Bubble Tea

Bubble Tea

Featuring Truedan (CityLink Mall), Playmade by 丸作 (NEX), Yanmi Yogurt, Nayuki (Funan), Milksha (Funan), U-Cha (Lavender), The Whale Tea (City Square Mall), R&B Tea (United Square), Kung Fu Tea (Ang Mo Kio), Tiger Sugar (Jurong Point)
Zachary Kok
Zachary Kok

Still one of my favourite bubble teas around. The tea taste is not too bitter and still fragrant. Paired with the sweet black sesame pearls, it is an enjoyable comfort drink!

Very refreshing! Not too cold. Has enough grapefruit and pulp to add to the flavour. Mixed in a well brewed tea that is not too bitter. I enjoyed this drink.
I would recommend a choosing a sugar level that is a bit higher to add to the taste (25% was nice but still a bit bland).

Pretty cheap milk tea. The drink however is pre-mixed in a container but a pretty large volume is given. Despite the 30% sugar, it still turned out really sweet. The tea taste is reasonably strong. Good enough if you need a quick bubble tea fix but there are still better ones nearby. Try other things in their menu!

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The first item on the menu and their signature. I was expecting a drink of a slightly thicker consistency since it was made from yoghurt but it was still pretty liquid when I drank it right after i got it. I would have preferred a thicker drink though. The taste was refreshingly and reminds one of greek yoghurt and the small little bits of purple glutinous chewy rice is a nice touch. However, the drink was average at best.

Three layers - the tea at the bottom, the shaved ice layer with mixed berries topped with the cheese cream. You can’t choose the sugar level i think but it’s still pretty good. Try out their bread samples while you’re there!

Keep a lookout for their 1-for-1 deals. This is still one of my favourite brown sugar drinks in town. The pearls as soft as they were before but the brown sugar taste is still perfect with the milk. You can adjust your sugar level too!

Got around to trying this drink and it is a nice brown sugar drink. One of the better ones around in Singapore and is aesthetic for the photos - looks like tiger stripes. However, I was not allowed to adjust the sugar or ice level. So i felt that there was a lot of ice and the drink ran out quite quickly for an expensive drink.

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The drinks themselves are pretty average and are a bit too sweet for my liking. If I bought it again next time, 0% sugar would suffice. The good parts about this drink is that it is pretty cheap.

There was many brands with really legit brown sugar boba milks out there but since this is the only one which is less than 5 bucks and the pearls still taste like brown sugar, I think it’s worth it. Only issue - you might run out of pearls for milk.

A huge cup containing a mixture of grapefruit, apples, oranges, passionfruit and basil seeds, doused with a refreshing brew of tea. It was not overly sweet and and even it is, you can always state your sugar and ice preference. Would return to try their other drinks.

It was nice blend - the red bean and the milk. All drinks are automatically “less ice”. However, given the price, there wasn’t anything particularly outstanding about the drink. Would have liked to try the honey pearl milk tea given the choice.

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