Move over Brown Sugar Pearl Milk, there’s a new food craze in town. The latest food trend to hit Vancouver are White Rabbit-flavoured treats.
What is White Rabbit Candy?
For the uninitiated, White Rabbit is an iconic Chinese candy originating from Shanghai during the 1940s. The candy is white and cylindrical in appearance and has a soft, chewy texture.
The list of ingredients include liquid maltose, white granulated sugar, whole milk powder, butter, food additives (gelatin, vanillin), and edible glutinous rice paper (made of corn starch, cassave starch, water, and glyceryl monostearate) Each candy contains 20 calories and less than 4 grams of carbohydrates.
White Rabbit Bubble Tea, Ice Cream and Treats in Vancouver
A few eateries in Vancouver have jumped on the trend and come up with White Rabbit flavoured treats. Like many hyped up food crazes, these creations may be limited time only so if you want to try them out you should hurry.
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Canadian-founded Intea offers White Rabbit Bubble Tea in Original and Matcha flavours at their Vancouver location.
2790 West Broadway, Vancouver
2035-4000 No 3 Road, Richmond (Aberdeen Square)
29 E Esplanade, North Vancouver
IceQueen Queen which specializes in fried ice cream rolls is offering a White Rabbit flavoured ice cream at their Richmond location.
2355-4000 No.3 Road, Richmond
2967 West Broadway, Vancouver
Snowbear Bakery offers White Rabbit sugar flavoured cakes in a few varieties: Original, Matcha, Rose Milk Tea, Red Bean, Cherry Blossom, Blueberries, Chocolate, Tiramisu and so forth. These appear to be whole cakes which require pre-ordering.
115-6011 No.1 Road, Richmond