave you craving for more.

Pine Garden is at 529 Ang Mo Kio Ave 10 #01-2369, but the cake will need to be pre-ordered on-site or online at https://www.pgcake.com. Cakeinspiration is at 253 Joo Chiat Road. You’ll need to let the shop know in advance via Whatsapp (9190 3668) or by ordering online at https://www.cake-inspiration.com.

BODY LOTION, PERFUME AND MORE

White Rabbit hand cream. (Photo: Facebook/White Rabbit Singapore)

Last but not least, if you would rather not eat or drink White Rabbit products, here are some other things you might like. White Rabbit recently released a line of beauty products that includes shower cream (S$12.60 for a 295ml bottle), body lotion (S$14.50 for a 295ml bottle), unisex perfume (S$28.10 for a 15ml bottle and S$55.30 for a 50ml bottle), hand cream (S$5.80 for a 30ml tube) and even a car fragrance diffuser (S$20.60)!

The products are a collaboration between White Rabbit and Scent Library, a Chinese fragrance retailer and distributor. Now you can smell like your favourite candy too. 

Available online at https://www.tmall.com/.

Source: CNA/mm

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