Premium Concentrated Imperial Bird’s Nest

I was gardening when I noticed a bird’s nest on my plant. Someone must have stragetically placed it there but let’s not focus on that *:D big grin

I love bird’s nest. I started consuming bird’s nest when I was pregnant with Ethan 9 years ago. Being my first pregnancy, I wanted the best for my baby. Bird’s nest is widely used in Traditional Chinese Medicine as it is considered a superior health food in many ways. I heard that expectant mothers who consumed bird’s nest enhances the immunity and complexion of their fetus so I stocked up on lots of dried bird’s nest and slow-cooked them every week.

I got busy after delivering Ethan and somehow stopped boiling bird’s nest anymore as I find it too time consuming and tedious. I don’t have help at home and with a kid (now two kids), I don’t really have the extra time to prepare this health concoction.

But as this bottle of bird’s nest landed on my plant, I am reminded of the health and beauty benefits of consuming bird’s nest.

Vacuum sealed in a bottle for optimum freshness, I am delighted to discover that this is the Premium Concentrated Bird’s Nest.

It comes in this solid hard bag for maximum protection.

Grand Imperial Bird’s Nest – Premium Concentrate 2 bottles x 250 grams (RM599)

Premium concentrate Imperial Bird’s Nest are specially prepared from superior quality imperial’s bird nest and free from artificial preservatives, colouring or flavourings. It is ready for consumption straight out of the bottle. As it has no preservatives, we’ll have to consume it within 10 days of opening the bottle. 

It is rich and thick in texture with a very pleasant taste and a subtle egg-like aroma.

Grand Imperial Bird’s Nest are Halal certified and manufactured in a GMP and HACCP certified facility. GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) is a system to ensure that products meet food safety, quality and legal requirements while HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point) is a systematic program to assure food safety.

Grand Imperial Birds Nest Premium Concentrate submerryn

Bird’s nest is ideally consumed before meals to allow the body to better absorb its nutrients. I take  a tablespoonful 2 hours before bedtime at night and wakes up more radiant each morning *:x lovestruck

There is a Mother’s/Parents Day promo for Grand Imperial Bird’s Nest currently with a Buy 1 Original Instant Bird Nest at Original Price and get the 2nd at 30% discount. If you are keen on dried bird nest, buy 1 box at original price and get the 2nd box at 20% discount.

For more info, contact Hotline: +6012-6309938 / +603-33621938 (Mon-Fri: 9am-6pm)
or visit Grand Imperial Bird’s Nest at:
Facebook: fb.com/grandimperialbirdsnest
Website: www.grandimperialbirdsnest.my

GIBN Holdings Sdn Bhd
No.18, Jalan Setia Dagang AK,
U13/AK, Seksyen U13, Setia Alam,
40710 Shah Alam, Selangor.
Email: [email protected]

12 Comments + Add Comment

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    I love bird’s nest. I boil it in slow cooker once a week. ;)

    How I wish I have bird’s nest landed on my plant!!

    Your bottle is packed with goodness.

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      Haha. I wish the bird will keep dropping bird’s nest on my plant too. I am into my second bottle and already hinting to the hubby that it is going to finish soon :D

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    Whoa! There’s so much bird’s nest inside! :)

    I thought it was one of those bird’s nest with rock sugar bottles where there’s just a little bit with mostly sugar water but this has 250 grams per bottle! I would love to just eat it like that. Haha!

    My dad has access to bird’s nest too. We have a house in Mukah (Sarawak) where they come to roost but it’s unprocessed e.g. has feathers etc inside. We sell it to China but nowadays can’t sell unprocessed ones. One time my better half came to Sibu so we gave it to her mom and she got someone to pick the feathers out and I tried it also (always too lazy to pick them out myself).

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      Wow wow wow! Your dad has a bird house! That is so nice though I have to admit, picking feathers from the raw bird’s nest is not my cup of tea. Haha.

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    I still prefer to slow-boil the bird nest..It is indeed very nutritious..

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      I used to enjoy slow-boiling bird’s nest but these days, with these two boys, I can’t even be bothered anymore. I am trying to limit my never ending time in the kitchen hence my choice of this instant premium concentrated bird’s nest :)

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    Sedap kan. Ruby suka brand ni. Sebab Halal lepas tu isi kandungannya banyak. Berbaloi-baloi. Hehe.

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      Yes, betul tu! Very padat and not gula semata mata kan?

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    Wah, you get to enjoy so much luxurious food such as bird nest!

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      Yeah, after being deprived of it for so many years, it is nice to be eating this again :D

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    I used to eat a lot of birds nest too during my first 2 pregnancies. We spent a big fortune on Lo Hong Ka birds nest and I’d eat it every morning and nite with fresh milk :D

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      LoLoL! ‘first 2 pregnancies’. What happened to the third? Haha. Same as me, first pregnancy only. Second pregnancy tarak. Hehe.

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