Coconut Shakes are the newest, hottest drink that many Singaporeans have fallen in love with. Yes, Singaporeans still enjoy Bubble Tea, but these smooth, fragrant drinks have really gotten us smitten. Just look at some of the crazy queues for them.
Honestly, the drink is a match made in Heaven for Singapore’s weather. Our weather is constantly in summer overdrive and nothing beats a refreshing cup of Coconut Shake for cooling down. Coconut shakes don’t just belong at beaches now, everybody wants a cup for those hot afternoons at home too.
If you’re looking for that much-needed blast of coconut coolness, look through our compilation below for the most popular Coconut Shakes in Singapore.
Mr Coconut is the godfather of all Coconut Shakes in Singapore. They’ve already opened 20 outlets all around Singapore, and many of them are still drawing huge crowds.
If you need a refreshing drink, you can’t go wrong with their classic Coconut Shake (S$4.40/5.40). Made by blending their super fresh coconuts and creamy ice cream — it’s blissful sip after sip.
While Mr Coconut is probably Singapore’s biggest coconut shake brand, Co+Nut+Ink has international appeal. For those missing BKK, the coconut ice cream is actually follows Chatuchak coconut ice cream recipe.
You can get a Coconut Shake from as low as S$3.80, or get the Red Ruby (S$4.50) if you fancy something special. If you’re missing Chatuchak, then get the ice cream Classic Signature for S$5.50.
Bread & Butterfly
This is a rather new entrant into the Coconut Shake market in Singapore. Bread & Butterfly is an artisan gelato shop opened by the company behind concepts like Saveur.
Bread & Butterfly’s Coconut Shakes (S$5.50) are made using their own coconut ice cream. Naturally, you can expect a nice smooth texture for your shakes — no other shakes are made using artisan gelato after all.
While most of the other brands are normally found in shopping centres, Cocoboss is special — they operate out of a small retail space in Kovan. Their focus is naturally more on delivery.
Cocoboss might be new but they have plenty of quirky ideas, with a particularly interesting signature Roasted Coconut Shake (S$5.90/S$6.90). But you can also get Matcha and Cookies & Cream Coconut Shakes (all S$5.90/S$6.90)).
Fruce is a local brand which churns out some interesting fruit-based concoctions. Their main signatures revolve around avocado and coconut but with quirky little twists.
Instead of the typical coconut shakes, Fruce uses creamy avocados as the base in their Avocado Coconut (S$4.50). Alternatively, there’s the Taro Coconut (S$5) if you want something more like orh nee.
📍 23 Serangoon Central, #B2-34 NEX, Singapore 556083
🗓️ 11am–10pm (Daily)
“Shiok shiok” is printed onto all the cups of Coconutnut — and they are right. There aren’t many things more shiok than a cup of their coconut shake in our weather.
Coconutnut’s creative twists on their classic Coconut Gelato Shake (S$4.50/S$5.50) include Gula Melaka (S$5.30/S$6.30) and even Soursop (S$5.70/S$6.70).
📍 930 Yishun Avenue 2, #B2-127 Northpoint City, Singapore 769098
🗓️ 10am–10pm (Daily)
Cococane is an interesting standout from this list — they don’t just sell coconut drinks but also sugar cane. If you want something interesting, their Cococane (S$3.20/S$4.20) is a unique mix of coconut and sugarcane juice.
But for something more like traditional coconut shakes, they also serve Coconut Snowshakes (S$5). The shakes which can be customised with fruits such as Lychee (S$5.90) and Mango (S$6.20).
My Little Coconut
My Little Coconut is probably not as well-known as some other coconut shake brands in Singapore, but they actually already have6 outlets. What’s so special about My Little Coconut is actually their special toppings.
You can pair their Coconut Shakes (S$4.20/S$5.20) with a myriad of unique toppings including Chendol, Red Ruby and Mango Konjac Pearl (+S$0.50).