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3 Temasek Boulevard
#01-312 Suntec City West Wing
Singapore 038983

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Wednesday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

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Tp Tea is famous for their Tie Guan Yin Ordered the Brown Sugar Tie Guan Yin Milk Tea at 50%.

The tea taste is super gao (rich/thick/strong) and a little bitter. Goes well with the brown sugar milk tea.

Personally i think i prefer hot tie guan yin. Cost $4.20.

So which is your favourite?
Swipe right to check out some of those I enjoyed, or head over to bit.ly/bubbleteasg

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Finally got to try this when I spotted a short queue at the Suntec outlet. Not sure what to order so I went online to search for reviews 😂 I must say, their Tie Guan Yin tea has a really robust flavour, with bitter undertones. Didn’t enjoy it as much since I have a sweet tooth, but on the bright side, guess it’s less sinful 👍🏼⁣

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My friends told me it reminded them of sweet talk/each a cup. I don't know about that but it certainly tastes like my childhood! I got 30%sugar but it was still very sweet. That's my only gripe. Otherwise I like this tea and will get it again.

[MUIS Halal Certified] Had this sometime ago, but I thought it’s worth dedicating one post to it! When TP Tea opened, it seemed like they knew they would drown in the Singapore mainstream food scene if they didn’t have an edge.

Hence, they went above and beyond to make themselves stand out in two ways - by getting the MUIS Halal Certification AND by having bubble tea softserves (with boba) on their menu. They have since cemented themselves as one of the go-tos by the halal abangs and kakaks for bubble tea. Where other types of people are concerned, they also appear to have successfully bagged the foodie crowd who are on the hunt for the newest grubs. 🙋‍♂️🧕

The Pearl Milk Tea Softserve ($4.60) is unmistakably black milk tea in taste and finds itself in the middle of creamy and icy, texture-wise. If I do remember correctly, the bobas did harden after awhile as it succumbs to the frigid temperature of the softserve. Personally though, I didn’t find it disruptive to the experience. 😋

But well, aside from the occasional brainfreeze this also gave me, this was certainly a new, yet still familiar, way to enjoy the classic Taiwanese treat. I don’t mind going back for it again! (7.4/10)

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Finally a dairy free milky bubble tea! Was pleasantly surprised at how this turned out. Tea flavour was strong, so the taste of the soy milk was not so apparent. Heard they use only fructose as sweetener, so 50% tastes similar to 25% from other bubble tea brands. Pearls were also smaller than usual, and very chewy. This drink feels healthier than other bubble teas! Don’t feel as guilty indulging 😋

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