Sweet Santa Klaus Worthy-Shakes at Shake Shack Singapore!

By: CWA posted Nov 01st 2019 10:45AM

The tradition on Christmas Eve goes that you greet Santa Claus’ arrival with a glass of milk and a plate full of cookies, but since traditions change over time, why not innovate the way Santa gets this Christmas Treats? Shake Shack Singapore has the right idea in that aspect.

Shake Shack is presenting their tribute to the new holiday season with the Christmas Cookie Shake, a celebration of a winter wonderland in one drink! Using sugar cookie frozen custard topped with whipped cream, crumbled shortbread biscuits, cookies and whipped cream, taste the sweetness of the holiday season at Shake Shack Singapore at Jewel Changi Airport for $7.80!

This is the first time the shake is offered in Singapore after becoming a holiday tradition in the U.S.

Shake Shack Singapore is also partnering with homegrown brand Bynd Artisan to release a limited-edition leatherette cover note ($35) available at Shake Shack from 15th November onwards. The notebood used Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified paper from forests that are carefully managed to create an environmentally harmonious, socially beneficial and economically viable.

Guests can customise their Bynd Artisan notebooks with calligraphy on the 14th and 21st December from 11am-3pm!

For more details, please go to their Instagram or their website for more details.




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