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Hidden at Blk 125 Bukit Merah Lane which occupies just half shop space, Moocha can be described as a small and simple bubble tea shop with no fanciful interior design, in fact there’s only a sign hanging on the wall written Moocha in Chinese calligraphy.

On a rainy afternoon, I asked for a hot Pi Pa Gao Oolong Tea with an additional white pearls topping. The familiar cooling minty flavour was soothing to the throat but didn’t quite blend well with oolong tea which was bitter. The white pearls were a disappointment as they just felt like some soggy starchy balls.

What came as a shock was the double pearls brown sugar milk tea; I mean, brown sugar milk tea these days meant the brown sugar streaks on the wall of the cup but I guess it’s entirely different here. It appeared as a cup of normal milk tea but the taste of brown sugar was evident. Good save there, though aesthetically suspicious. Again the double pearls had white pearls with a mix of the black ones, which were way better in terms of chewiness though tended to the firmer side.

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