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ROJI Chaseki

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To one who has just entered, tread down the garden path with Roji. Walk through the passage of awakening, leaving behind the cares of your everyday world. Live in the present moment and fully savour the brew in hand. A playful whisk of tradition awaits.

5 Raffles Place
#B1-64 Raffles Xchange
Singapore 048618

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11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm

10:00am - 02:30pm


11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm

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Purple Sweet Potato Iced Lattero ROJI ($6.40)
@RojiChaseki recently opened at Raffles Exchange and carries a range of aromatic teas with samples displayed prominently at the store front. I smelt each test tube and fell in love with the scents from all of them but for starters, I tried their Purple Sweet Potato Iced Lattero as the warm weather really demanded an iced cold treat. The drink came with complimentary cheese foam which I found to be way better than those served at Liho and Heetea as the cheese flavour was light and only served to give you that smooth soothing mouth-feel with each gulp. The purple sweet potato taste was also very distinct with tinge of roastiness which I really enjoyed. My only gripe about the place was its lack of manpower which was essentially a one-man show that led to a 25 minutes wait with just 4 customers in front of me. Kudos to the service staff who remained pleasant and polite and got all the orders correct in the face of a small crowd of customers waiting!


'Living this moment now', the phrase on the cup says.

Chanced upon this tea shop while walking kinda aimlessly around the area trying to find a nice drink to quench my thirst. Being adventurous as always, I decided to get from this shop and chose Tsubaki Oolong with golden pearls to be safe (the Xoxolat Hojicha seems interesting too).

The price for the basic teas are standard ($3.50 for hot and $4.50 for cold) unless you are getting flavoured fruit teas or iced lattero. And the basic teas come with free toppings too!

The tea tasted refreshing with a hint of something that I cannot pinpoint to (my dad thinks that it's an Indian spice lol) - I'm guessing it might be camellia flower since Tsubaki means camellia flower in Japanese.

I'm glad to see more tea shops popping up in SG selling a variety of basic teas. Can't wait to try the hojicha next!


Tea sourced from Japan, and then intelligently combined with natural ingredients and herbs for a tasty and colourful drinking experience 😍 I got hooked to the Sparkling Citron Tsubaki Oolong. It's refreshing, fragrant and and surprisingly flavourful.


Don't write this off as yet another tea stall. This Japanese tea kiosk in Raffles Xchange (sandwiched between Waa Cow! and Jjigae Jjigae) serves up artisanal Japanese teas that are brewed fresh upon order. While this means a longer waiting time (skip this if you're on a lunchtime crunch), it also means that every cup is put together with thought and care. Burppler Dex Neo vouches that the drinks here are worth the wait. Take his advice and try the Purple Sweet Potato Iced Lattero ($6.40). The tea was balanced and sweet, with a good hit of sweet potato flavour at the end. Add on the free cheese foam topping for a savoury contrast. For cool, rainy days, follow Tastemaker Zhihui Lim’s lead and opt for the hot version. She’s been hunting for a good sweet potato latte after she tried it in Seoul and so far this is the closest she’s had!
Avg Price: $5 per person
Photo by Burppler Dex Neo

Have been hunting for a good one like the ones I had in Seoul a few years back, and this is definitely the closest. Light but fragrant and I’m not sure if you’re supposed to mix it but it does get a little thicker towards the end.