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Love the soya bean more than the coffee..
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4.5
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4.5
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4.5
Owl’s instant coffee taste great, but what’s really a hit with my family and I, is the instant soya bean curd pudding as an alternative to popular Lao Ban soya bean curd, Mr Bean and 51 Soya bean. The soya bean curd, or tau huay is so soft and silky and so easy to eat! All you need to do is mix the powder with water, boil it, let it cool outside before leaving in the fridge and wait for it to solidify! The result is a sweet, soft and succulent bowl of delicious soya bean curd pudding, which tastes so, so delicious. Almost as good as popular 51 and Laoban soya bean, and the best part is, you made it yourself.

Especially during periods of promotions (buy one get one free), Owl’s soya bean curd is so worth it (in my opinion)! The usual is $5.50 for one packet, where each packet contain 5 microwavable containers, and a sachet of soya bean powder that can fill all 5 containers! So for promotions period, that’ll make 10 bowls of soya bean worth $5.50, which means one bowl is about $0.55! Amazingly worth it, isn’t it? That always keeps me coming back for more, cheap and good quality tau huay!
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Not Owl then what ?
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4.5
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4.5
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5.0
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4.5
To me, coffee means Owl brand. I'm a coffee addict and I have to drink coffee to start of my day. Whenever I got to the NTUC fairprice near my place, it's a no-brainer to pick my favourite coffee. Even my family knows it.

The Owl brand coffee has been such an important part of my life that when i went to Malaysia once, I headed into their minimarts looking for the coffee. I was shocked when I realised they did not have the coffee in stock. I ended up buying another brand of coffee, which I do not want to describe how it tasted like. This coffee can be eaten with toast, biscuits and even nasi lemak. Somehow I feel this is one of the things taken for granted in singapore, but yet has played a huge part in many Singaporeans lives.

The bottomline is, my day can never begin without my cup of Owl brand coffee.

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When you have a cup in the morning
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Almost everywhere
Recommend to a friend:
Yes
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