Three new bubble tea spots in Singapore to get your milk tea and pearl repair


The bubble tea development isn’t going wherever anytime quickly, so we’ve resigned ourselves to a everlasting sugar excessive from milk tea and pearls. However in case you’re nonetheless going robust on the brown sugar boba bandwagon, listed here are three upcoming bubble tea joints on the island so that you can sip and chew on candy tapioca orbs when these cravings kick in.

Simply keep in mind to decrease your most popular sugar stage each every now and then, ’trigger the conflict in opposition to diabetes continues to be raging.


Lishan Qingxin Oolong Tea in 5 completely different roast ranges. Picture: Chicha San Chen

With roots relationship again to 1998, this Taiwanese model brings collectively conventional tea with bubble tea, taking issues to the following stage by having its personal tea mountain, skilled tea tasters, and tea roasters. It’s additionally bought greater than 200 shops in Taiwan and China, so you realize Chicha San Chen have to be doing one thing proper.

Debuting in Singapore on Might 14 at Somerset, the “tea boutique” preps every order on the spot utilizing a tea brewer machine that apparently will get the job finished inside a minute. (Nice information for impatient queuers right here.) Every tea selection has its personal set of numbers for water temperature, brew time, and tea-to-water ratio, with six varieties together with Cassia black tea, Excessive Mountain Pouchong tea, Osmanthus Oolong tea, and Dong Ding Oolong tea.

All you gotta do is choose your tea base (from $3.20) and layer your brew with something from tropical notes to creamy flavors, then high it off with the likes of coconut jelly or chewy pearls which can be apparently one-and-a-half instances greater than regular. Heat variations can be found too, in addition to various sugar and ice stage customizations. There’ll even be a tea appreciation nook the place you’ll be able to pattern Taiwan’s Lishan Qingxin Oolong tea in 5 roast ranges, plus a retail space with tea baggage and free leaf tea cannisters.

Opening on Might 14 at #03-41, 313 @ Somerset. Each day 10am-10pm. 


Picture: The Alley Singapore/Fb

Fancy a cup of bubble tea at 3am? Now it’s an actual risk, however maybe provided that you reside within the East. Taiwanese model The Alley, which has swarmed cities throughout the globe with greater than 300 shops in a span of six years, has debuted a 24/7 kiosk at Jewel Changi Airport, with one other to come back at Cineleisure Orchard.

Should-tries embrace the brown sugar Deerioca recent milk ($5.30) and its matcha ($6.30) or cocoa ($6.30) variations, all swirling with tapioca bobs which can be fastidiously brewed for 4 hours in a pool of brown sugar. They’re wealthy and creamy, however beware the saccharine sweetness of all of it, ’trigger sugar ranges can’t be adjusted.

For a extra premium idea, the model is launching The Alley Luxe cafe at its Orchard location this month, that includes the signature Deerioca collection alongside its Lulu recent fruit and Aurora fruit and tea drinks. In the event you’d like to take a seat for a bit, the shop additionally presents nibbles like croissants, cruffins, and kouign-amann to go along with your bubble tea.

The Alley is at #B2-273 Jewel Changi Airport. Open 24 hours. The Alley Luxe is at #02-06A/B Cineleisure.


Picture: Xing Fu Tang Malaysia/Fb

Yet one more well-known Taiwanese identify has set its sights on invading Singapore’s bubble tea scene: Xing Fu Tang. You oughta know the drill by now — wait in anticipation for the shop to open, be part of the road on opening day, snap a kind of ubiquitous pics of a “striped” brown sugar pearl milk cuppa, and get flooded by envious followers asking you whether or not it’s higher or on par with the likes of Tiger Sugar and Jenjudan.

Nonetheless, this one’s principally for the East-siders, since its first Singapore department is in Tampines. After establishing virtually 100 shops in Taiwan and overseas, its go-to drink is undeniably the brown sugar boba milk ($5.30), which incorporates tapioca balls “stir-fried” in woks brimming with caramelized brown sugar, and a high layer of extra brown sugar that’s been torched. Different dessert-sounding drinks to attempt embrace matcha boba milk and mango smoothie with cutesy rabbit-shaped panna cotta.

Oh, and in case you can’t wait until end-June to get your repair, the model is supplying you with a peek of issues to come back with a pop-up on the basement of Takashimaya from Might 30 to June 16.

Opening on June 28 at #01-22 Century Sq..

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