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#B2-273 Jewel Changi Airport
Singapore 819666

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So I tried their best seller, nothing fantastic not even the brown sugar pearl. I cannot taste the burn caramel sugar of the pearl at all :( Prefer R&B and Tiger brown sugar milk.

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Had high expectations of The Alley because of my first experience way back in JB. Back then, i was convinced that they had the best boba but when I tried it here in SG it didn't tasted the same and the standard dropped a lot ☹

Chew on the tender soft chewy pearls with every slurp of brown sugar milk! Strong milk taste, suitable for milk lovers!

9️⃣ milk tea from @thealley.sg 🍂 Their signature series incl. this & brown sugaa MT, but orders were limited to 1x order of each signature type for 1x person 😅👀🍁🍁Jio your friends if you’re thinking of queueing 🥤🥤👫👭👬 🥤🥤
#thealleysg #royalno9milktea #milktea #bubblemilktea

Visited at after Sunday midnight at the wee hours of Monday morning upon returning from a late flight. There was no queue, but we soon figured out why. Apparently The Alley doesn’t serve their signature Deerioca pearl series from 10pm-10am. In addition, if we wanted pearls as toppings for our teas, we’d have to wait 30 minutes. Well, ok then. Looks like it’s not such a smart idea to visit at night.

We settled for both the milk teas at 25% sugar and no toppings. The difference between both teas is that the Royal No. 9 Tea (pictured on the left) tastes of blueberries, while the Assam black tea (pictured on the right) is a regular black tea. I felt that the blueberry flavour only came through subtly in a fruity afternote. Perhaps if I hadn’t asked the cashier what the difference was, I wouldn’t even have known what to look out for. I preferred the regular Assam black milk tea over the Royal No. 9 as the aroma of the tea was stronger and more fragrant. The fruitiness also didn’t do it for me. There’s a notice stuck at the start of the queue barriers that the Royal No. 9 tea series is limited to one cup per customer, but I didn’t feel that was much of a loss. I would be happy saving $0.50 with the Assam black milk tea, or equally happy buying milk teas from other BBT shops as The Alley’s milk teas didn’t seem to be anything particularly special.

waited one hour for this cup (they were very fast in taking the order but slower in preparing the drinks).. overall disappointed, as the taste of brown sugar wasn’t strong and the cup was really expensive for its size...