According to the daily Nanyang Siang Pau, several girls had fallen victim to the drink, which came from mainland China, a major newspaper reported.
The beverage is made from powder, and is spiked with several “stimulants.”
The powder is called ‘coffee powder’ for its similarity in smell, had also been marketed in Taiwan.
Each 100gm of sachet was reportedly sold for between HK 3,000 dollars and HK4, 000 dollars although some unscrupulous dealers repacked these into smaller packets.
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