If you are wondering how many drink tower varieties there are for you and your friends’ chill night out, you are at the right place. When it comes to ordering drink towers, the popular and familiar ones are Beer Tower, Milo Tower or Teh Bing Tower. Apart from filling the beer tower with these drinks, you can fill it with any drink that these eateries have.
They say good things are better when shared so instead of ordering an individual cup of drink, these ultimate thirst-quenching towers are available for you during your meal with your friends. Here is our list of 7 drink towers that you can choose from in Singapore to make your meal with your friends even more interesting.
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#1 BANDUNG TOWER
This drink is created with rose syrup by mixing it with condensed milk for a creamy finish. It is a whole tower of milky and rich bandung so be sure to ask your friends along if you are intending to order this.
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#2 HORLICKS TOWER
If you have not try Horlicks before, it is time to give it a shot. Horlicks is well-known as a healthier choice of drink due to the lesser amount of sugar as compared to other healthy energy drinks.
#3 ICE LIMAU TOWER
Ice Limau directly translates to “lime juice with ice”. If you are not a fan of sweet and heavy concoctions, an Ice Limau Tower is definitely a good thirst quencher. The main ingredient used for this beverage is freshly squeezed lime juice which is simply refreshing.
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#4 MILO TOWER
Most Singaporeans grew up drinking Milo and if you have tried Milo Dinosaur and Godzilla since you were young, a Milo Tower should be the next thing you try for an interesting experience. A tower like this can easily fill ten or more cups which is perfect for a large group.
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#5 SUGARCANE TOWER
If a cup of Sugarcane is not enough for you during your meal, you may consider ordering an entire tower full of Sugarcane. This will be more than enough to quench your thirst if you’re devouring delicious hawker food.
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#6 TEH BENG TOWER
Teh Bing simply means “Tea with Ice” and it is also another popular drink amongst Singaporeans. If you are a fan of this drink then Teh Ping Tower will definitely satisfy the iced tea lover in you.
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#7 THAI MILK TEA TOWER
Thai Ice Milk Tea (or Cha Yen) is not something new in Singapore and it is definitely a popular drink here. Thai Milk Tea is perfect to indulge alongside spicy Thai food.