21 Choa Chu Kang Avenue 4
#B1-25 Lot One
Singapore 689812

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10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

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Strawberry Softserve 🍦 I guess I was too used to those Japanese strawberry softserve hence I was quite taken aback by this 😅 Of course it does taste artificial (usually strawberry flavoured food items are like this) and the popping candies that acts as decoration just makes the whole ice cream tasted a lot weirder. Would be good to remove those candies haha. However you will slowly get used to the taste of the ice cream so I am not too sure if it's a good or bad thing. The cone is very thin and airy. Thought it will be those nice cookie cone since it looks like one. But you look what? Never judge a book by its cover 🙂 so this is a #myheartisokie for me.
🤑: SGD 2.80
👅: 2/5

Nice to see a new bbt joint in cck area! Tried the passion fruit lava ($5.20 or $5.30 I can’t rmb). It was a good refreshing drink after dinner. It would be a perfect drink for a hot day.

This drink is part of the volcanic collagen series. I personally enjoyed the collagen jelly! Added texture to the drink.

However, it is quite pricey compared to other bbt places.

Yet another bubble tea chain has landed on our shores. Originally from Nanjing, China, @thewhale teasg has 2 outlets now opened at Lot 1 and City Square Mall, and a third slated to open at China Square Central.

Sticking to my go-to drink, the Brown Sugar Boba Milk seemed to be lacking in flavour robustness. Nothing out of ordinary for this classic combination; fresh milk fell short of milky aroma, boba pearls weren’t really warm thus no contrast between the cold milk and the pearls, and because they weren’t warm, the pearls became hard rather quickly. The brown sugar was purely a sweet syrup without much depth, but thickly coated around the boba, that made up almost one-third of the cup.

Another drink we had from the brown sugar series was the Brown Sugar Shizuoka Matcha. While I appreciated greatly the richness and bitterness of the Shizuoka Matcha, it stole the limelight of the brown sugar, which sadly, faded into the matcha.

Despite the short queue, our drinks took quite a while to be prepared and the drinks are generally pricier. But if you are an adventurous bubble tea hunter, you could always try out their special concoctions like the Volcanic Sapphire Whale from the Volcanic Collage Series, Flaming Brown Sugar (an upgrade of the Brown Sugar Boba Milk), Blue Whale Coconut Milk from the Whale Crystal Series, or even the soft serves/ice creams.

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Volcanic Sapphire Whale - bright blue top, coconut milk and amber jelly. The blue comes from spirulina (a blue-green algae superfood) for extra boost of nutrients. Honestly, it doesn’t contribute any taste at all. The main flavour still comes from the coconut milk (quite strong coconut taste) which is different from the usual rich, sweet and milky flavours. The amber jelly at the bottom are actually collagen, something healthier and different from the usual boba pearls.
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