Chupa Chups lollipops now available as sparkling soda in Singapore

We hear it tastes like the real thing.

By Mandy How | December 8, 2017

Heads up, purveyors of nostalgia — childhood candy Chupa Chups lollipops are now available in soda form. Best of all, they’re available in Singapore.

Much like their hard candied counterparts, Sparkling Chupa Chups sodas come in strawberry and cream, orange, and grape flavours, which we discovered courtesy of all-things-new-and-viral Singaporean Twitter user Xavier Lur: 

Here are his signature pretty pictures up close:

Source: Twitter/Xavier Lur
Source: Twitter/Xavier Lur
Source: Twitter/Xavier Lur

So let’s get to the essentials: it costs S$1.80 per can, and can be found at Koryo Mart (a Korean mart) near Beauty World MRT station. 

Source: Twitter/Xavier Lur

Here are some reviews from people who have tried the drink before:


Tried this a little while back just haven't gotten around to posting about it. This is the Chupa Chups Sparking Strawberries and Cream soda. I was pretty sure I was not going to like this as I don't like dairy and soda mixed. But I still wanted to try it just to see. I think it tastes very similar to the chupa chup candy it is supposed to resemble so that is a good thing. It's very sweet and does have that milk type flavour like Milkis (a popular Korean milk soda). So if you like that and like sweet strawberry taste this might be for you. I didn't really care for it but as I mentioned I kinda knew that going into it. #soda #lifeinkorea #koreadrinks #convienencestore #chupachups #chupachupssoda #strawberriesandcream #츄파춥스 #츄파춥스스파클링 #7eleven #7elevenkorea

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“Tastes like typical soda, sweet and gassy.”

Now this secret’s out, you might find it out of stock at the mart, so we’d say it’s best not to get your hopes up of snagging it on your first try. Otherwise, you could also try your luck at other Korean marts around Singapore.


Top image adapted from Twitter user @Xavier Lur

About Mandy How

Mandy is a pantry rat. She eats everything in the pantry (except other people's food).

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