Sipahh – Flavoured Straws for Milk

Jaibala/ December 8, 2015/ Sponsored, Uncategorized/ 10 comments

As a child I never liked milk, I still don’t drink milk unless it is in Ice Cream or milk shakes or added to my Coffee. I knew it would be really hard to have S to drink whole milk, with its goodness without adding flavour and I was so right. He only wanted milk with a certain energy drink added. The problem with the “Health drinks” available in the markets is that they are not really healthy, considering the amount of sugar in them. So what do you do when that is the only way your kid drinks milk, give up? Well no, you take them to the Sipahh MilkBar tp try Flavoured Straws for Milk.


Milk and Bar are not two words that you’d think would go together. Kids and Milk again do not go together. But, when the bar is as cool and awesome as the Sipahh MilkBar, where Mort makes a special appearance, rest assured that Kids will automatically gravitate towards the bar. Have your doubts, Check the pictures:


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We spent 2 hours having Fun at the MilkBar, yes two whole hours at the UpperCrust food Festival in Mumbai. Ignoring everything else. That is how awesome it was.


What is Sipahh?

Sipahh is basically Flavoured Straws for milk. This is the idea of a Dad from Australia called Peter Baron, who was tired (like most parents are) of the flavour agents and health drinks masking all the inherent goodness of milk. So he found a way to make drinking milk fun and enjoyable for kids and at the same time. Thus was born Sipahh – the cool and awesome – Straweome – Milk Flavouring Straws.

Why Sipahh?

  • Each time you have to give your kid milk, just take a straw. Each straw is good for one time consumption, portion controlled with less than half a teaspoon of sugar, makes for a great reason to switch to Sipahh. Helps you enjoy more wholesome milk
  • You actually do not add anything to the milk, so the milk nutrition remains 100% intact
  • Forget the fuss kids make while drinking milk. If S is reaction is anything to go by, kids will line up asking for milk even before you tell them to have milk
  • Food allergies will not stop anyone from enjoying these straws. Sipahh is equally delicious with rice milk, soy milk and other dairy alternatives


So Many Flavours

13 exciting and interesting Falvours. How do I know, they exciting and interesting? S had 8 flavours in the two hours he spent at the MilkBar. And, I have tried them too and have loved them, I even have favourite flavours.

The chilled out Choc-Mint is my favourite with the Hello Marshmallow running a close second. S loves all of them, having tried every flavour. The rest of the flavours available are Coco-Bean Chocolate, Luscious Strawberry, Mellow-Yellow Banana Smoothie, Okey Dokey Cookies & Cream, Velvet Vanilla, Mango Smoothie, Raspberry Fields, Lamington Dream (Black Forrest), Fruit Salad Swirl and Sunset Choc Orange ,

Availabile Easily

The Sippah Flavoured straws for milk are available easily everywhere especially at your nearest supermarket. You find going to the store a big task, well then order some online from Big Basket and Amazon



The twelve flavours are available in a variety of combination at different affordable price points.

5pack: Rs 80

10pack: Rs 150

25 pack: Rs 350

40pack: Rs 520

50pack: Rs 700



Still need convincing, look at the awesome packaging of the 50 straws pack. It cannot get cuter than this!


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Isn’t this just so cute!


And a picture of S enjoying his daily morning milk glass, with chocolate flavour.

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S Loves his milk

Sipahh, is your answer to all your questions about making your child drink milk.


PS: This is a sponsored post. All my opinions are honest and Unbiased.



About Jaibala

Academically a Microbiologist, I am a Web Columnist for popular magazines and websites, Freelance Writer and a Blogger. Words define me and writing and reading compete to be the love of my life. My biggest belief is that there is something good in everything and I always looks to highlight the best in things. Creative writing is my forte.You can reach me by dropping a mail at


  1. Oh I remember giving these to the twins. Back then there were just two or three flavours. 13 is mind-boggling. These kids have no clue how fortunate they are! All we’d get when we wanted flavoured milk were a few drops of tea or a few grains of coffee.

    1. I used to hate drinking milk, and my grandmom added coffee to it, like two drops, your comment reminded me of that. I agree, kids today are so lucky.

  2. If I’m not wrong, I’ve come across something similar before. Not sure if it’s in India or abroad – but it’s still quite innovative; and if it can get more people to take up drinking milk, then always a good thing!
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    1. Yes, it is the perfect example of Tasty can be healthy 🙂

  3. Sounds quite nice and innovative. Luckily my kids like their milk with Bournvita. 🙂

    1. Yep Bournvita was S’s favorite too. But all that sugar used t make me cringe everytime, I added some to his glass of milk. These straws make both of us very happy.

  4. well, its got S drinking and loving milk! yay!

    1. He used to drink and love milk. This has just made it more fun, and me a little more tension free, because he isn’t drinking all the extra sugar.

  5. sounds yummy! 🙂 I loved drinking with straw when I was a kid, and used to save straws after drinking Frooti and Appy etc. so I could definitely imagine S or any other kid lining up for milk with a straw :mrgreen:

    1. He had milk otherwise also. This just makes it more fun, with the flavors and healthier with the less sugar.

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