Four Types of Drink You Can Try for Dipping Your Bread

Malaysian culture is full of uniqueness especially in the way of eating the food. For Malaysian people dipping bread in their drinks has become a common culture in this country. It doesn’t matter what type of bread you use to dip in the drink, even plain bread or flavored bread bun such as coffee bun can be used for dipping. Here are three types of drinks that can be a good combination to dip your bread:

  1. Milo

    Milo, it’s one of the drinks that can be a good pairing combination dipping with a bread bun. Milo was introduced in Malaysia by Nestle in 1950, as a tonic food drink. Their main target market is for the athletes to get the energy to keep going. How did Milo acquire its popularity? The Milo vans/trucks have helped to commercialize Milo to their customers. They generally exist in major sports events and school’s sports day (Just ask anybody from Malaysia, they will experience any event once with Milo vans in their life). From that point forward, it has been a brand icon for Milo. Since it’s free, everybody will be lined up to get one cup of it.

  2. Tea

    Tea is a scented drink prepared by pouring hot water over fresh leaves of Camellia Sinensis, an evergreen shrub native to China and East Asia. After water, it is the most widely consumed drink in the world. In Malaysia, there are many types of tea that you can find such as plain tea, green tea, milk tea, and Teh Tarik, but the most suitable dipping combination you can go for is milk tea or Teh Tarik that gives a creamy taste when you dip it.

  3. Horlicks

    Horlicks is another drink combination that you can go for, it is a sweet malted milk hot drink powder created by founders James and William Horlick. It was sold as “Horlick’s Infant and Invalids Food,” soon adding “aged and travelers” to their label. In the early twentieth century, it was sold as a powdered meal substitution drink mix.

    It was then marketed as a nutritional supplement and manufactured by GlaxoSmithKline (Consumer Healthcare) in the United Kingdom, Malaysia, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka, and Jamaica. It was beforehand in Kenya during the 2010s however it ceased because of low sales. It is now produced by the Anglo-Dutch organization Unilever.

  4. Chocolate

    Hot chocolate, also known as hot cocoa or drinking chocolate, is a warmed beverage consisting of shaved chocolate, melted chocolate or cocoa powder, warm milk or water, and usually a sweetener. Hot chocolate made with melted chocolate is sometimes called drinking chocolate, portrayed by less sweetness and a thicker consistency. This type of drink is a good choice you can try for dipping your bread bun.

    These are the four types of drink that could be a good combination for dipping a bread bun, if you are looking for the best bread bun you should try Papparoti signature coffee bun. Their coffee bun recipe is super delicious and is worth every penny you spend. They also offer some hot beverage combo that you can try with their unique coffee bun.

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