Frequently Asked Questions
The word ‘Uinah’ is local Sabahan slang for ‘Wow!’ or ‘I’m impressed’, and reflects the brand’s vision to bring a ‘wow’ experience to its consumers through great tasting, great quality products.
UINAH Ginger Beer is available in Kota Kinabalu, Sandakan, Tawau, Penang, Ipoh and Malacca and Kuala Lumpur. For more information, head to Find Us.
UINAH Roselle Paradise is currently available in Kota Kinabalu, Sandakan, Tawau. It is a relatively new product that we hope to introduce to the wider market soon.
UINAH Premium Craft Beverages currently offers two products:
Ginger Land – A botanical beverage made using Sabah’s spiciest gingers found in Tambunan. Its spicily refreshing taste makes it ideal for the sober curious and those looking for low ABV beverages.
Roselle Paradise – A botanical beverage made using locally grown roselle flowers, ginger and lemon. It’s a hit with children and the ladies, and has grown in popularity since entering the market. Introduced in 2019.
UINAH sources its ginger directly from family farms in Tambunan, Sabah. The region of Tambunan is known for its cool weather, hilly slopes and optimal climate for growing some of the spiciest gingers around.
UINAH is headquartered in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia. We are located on the island of Borneo, known for pristine diving spots, natural wonders and quality agricultural produce. Our production factory is located in Kota Kinabalu.
The shelf life of our products is more than one year for both UINAH Ginger Land and Roselle Paradise.
UINAH Ginger Land and UINAH Roselle Paradise contain real bits of ginger and lemon due to the blending and brewing process. These little pieces add to the flavour and uniqueness of our products, because we use real ingredients and roots rather than mixing artificial flavours.
UINAH Ginger Land contains filtered water, Borneo ginger, imported lemons, cane sugar, contains acidity regulator as permitted food conditioner and permitted preservative. UINAH Roselle Paradise contains filtered water, roselle hibiscus, Borneo ginger, lemon, cane sugar, contains acidity regulator as permitted food conditioner and permitted preservative.
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