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Bubble / Fruit Tea

Featuring Fruce, PARTEA (Suntec City), R&B Tea (Marina Square), Cafe Pal, LiHO (Bugis+), HeeTea (SingPost Centre), Teafolia (Tampines), U-Cha ([email protected]), KOI Thé (Tampines MRT), Toast Box (Paya Lebar Square)
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Teh Peng with chewy black sugar pearls, a hint of gula melaka and a splash of chocolate malt powder, finished off with a layer of creamy milk foam 》2 for $5 (Promo till 11 Jul) / U.P. $3 Each

Fine Japanese Matcha with velvety steamed milk over ice 》$4.50/Medium

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​Tried iTea's pearl milk tea during their opening 1-for-1 promo. A regular cup of milk tea cost $2.50, cheaper than most of the other bubble tea shops. Pearls are free over at iTea however their milk tea taste watery (diluted) as though they didn't use enough tea leaves for their tea. My order of half sugar milk tea together with ice feels like i'm drinking plain milky water with pearls.

I wouldn't say it's bad for the half price ($1.25) I paid during the promo period but I'll probably give this a miss after the promo ends. I could have gotten a much better quality milk tea at < $3 from another shop nearby.

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A refreshing drink with only 2 sugar levels (50%/100%) 》 $4.50

House-made Japanese yam with Hokkaido milk. A reinvention of classic Teochew ‘Or Nee’ dessert 》$4.50 / Medium

Gaoshan Oolong Tea + Fruits 》$6.90

The combination of Chinese tea with fresh fruits such as mango, passion fruit, strawberries, watermelon and lime served in a 1 litre cup.

There's a sudden booming trend of fruit tea that focus on more fresh fruits and lesser sugar, competing with bubble tea shops in SG.

Teafolia's tea comes in a standard size (700ml) which are brewed from premium tea leaves and paired with real fruits. ​They even provide a fork ​for ​us to pick at the chunks of fruit in the drink​.​

The Signature Fruit Tea is made with Premium Four Seasons tea, fresh pineapple and assorted fresh fruits like watermelon, kiwi, green apple, lemon & lime 》$5.90

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I'm spoilt for choice when it comes to BBT at Paya Lebar with Blackball, HEETEA, Gong Cha (Opening soon), KOI and LiHo located all around Paya Lebar Square & Singpost Centre.

I'm recently stuck to HEETEA for their cheese and fruit tea. Can't help it when they have good deals on Qoo10 😋 Their current (valid for purchase till 12 Nov) promo @ $2.99 for any cheese tea is a perfect chance to strike those cheese tea off the menu 😍

Orange Green Tea 》U.P. $4.50
Hami Melon Cheese Tea 》U.P. $6.90
Pomelo Tea 》U.P. $4.50

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Their first shop in SG and they are originated from Guangzhou, China. Expensive but totally worth the try. Their low-fat cheese is so much tastier than Liho and their fruit tea is made fresh from real fruits instead of artifical flavoring. Cheese tea price ranges from $4 onwards. This Hami Melon Cheese Tea cost $6.90.

• \\ hungrylion // •

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