How to order Kopi or Teh like a pro

Always wanted to order authentic kopitiam kopi (coffee) like a pro in Singapore?
Now you can learn how to faster than you can say "Uncle Kopi Si Kosong Peng!" with this exclusive Burpple guide.

Quick guide to ordering Kopi like a pro. (click on image to enlarge) (image source: burpple)
  • Kopi O, Kopi O Gau, Kopi O Po, Kopi O Siew Dai,
  • Kopi, Kopi Gau, Kopi Po, Kopi Siew Dai,
  • Kopi Gah Dai, Kopi Si, Kopi Si Kosong, Kopi O Kosong.
  • (for iced-version, just add "Peng" at the end)

Quick guide to ordering Teh like a pro. (click on image to enlarge) (image source: burpple)
  • Teh O, Teh O Gau, Teh O Po, Teh O Siew Dai,
  • Teh , Teh Gau, Teh Po, Teh Siew Dai,
  • Teh Gah Dai, Teh C, Teh C Kosong, Teh O Kosong.
  • Teh Tarik (pulled tea).
  • (with ginger? just mention halia or sarabat)
  • (for iced-version, just add "Peng" at the end)

Stuff you never knew (and some you already knew) about CURRY! (image source: burpple)
A guide to Curry.
  • "A generic term for a variety of dishes of South or Southeast Asian origins."
  • Curries typically contain 3 main ingredients (and a whole bunch of others): Cumin, Coriander, Tumeric.
  • Anglicised Tamil Word - கறி (kari), meaning 'sauce'.
  • The Chinese eat their curry with noodles.
  • The Japanese eat curry on average of 125 times a year.
  • Ingredients in curry help prevent diseases like colon cancer and Alzheimer's disease.
  • Curry also stimulates the release of endorphins, which is a great aphrodisiac.
  • Mr & Mrs Curry: Curry is the 313rd most common name in America.
  • Curry is a common surname throughout Ireland and Scotland.
  • There are 3 places in Cornwall bearing the name 'curry'.

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