Kickapoo is a carbonated citrus-flavoured drink with a moniker ‘Kup Poh’, meaning frog. It is no wonder since Kickapoo is pronounced similarly to the moniker, and the drink is usually packaged in green like an amphibian.
If you haven't noticed, Iced Lemon Tea rhymes with ‘Clementi’, a neighbourhood and MRT station in the west of Singapore. It has no particular association to the residential area, though you may earn the respect of drink stallholders and be treated to a good cup of iced lemon tea.
What better way to end a greasy meal with a hot cup of Chinese tea? Otherwise known as ‘Diao Yu’, which means ‘fishing’ in Chinese, the beverage’s codeword is warranted by the similar freelining action we make when steeping a tea bag in the cup. In Singapore, there are mainly three types of Chinese tea served, namely Jasmine, Iron Buddha Oolong and Pu’er.
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