Posts Tagged ‘yeo’s’

Oct 31, 2016

Yeo’s Chrysanthemum Tea Drink Review

Another Yeo’s flavor drink review, this time it’s Chrysanthemum Tea Drink! Check out what I think about it!

Oct 29, 2016

Yeo’s Grass Jelly Asian Drink Review

Yeo’s is mostly known for their popular soy bean drink, but they manufacture other flavors and styles of drinks too. Check out my review for their grass jelly drink!

Oct 27, 2016

Yeo’s Ice Green Tea Drink Review

Yeo’s is known mostly for their soy bean drink, but they also produce other types and flavors. Check out this review for their Ice Green Tea drink.

Oct 22, 2016

Yeo’s Snow Pear Asian Drink Review

Check out Yeo’s juice line. They are mostly known for popular soy bean drink. Here’s my review of their Snow Pear Drink.

Jul 17, 2014

Drinking Yeo’s Soybean Drink

Jun 20, 2009

Yeo’s Soy Bean Drink: Authentic Asian Drink

I want to avoid calling “thuppo wum” “soymilk” because if my memory serves me correctly, Ming Tsai explained the difference between soymilk and soyjuice distinctly. I can’t quote him on it, but soymilk is when the soy bean is grinded back in with the boiled juice. On the other hand, soy juice is the byproduct of boiling the soy beans in water, then discarding the beans. And having tasted Yeo’s versus the craptastic “healthy” soymilk, I would think that Yeo’s doesn’t serve me any benefit besides satisfying my sweet tooth and that is the one I prefer.
I don’t want to call Yeo’s Soy Bean Drink soymilk because, for the obvious reason, Yeo’s doesn’t call it soymilk. It might technically be processed as soymilk, but that stuff goes down smooth so I don’t think there is a high ratio of beans in there if any. Unlike that nasty Silk, which looks like baby formula and tastes like a mouthful of glue, Yeo’s is sweet and light.
And to make a reference to another Asian drink I enjoy, there’s Vitasoy’s Coconut Soya Drink, which is a blend of cocunut and soy. It’s a creamy, sweet and even blend and for the American taste buds, it’s a refreshing tropical flavor that isn’t too alienating. Is it better than PiƱa colada? Sometimes. I’m a sucker for either one, as long as you’re paying.