Timeless love
More than grace and elegance that ordinary pink rose symbolises, Chulalongkorn Rose represents timeless love. Princess Dara Rasmi, the consort of King Chulalongkorn (Rama V), named a beautiful pink rose with intense fragrance ‘Chulalongkorn’ and cultivated the rose around her residence in memory of her husband. A tribute to love that withstands the test of time, this syrup captures the quintessence of Chulalongkorn Rose and exudes alluring aroma of classic romance and sweet nostalgia that will linger in your senses.
Silpin’s Journal
Chulalongkorn Rose is not only a gorgeous thorn-free and exotically fragrant pink rose but also signifies the
everlasting love of Princess Dara Rasmi and King Chulalongkorn. An honourary member of the Royal National Rose Society, Princess Dara Rasmi cultivated several species of roses and amongst them was a Hybrid Perpetual named ‘Chulalongkorn Rose’. The princess hand-picked and placed the rose before her husband’s portrait every day until her final days.
World-famous Thai Dessert
“Khaoniao Mamuang” (Mango Sticky Rice) syrup is inspired by one of Thailand’s signature summer dessert. Khaoniao Mamuang has maintained its original trait since old times through their delicate process, from cooking sticky rice with fresh coconut milk to serving it with specially selected mangoes. Produced with a meticulous process, there’s no doubt why Khaoniao Mamuang is loved endlessly by both Thais and foreigners. Now, your aromatic Khaoniao Mamuang is ready to be served.
Silpin’s Journal
Mango Sticky Rice is a locals’ favourite dessert that also makes it to CNN International’s 50 World’s Best Desserts in 2018. Originated in Thailand, Mango Sticky Rice is a perfect combination of sweet mango and luscious
glutinous rice in rich and creamy coconut milk.
The refreshing fragrance and juicy flesh of the ripe mango perfectly complements the sweet and slightly salty taste of the sticky rice with coconut milk.
Freshness from the South

Koh Samui is an island located in the southern part of Thailand, which is also a prime area where coconuts are grown. The seaside climate causes the ripe coconut to deliver its exceptional scent that features the sweetness of the creamy coconut and its unique brown shell note. You will experience the atmosphere as if you are sipping your favourite beverage in Koh Samui in the Gulf of Thailand by our Samui Coconut essense.

Silpin’s Journal
Once a quiet village in Southern Thailand that is home to fishermen and coconut growers, Koh Samui is today one of the most popular travel destinations in Thailand. Koh Samui is also often referred to as the ‘Coconut Island’ due to the abundance of coconut trees on the island. It is believed that Koh Samui’s coconuts are one of Thailand’s best coconuts as they are naturally sweet with a hint of robust, nutty flavour and uniquely refreshing aroma.
Uniquely Refreshing

Lemongrass is an all-time cherished and widely known herb among Thais that boasts a uniquely fresh and calming fragrance. Thanks to its natural aromatic qualities, lemongrass is commonly used for refreshing “Welcome drinks” as well as a spa ingredient. Extracted from only the best harvest for a unique scent like no other, this pure amber syrup will treat you to the true taste of Thai.

Silpin’s Journal
A versatile herb with tremendous medicinal values, lemongrass is one of the most well-known Thai herbs and is widely used in many aspects of daily life in Thailand. Lemongrass has long been a crucial ingredient in Thai culinary, ranging from soup to curry, stir-fried, and salad dishes. The distinct citrus scent of the lemongrass makes it an ideal herb to use in teas, beverages, as well as
spa products for an extra refreshing sensation.
Essentially Thai

Commonly used in Thailand, kaffir lime leaf is a kind of herb whose leaves exude a citrusy perfume, representing a refreshing, stimulating and energizing scent. Kaffir lime leaves are highly prized in Thai cuisine and used in all kinds of dishes from delicacies to desserts and snacks, adding a unique tang that is virtually impossible to substitute. Delight your senses to the true tastes of Thai with this Royal Kaffir Lime Leaf syrup.

Silpin’s Journal
Kaffir lime leaf is one of the essential ingredients in Thai cuisine for centuries, as the shiny, thick, and dark green leaves add an intense aroma and flavour to the food. Anyone who has tasted Thai food would definitely have come across kaffir lime leaf. For example, whole kaffir lime leaves are put in soups like ‘Tom Yam Kung’ and ‘Tom Kha Kai’ or in spicy stir-fried dishes, while julienned kaffir lime leaves are added in Thai fish cake or used to garnish curry dishes like ‘Phanaeng Curry’.
The Soul of Thai Meal
Rice is the root of Thai life and the soul of Thai meal. ‘Khao Hom Mali’, internationally known as ‘Jasmine Rice’, is the most esteemed Thai rice and is highly-prized for its sweet and delicate floral aroma. Once the fragrant long-grain Khao Hom Mali is steamed, the pleasant scent evokes the feelings of comfort and warmth of having a meal in a Thai home. Close your eyes and let the distinct fragrance of Khao Hom Mali take you to the core of Thai culture.
Silpin’s Journal
King Chulalongkorn (Rama V) reformed the rice production and development that brought major changes to the rice farming and rice trading in Thailand, and initiated the ‘Rice Varieties Competition’ in 1907. This competition was aimed at the development of Thai rice varieties, which eventually led to the development of the world-famous Khao Hom Mali or Jasmine Rice. Today, Khao Hom Mali is one of the most consumed rice varieties in Thailand and was declared the world’s best rice in 2017 at the World Rice Conference.
The Golden Treasure of Thai Fruits
Golden Sweet Tamarind is a famous variety of sweet tamarind in Thailand that is known for its sweet and tangy taste. The beautiful golden brown flesh not only has distinct flavour, but it is also filled with beneficial vitamins and nutrients. Thai people enjoy sweet tamarind fresh on its own, as well as when made into a selection of desserts, snacks, candies, and beverages. Add this syrup to your choice of beverage and indulge in the delightful and refreshing tang of the flavourful Golden Sweet Tamarind.
Silpin’s Journal
For a long time, Thai people have been enjoying the taste and health benefits of tamarind, both the sour and the sweet kind. The sour kind of tamarind is used widely in the Thai cuisine to add natural sourness to the dish, including in curries and sauces, as well as used a spa ingredient. On the other hand, the sweet tamarind is preferred to be eaten as fruit or made into snacks. Although there are several varieties of sweet tamarind in Thailand, but one of the most popular variety is Golden Sweet Tamarind from Phetchabun province, as its flesh is thick, juicy, and delicious.
King of Thai Fruits
Living up to its reputation as the ‘King of Thai Fruits’, Durian is one of the most favourite fruits of Thai people and is known worldwide for its strong and lingering aroma. Amongst many varieties, ‘Mon Thong’, literally means ‘Golden Pillow’, is the most famous one. As the name suggests, the flesh of ‘Mon Thong Durian’ boasts smooth and creamy texture that is as soft as a pillow and has golden pale yellow colour. Be adventurous and treat your senses to a unique aroma with this ‘Mon Thong Durian’ syrup.
Silpin’s Journal
Evidence has it that Durian has been loved by both Thais and foreigners since as long ago as the late 16th Century. Mon Thong Durian is one of the most-loved varieties, as it is easy to find, reasonably priced, and its buttery flesh is delightfully delicious. Apart from enjoying the sweet flesh of Mon Thong Durian on its own, Thai people also get creative and make durian into several tasty dishes, ranging from durian with sticky rice, preserved durian, candied durian, durian chips, or even put durian into curry or spicy salad.
Gentle and Graceful Elegance
Sweet and juicy with a hint of floral note, ‘Longan’ is an iconic fruit of Northern Thailand or ‘Lanna’, the land of colourful culture and rich history. Lanna women are known for their gentleness and graceful elegance, and ‘Lanna Longan’ manifests the same character, as the white and translucent flesh has a gentle, sweet flavour and a subtle, elegant fragrance. Elevate your beverages to the next level with Silpin’s ‘Lanna Longan’ syrup, and feel the Lanna’s delicate and refined essence in every sip.
Silpin’s Journal
Grown mostly in Northern Thailand, ‘Longan’ or known in Thai as ‘Lamyai’, is a popular Thai fruit and is an economic crop for cities like Chiang Mai and Lamphun. Thai people have been enjoying the bite-sized balls of juicy and refreshing flesh with glossy black seed for centuries. ‘Longan’ can be enjoyed fresh on its own to fully appreciate the sweet flavour and light aroma, or made into several kinds of desserts, ranging from ‘Longan in Sweet Syrup’ to ‘Longan in Sticky Rice Pudding’, as well as made into dried longan and longan juice.
Timeless love
More than grace and elegance that ordinary pink rose symbolises, Chulalongkorn Rose represents timeless love. Princess Dara Rasmi, the consort of King Chulalongkorn (Rama V), named a beautiful pink rose with intense fragrance ‘Chulalongkorn’ and cultivated the rose around her residence in memory of her husband. A tribute to love that withstands the test of time, this syrup captures the quintessence of Chulalongkorn Rose and exudes alluring aroma of classic romance and sweet nostalgia that will linger in your senses.
Silpin’s Journal
Chulalongkorn Rose is not only a gorgeous thorn-free and exotically fragrant pink rose but also signifies the everlasting love of Princess Dara Rasmi and King Chula
longkorn. An honourary member of the Royal National Rose Society, Princess Dara Rasmi cultivated several species of roses and amongst them was a Hybrid Perpetual named ‘Chulalongkorn Rose’. The princess hand-picked and placed the rose before her husband’s portrait every day until her final days.
World-famous Thai Dessert
“Khaoniao Mamuang” (Mango Sticky Rice) syrup is inspired by one of Thailand’s signature summer dessert. Khaoniao Mamuang has maintained its original trait since old times through their delicate process, from cooking sticky rice with fresh coconut milk to serving it with specially selected mangoes. Produced with a meticulous process, there’s no doubt why Khaoniao Mamuang is loved endlessly by both Thais and foreigners. Now, your aromatic Khaoniao Mamuang is ready to be served.
Silpin’s Journal
Mango Sticky Rice is a locals’ favourite dessert that also makes it to CNN International’s 50 World’s Best Desserts in 2018. Originated in Thailand, Mango Sticky Rice is a perfect combination of sweet mango and luscious glutinous rice in rich and creamy coconut milk. The refreshing fragrance and juicy flesh of the ripe mango perfectly complements the sweet and slightly salty taste of the sticky rice with coconut milk.
Freshness from the South

Koh Samui is an island located in the southern part of Thailand, which is also a prime area where coconuts are grown. The seaside climate causes the ripe coconut to deliver its exceptional scent that features the sweetness of the creamy coconut and its unique brown shell note. You will experience the atmosphere as if you are sipping your favourite beverage in Koh Samui in the Gulf of Thailand by our Samui Coconut essense.

Silpin’s Journal
Once a quiet village in Southern Thailand that is home to fishermen and coconut growers, Koh Samui is today one of the most popular travel destinations in Thailand. Koh Samui is also often referred to as the ‘Coconut Island’ due to the abundance of coconut trees on the island. It is believed that Koh Samui’s coconuts are one of Thailand’s best coconuts as they are naturally sweet with a hint of robust, nutty flavour and uniquely refreshing aroma.
Uniquely Refreshing

Lemongrass is an all-time cherished and widely known herb among Thais that boasts a uniquely fresh and calming fragrance. Thanks to its natural aromatic qualities, lemongrass is commonly used for refreshing “Welcome drinks” as well as a spa ingredient. Extracted from only the best harvest for a unique scent like no other, this pure amber syrup will treat you to the true taste of Thai.

Silpin’s Journal
A versatile herb with tremendous medicinal values, lemongrass is one of the most well-known Thai herbs and is widely used in many aspects of daily life in Thailand. Lemongrass has long been a crucial ingredient in Thai culinary, ranging from soup to curry, stir-fried, and salad dishes. The distinct citrus scent of the lemongrass makes it an ideal herb to use in teas, beverages, as well as spa products for an extra refreshing sensation.
Essentially Thai

Commonly used in Thailand, kaffir lime leaf is a kind of herb whose leaves exude a citrusy perfume, representing a refreshing, stimulating and energizing scent. Kaffir lime leaves are highly prized in Thai cuisine and used in all kinds of dishes from delicacies to desserts and snacks, adding a unique tang that is virtually impossible to substitute. Delight your senses to the true tastes of Thai with this Royal Kaffir Lime Leaf syrup.

Silpin’s Journal
Kaffir lime leaf is one of the essential ingredients in Thai cuisine for centuries, as the shiny, thick, and dark green leaves add an intense aroma and flavour to the food. Anyone who has tasted Thai food would definitely have come across kaffir lime leaf. For example, whole kaffir lime leaves are put in soups like ‘Tom Yam Kung’ and ‘Tom Kha Kai’ or in spicy stir-fried dishes, while julienned kaffir lime leaves are added in Thai fish cake or used to garnish curry dishes like ‘Phanaeng Curry’.
The Soul of Thai Meal
Rice is the root of Thai life and the soul of Thai meal. ‘Khao Hom Mali’, internationally known as ‘Jasmine Rice’, is the most esteemed Thai rice and is highly-prized for its sweet and delicate floral aroma. Once the fragrant long-grain Khao Hom Mali is steamed, the pleasant scent evokes the feelings of comfort and warmth of having a meal in a Thai home. Close your eyes and let the distinct fragrance of Khao Hom Mali take you to the core of Thai culture.
Silpin’s Journal
King Chulalongkorn (Rama V) reformed the rice production and development that brought major changes to the rice farming and rice trading in Thailand, and initiated the ‘Rice Varieties Competition’ in 1907. This competition was aimed at the development of Thai rice varieties, which eventually led to the development of the world-famous Khao Hom Mali or Jasmine Rice. Today, Khao Hom Mali is one of the most consumed rice varieties in Thailand and was declared the world’s best rice in 2017 at the World Rice Conference.
The Golden Treasure of Thai Fruits
Golden Sweet Tamarind is a famous variety of sweet tamarind in Thailand that is known for its sweet and tangy taste. The beautiful golden brown flesh not only has distinct flavour, but it is also filled with beneficial vitamins and nutrients. Thai people enjoy sweet tamarind fresh on its own, as well as when made into a selection of desserts, snacks, candies, and beverages. Add this syrup to your choice of beverage and indulge in the delightful and refreshing tang of the flavourful Golden Sweet Tamarind.
Silpin’s Journal
For a long time, Thai people have been enjoying the taste and health benefits of tamarind, both the sour and the sweet kind. The sour kind of tamarind is used widely in the Thai cuisine to add natural sourness to the dish, including in curries and sauces, as well as used a spa ingredient. On the other hand, the sweet tamarind is preferred to be eaten as fruit or made into snacks. Although there are several varieties of sweet tamarind in Thailand, but one of the most popular variety is Golden Sweet Tamarind from Phetchabun province, as its flesh is thick, juicy, and delicious.
King of Thai Fruits
Living up to its reputation as the ‘King of Thai Fruits’, Durian is one of the most favourite fruits of Thai people and is known worldwide for its strong and lingering aroma. Amongst many varieties, ‘Mon Thong’, literally means ‘Golden Pillow’, is the most famous one. As the name suggests, the flesh of ‘Mon Thong Durian’ boasts smooth and creamy texture that is as soft as a pillow and has golden pale yellow colour. Be adventurous and treat your senses to a unique aroma with this ‘Mon Thong Durian’ syrup.
Silpin’s Journal
Evidence has it that Durian has been loved by both Thais and foreigners since as long ago as the late 16th Century. Mon Thong Durian is one of the most-loved varieties, as it is easy to find, reasonably priced, and its buttery flesh is delightfully delicious. Apart from enjoying the sweet flesh of Mon Thong Durian on its own, Thai people also get creative and make durian into several tasty dishes, ranging from durian with sticky rice, preserved durian, candied durian, durian chips, or even put durian into curry or spicy salad.
Gentle and Graceful Elegance
Sweet and juicy with a hint of floral note, ‘Longan’ is an iconic fruit of Northern Thailand or ‘Lanna’, the land of colourful culture and rich history. Lanna women are known for their gentleness and graceful elegance, and ‘Lanna Longan’ manifests the same character, as the white and translucent flesh has a gentle, sweet flavour and a subtle, elegant fragrance. Elevate your beverages to the next level with Silpin’s ‘Lanna Longan’ syrup, and feel the Lanna’s delicate and refined essence in every sip.
Silpin’s Journal
Grown mostly in Northern Thailand, ‘Longan’ or known in Thai as ‘Lamyai’, is a popular Thai fruit and is an economic crop for cities like Chiang Mai and Lamphun. Thai people have been enjoying the bite-sized balls of juicy and refreshing flesh with glossy black seed for centuries. ‘Longan’ can be enjoyed fresh on its own to fully appreciate the sweet flavour and light aroma, or made into several kinds of desserts, ranging from ‘Longan in Sweet Syrup’ to ‘Longan in Sticky Rice Pudding’, as well as made into dried longan and longan juice.