If you haven’t already heard, Starbucks Singapore recently launched a locally-inspired menu, featuring its first-ever, Singapore-only Shiok-ah-ccino!
Inspired by local desserts, the Shiok-ah-ccino is made with gula melaka and blended with its signature coffee Frappuccino, layered on top of coffee jelly and topped off with whipped cream, more gula melaka, and toasted coconut for an added crunch.
With Singapore celebrating National Day on Wednesday (9 August), what better way is there to celebrate the Republic’s 52nd birthday than to do it the way the city knows how – indulging in all things Shiok and Singapore.
With plenty to do and see with your family and friends, your National Day celebration is covered with Starbucks! Here’s how:
#1 Visit the Singapore-themed concept store
Remember the days you spent crawling through playground tunnels, especially the iconic dragon playground in Toa Payoh?
Well, revive those childhood memories by checking out Starbucks at Raffles City Shopping Centre for a concept store that is specially decked out in all things Singapore.
#2 Grab a cuppa Shiok-ah-ccino for everyone in the family
Unleash your inner foodie with this satisfying number that will remind you of why you’re proud to be living in one of the food capitals of the world.
So go ahead and bring along old school games that once accompanied you on recess breaks as you celebrate precious memories that make Singapore home.
Psst, we’ve also seen how photogenic this frap can be – so it might very well worth be grabbing one for Instagram.
#3 Snap one for the memories with Starbucks Singapore’s live-sized Merlion and Samsui Woman Bearista bears
The Singapore-only plushies are here for a limited time – so get your dose of fun at the photo booth, cuddle up and snap away.
While you can’t take these home with you, the regular sized plushies make the perfect gift for little ones, tourists, or anyone who wants a piece of Singapore.
These festivities will be happening at Starbucks Raffles City Shopping Centre till 13 August.
All images courtesy of Starbucks Singapore.