Three Legs Cooling Water is pleased to launch three new flavoured cooling water – lychee, guava and lime. For the first time ever, fans of the household remedy can enjoy their favourite cooling beverage with a fruity twist.
The new additions are an extended product line launched in conjunction with Wen Ken Group’s 80th anniversary celebration. First created in 1937 by the four founders of Wen Ken, Three Legs Cooling Water is a traditional remedy, containing natural minerals used to relieve body heatiness and hydrate the body. The original Three Legs Cooling Water has become the traditional remedy of choice for most Singaporeans, considered to be a staple beverage in their diet as it helps dispel excess body heat and quench thirst. The slim bottle is iconic and instantly recognizable by both the young and old. The original Three Legs Cooling Water caters extensively to communities across the Southeast Asian continent and beyond.
Mr Fu Siang Jeen, managing director of Wen Ken Group, said, “We are delighted to introduce three new flavours to celebrate our 80 year-old brand. While we celebrate this special milestone, we are dedicating the celebrations to our customers, the people who really matter. We are excited to continue to offer trusted and effective medicinal remedies to our valued customers in the future.”
The broader variety of choices pander to the varied tastes of consumers and is suitable for consumers of all ages. Without compromising on its original benefit, the beverage will perfectly complement any food.
The lychee and guava flavours were introduced last September while the lime flavour began retailing in January this year. The three new flavours contain no artificial sweeteners, and come in a new size – 320ml – for greater drinking pleasure.
Availability & Promotions
The lime flavour retails exclusively at 7-Eleven and is immediately available.
In celebration of the launch, NTUC Fairprice and 7-Eleven are running special promotions for a limited time only. Kindly enquire in store for details on the promotion.