We know that popcorn has its very own unconventional flavours, but many people may overlook or not give the same attention to cotton candy. Lai lai, we’re here to change all that. If you think that cotton candy still only comes in flavours like strawberry or blueberry (which will never go wrong har, so nothing wrong with that), be prepared to be blown off your feet.
You know nowadays ah, people are increasingly creative and daring, experimenting with different flavours to stand out from the crowd. This applies to cotton candy as well. As such, sit down, relax, and take a look at what cotton candy flavours have evolved to include over the years.
1. Pickle Cotton Candy
Okay, we’re not going to pretend that everyone will like this lah. Pickles are very subjective – it’s either you enjoy eating them, or you don’t. For those who are the former or always have to so mafan and put pickles onto your burgers, Pickle Cotton Candy might be your thing. Depending on which manufacturer you get it from, some people describe the taste as similar to the herb dill. Others also have gotten a hint of mint in it.
2. Spicy Jalapeño Cotton Candy
Why stick to normal sweet cotton candy when you can have a spicy version? Apparently, Spicy Jalapeño Cotton Candy is supposed to offer that nice balance – sweet and spicy. Double confirm your taste buds will be a bit confused, but if you can get past how contrasting this cotton candy flavour is, you might receive a flavourful punch.
3. Pina Colada Cotton Candy
Just to be clear ah, we’re talking about pina colada mocktail, not the cocktail one. This is because, as Singapore’s favourite uncle, we cannot leave out our Muslim friends and younger folks. Besides, Pina Colada Cotton Candy also contains no alcohol lah, so the taste should be like a fruit punch. If next time you want to go to the beach hor, we recommend bringing this as a snack.
4. Pandan Cotton Candy
Pandan is one of those flavours that *almost* every Singaporean loves. Smells good and tastes good, what’s not to like? We put pandan in many foods, from nasi lemak to bread and cakes. Now, there’s also Pandan Cotton Candy to feed your local food obsession, made specially by Uncle DiDi. Don’t say we never warn you ah, but this flavour is super addictive, and its light green colour may tempt you to eat more.
5. Lychee Cotton Candy
Usually, we have to wait for the lychee season, which is in May and June, to take place. With Uncle DiDi’s Lychee Cotton Candy, you can have the taste of lychee whenever you want. Swee! No such thing as artificial flavourings hor, because all the ingredients we use are genuine and of premium quality. We purposefully created our Lychee Cotton Candy to be sweet and tarty at the same time – super appetising.
6. Mermaid / Rainbow / Unicorn Tub
With so many cotton candy flavours to choose from, it’s no wonder that Singaporeans are picky eaters. That’s why we have come up with Mermaid, Rainbow, and Unicorn Tubs – all of which contain a blend of three different flavours. Talk about that true shiok factor! Mermaid Tub is Mango, Grape, and Green Apple, Rainbow Tub is Mango, Strawberry, and Blueberry, while the Unicorn Tub is Strawberry, Blueberry, and Grape. Since our individual flavours are already so delicious liao, imagine how good it is when they are all combined.
While all these flavours are indeed one-of-a-kind, you can feel free to let your imagination run wild and create even more wacky flavours. At Uncle DiDi, that’s entirely possible with our OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) services. Simply let us know what you want, and we’ll try our best to bring that flavour to life. See, that’s how much we care hor.
You already know that you can come to Uncle DiDi for the best cotton candy in Singapore, but what if you want to be adventurous and try your hand at making fresh cotton candy in the comfort of your own home? The steps are quite easy lah, so you don’t have to be a chef. All you need is Uncle DiDi’s Home-Use Cotton Candy Maker and Raw Ingredients to get started.