Now available in Serbia!


We proudly announced our partnership with Fornatura to bring Singabera products to Serbia. We welcome retailer and private shop owner to carry our ginger drinks.

Singabera Fornatura Magazine Ad at Lekoviito Bilje - 12/16

Singabera Fornatura Magazine Ad at Lekoviito Bilje - 12/16

If you live in Serbia, want to try our products but can't find in your nearby shops, please drop an email to or visit, our partner will more than happy to help you.


Singabera at Takashimaya, Singapore


We proudly inform you that our Premium Ginger Drinks and Organic Coconut Sugar are now available at Takashimaya Gourmet World, Level B2 since April 2016. Takashimaya is located in Ngee Ann City, Orchard Road. With this new outlet, we hope our products are more easily accessible to the pungent drink fans and natural sweetener lover around Singapore. 

Besides, you can also order thru or call (65) 9222 2106 to make your order. Our partner will be more than happy to help you.

Continuously we will add more product selections to satisfy your craving for delicious all natural products. Follow us at Facebook and Instagram for more updates!


Happy Christmas Everyone!


Christmas is a special season of the year that brings joy, peace and love around us. We wish you a happy Christmas and a wonderful holiday.



Organic Coconut Sugar in Singapore Expo This Week



For those of us who observe certain religious or dietary restrictions, looking for good quality product that meet our needs could be somehow challenging. Especially if we are out of our home country. This weekend might be a lucky week for you who's looking for halal product in Singapore. Selections of halal products and services from various Asia regions, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Japan, Taiwan and many more, are gathered together in Halal International 2015, one of the biggest halal exhibition in Singapore. 

Are you looking for delicious natural and organic products with halal certification?

Well, why don't you come to Singapore Expo this weekend and discover Singabera's products to satisfy your cravings. You can find premium quality organic coconut sugar from Indonesia.

Coconut sugar is believed as a healthier alternative to regular table sugar because of its lower GI that makes it friendlier for diabetic. It has much more nutrient than 'empty' cane sugar besides its delicious soft caramel taste. Commonly coconut sugar is used for cooking in Asian dishes but it apparently also suits well for baking and to accompany your morning coffee or afternoon tea. 

You can also taste the best natural ginger drinks that specially use daily fresh squeezed hand-harvested ginger, no extract - no artificial flavour. As we know ginger is rich of health benefits from the basic one like keeping your body warm (especially in this rainy season) and relieving nausea, until the amazing advantages in arthritis and asthma treatment, reducing risk of cancer and helping lower cholesterol level.


Healthy & Sustainable Natural Sweetener


Coconut sugar, also often referred as palm sugar, coconut palm sugar or coconut nectar has been used traditionally for thousand of years in South-East Asia for cooking, baking and mixing with beverages. Coconut sugar comes from golden coconut palm blossom nectar that is tapped from the flower buds of the coconut palm and minimally processed without involvement of chemical/artificial ingredient in the production, resulting a high purity of natural sweetener. 

High Nutrient Content Sweetener

Coconut sugar is naturally rich in vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients. It contains potassium, magnesium, zinc, iron, some amino acids and vitamins B1, B2, B3 & B6 as well as antioxidants. Regular table sugar has no nutrients other sucrose and calories. We don't say coconut sugar is superfood, but it certainly offers higher nutrient that white cane sugar. 

Lower Glycemic Index

The glycemic index (GI) is the measurement of how carbohydrates affect blood sugar levels after eating. High GI foods are rapidly digested and absorbed by the body and cause powerful spikes in blood sugar. Low-GI foods in contrary are absorbed more slowly, preventing health damaging insulin spike and therefore produce lower and slower rise of the blood sugar, which have proven benefits for health. 

Regular table sugar ranks 60-65 on glycemic index. The index of high-fructose corn syrup, the most commonly used sweetener in processed foods in the USA, is 75. Other popular natural sweetener, maple syrup has a GI of around 54. The GI of coconut sugar is 35, lower than these other sweeteners and making it a better option. 

Coconut Sugar is Sustainable

According The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the World Bank, coconut sugar is the single most sustainable sweetener in the world because coconut palm trees can produce more sugar than sugar cane, around 50-75% more per acre, and use less soil nutrients and water in the process. One coconut tree can be tapped continuously for the next 2 decades and moreover it can survive in damaged soil and actually restore it. So coconut palm trees not just provide healthy sweetener for human being but also benefit the environment ecologically. 
How amazing is that!



Singabera Latte

Our choice of coffee replacement for afternoon break or lazy weekend mornings. This soothing, caffeine-free drink is also perfect to relax our mind before bed.



1 sachet - Singabera Original Ginger
200 ml - Fresh Milk


Put aside 1/4 teaspoon Singabera Original Ginger for garnish.

Using espresso machine:
Combine Singabera Original Ginger and milk in a metal pitcher and froth together.

Using electric frother:
Heat the milk over medium heat, let it simmer but don’t boil the milk. Add Singabera Original Ginger and whip with electric frother until you get the desired volume of froth.

Pour in a cup or mug and sprinkle the rest of Singabera Original Ginger Drink powder on top before serving.


Use our Singabera Cinnamon Ginger for a Christmassy feeling!


Lemongrass Mojito

Nothing beats the heat like a cool, refreshing glass of Lemongrass Mohito on a hot summer day. We usually multiple the recipes and serve this citrusy, minty, gingery drink in a big jar. Be aware, it won’t last long. 



1 sachet - Singabera Lemongrass Ginger
45 ml - Bacardi Light Rum
6 pcs - Mint Leaves
1 cm - Lemongrass
one half - Lime
1 tbsp. (15 ml) - Simple Syrup
Soda / Sparkling Water 
Crushed Ice


Cut the lime into wedges and place into sturdy glass. Put lemongrass and use a muddler to crush them lightly. Add Singabera Lemongrass Ginger, Bacardi Light Rum, mint leaves and simple syrup in the glass and stir until well. Fill the glass almost to the top with crushed ice and top up with soda water.

Orange Ginger

We also call this the ‘shoo away flu’ mocktail. Beside the health benefit of ginger in helping relieve cold & flu symptoms, the high vitamin C in orange helps strengthen immune system and the anti-bacterial effects of honey are also very well known.
What could be better than that?



1 sachet - Singabera Original Ginger
2 pcs - Orange
one half - Pear
2 tbsp. (30 ml) - Honey
Crushed Ice


Cut and peel the orange to get the flesh; set aside the peels. Combine Singabera Original Ginger, orange flesh, pear and honey in a blender, mix until smooth. Pour into a glass and fill the glass almost to the top with crushed ice.


Make use of the leftover orange peels for garnish or candy it! You can substitute the orange with 150ml fresh orange juice.

Apple Zen

The mix of Apple, Beetroot and Carrot was believed to be very effective in maintaining the health of several body organs and the brain functions. We created a gingery mocktail version of this so-called ‘Miracle Drink’.



1 sachet - Singabera Cinnamon Ginger
90 ml - Fresh Apple Juice
45 ml - Fresh Carrot Juice
10 gr - Beetroot
Crushed Ice


Combine the Singabera Cinnamon Ginger, apple juice, carrot juice and beetroot in a blender, mix it all together until smooth. Pour into a glass and fill the glass with crushed ice.


Crushed ice will give a bar-quality touch for your homemade drinks. 

The Green

Our version of green smoothies with hint of tangy ginger & cinnamon is a great morning booster. Ginger and cinnamon help stimulate the immune system naturally and horenso (japanese spinach) is particularly rich in calcium and iron.
Also, the mild taste of horenso makes it friendlier for kids. 



1 sachet - Singabera Cinnamon Ginger
1 bunch - Fresh Horenso
100 ml - Apple Juice
Ice Cubes


Add Singabera Cinnamon Ginger, horenso and apple juice in a blender. Put 2 or 3 ice cubes on top. Mix it all together with a medium speed for a start and turn it up one notch at a time until smooth. Pour into a glass, add more ice cubes if you like and serve.


If you cannot find horenso in your area, you can always substitute with kale or spinach.