Toppings are the chewy pieces of food that are added to the drink for a cost of $0.60 cents extra to the regular or large size of the drink. Hence the name was always misconceived as 'floating on the drink' as most of the toppings did not actually float, but were so-named due to the fact that it was 'added' to the drink to 'top' it up, i.e. make it complete, whereas the weight of the toppings were actually denser than the drink itself. It is stated to be delicious and the perfect complement with the drink.
How it was consumedEdit
It was consumed by using a large straw to sip it up simultaneously with the drink, while 'inexperienced' consumers often sipped the drink up first, leaving lots of toppings behind. The small straw couldn't do this, as it only let the consumer sip the drink without the topping. Plus, toppings couldn't be bought by itself, as it was only to be served as a one standard size serving complementing any drink (excluding spring water).
Choices of toppingsEdit
- Aloe Vera – A jelly that is both irresistible and healthy.
- Fig Jelly – This is a topping high in protein and fibre, which leads a path to good digestion. It’s natural sweetness will only enhance your appetite!
- Grape Jelly – A jelly that is guaranteed to satisfy.
- Green Apple Jelly – A topping that is both sweet and sour which is also a favourite.
- Herbal Jelly - Jelly that is healthy for your body, made from boiled herbs.
- Lychee Jelly – A tasty jelly that complements almost any beverage.
- Mango Jelly - A nice jelly with tangy mango flavour.
- Pearls – Irresistible boiled tapioca jelly balls that are chewy and fun!
- Pineapple Jelly – Tempting and sweet, this is jelly known to captivate your taste buds.
- Rainbow Jelly – A clever mix of a variety of jelly flavours to leave consumers pampered.