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BRAND'S® Bird's Nest Fruity Affair!

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Want to have silky smooth & wrinkle-free complexion? Well, I’m someone who swears by Bird’s Nest, & I’m feeling the long-term effect as I age. It was well worth the investment!

This traditional Chinese delicacy is rich in nutrients & contains anti-aging property. It also helps cleanse lungs, & regulates the respiratory system (ideal for smokers & those prone to respiratory problems, coughs & colds).

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With BRAND'S® Bird's Nest in a bottle, it’s so convenient to drink this “yin” tonic! But does BRAND’S® Birds Nest really contain real bird’s nest?

Yes, #BRAND'S® uses genuine bird’s nests that are harvested from Indonesia & Thailand!

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Let’s party & have a fruity affair with BRAND'S® Bird's Nest! Simply add your favourite fruits like mangoes, & turn your #BirdsNest into a tasty mocktail!

brands birds nest recipe
You can also use other fruits like the #HawaiianPapaya! Here’s another version - Golden Bird’s Nest in Hawaiian Papaya (金玉燕窩满堂) which I’d prepare two years ago for Chinese New Year! Enjoy!

24 comments:

  1. Normally I drink it straight from the bottle... didn't really think of any other way to drink them... lazy me! :)

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    1. Reana, you can try adding some fun to it too! It's great for occasions such as CNY!

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  2. You have lotsa ideas, Shirley! Love how you have incorporated fruits! ^.^

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    1. Sharon, thks & I'm glad it has captured your heart as well :)

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  3. I am a strong supporter of Brands essence and occasionally I get the birds nest variety in hampers. Definitely will let go and try your simple style of using it for an enjoyable moment.

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    1. Nava, definitely great having another fan here!

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  4. Yummy expensive desserts! But like what you said - well worth the investment.

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  5. i love bird's nest. Boiled and ate a lot during my early pregnancy. i prefer the non-proccessed one than those ready-to-drink because the latter mostly toi much sugar in them.

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    1. Rose, of course it's always good to make our own since we can control the taste. The papaya dessert was made from scratch which can be time consuming for some.

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  6. Woah, looks good, i'd prefer the mango version over papaya :p

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    1. Ken, nice! I've added almond soya to the papaya dessert so it's can be real tasty too!

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  7. I like to make a jelly of it and stuffed it to tiny butternut sweet squash....

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  8. Love your new page. Like Ken I would like the mango version.

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    1. DS, thanks & have a wonderful weekend!

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  10. Good ideas! will skip the papaya version since I am allergic to papayas:D

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    1. MM, be creative & try with your fave fruits! ^_^

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