Bubble Tea Craze: A Comprehensive BBT Checklist
As the bubble tea trend powers on, are you more of a Koi, GongCha, LiHo fan or are you a fanatic of new kids on the block like Milksha and Tiger Sugar? Perhaps you’re part of the OG clan whose heart still belongs to nostalgic bubble tea spots like Each A Cup and Sweet Talk?
With new bubble tea stores sprouting left and right, we thought it’d be helpful to have a handy bubble tea checklist so you can keep track of the places you’ve tried and tested. How many ticks can you get? Go forth and conquer!
Can’t decide where to begin? Read on for more information about each bubble tea joint and the drinks that they’re dishing out.
For brown sugar milk tea enthusiasts:
What We Recommend: Brown Sugar Boba Milk ($5.20)
Joining the gang of bubble tea stores offering Brown Sugar Bubble Tea is Jenjudan, a popular Taiwanese shop that started in Shilin Night Market in Taipei. Wholly dedicated to offering pearls that reflect Taiwan’s original flavour, Jenjudan has perfect its brown sugar pearls, freshly cooking and glazing them in caramelised self-produced sugar. Watch as a generous serving of warm, gooey pearls are scooped and poured into a cup before adding chilled fresh milk. If you’re up for something new with a familiar twist, give their Brown Sugar Thai Milk Tea a whirl!
Address: 1 Citylink Mall, #B1-13, Singapore 039393
2. Tiger Sugar
Source: Tiger Sugar
What We Recommend: Brown Sugar Boba Milk with Cream Mousse ($5.30)
One of the first few Brown Sugar Milk Tea contestants to join the game, Tiger Sugar has been rapidly expanding across Singapore and yet, the queue continues to lengthen. If you’re new to Tiger Sugar, their name draws inspiration from the brown sugar syrup that is poured along the sides of the cup and looks like the stripes of a tiger. Featuring fresh milk poured into a cup filled with warm, chewy brown sugar pearls and topped with a mousse, you can choose to get a mixture of Boba and Pearls for a variety of different sized pearls in your drink.
Act fast and snap a pic after receiving your drink, because the ‘tiger stripes’ melt into the drink rather quickly! For the perfect balanced flavours of the drink, Tiger Sugar recommends that you shake the cup not 14 or 16 times, but 15 times before you stick your straw in.
One thing worth taking note is that in the name of ensuring that each drink is designed for maximum enjoyment, you won’t be able to customise sugar levels, toppings or ice amounts for the drink. Rest assured however, that you’re in great hands!
- Capitol Piazza, #B2-32
- Chinatown Point, #B1-42
- Paragon, #B1-39/40
- Jurong Point 1, #03-40/41
- Northpoint City, #01-153
- Holland Piazza, #B1-06
3. Xing Fu Tang
Source: Xing Fu Tang
What We Recommend: Brown Sugar Boba Milk ($5.30)
Xing Fu Tang is renowned for their stir-fried brown sugar pearls that they generously scoop into cups of bubble tea. Boasting freshly made in-store pearls, we recommend trying out their signature Brown Sugar Boba Milk, featuring milk and cream. To top it all off, brown sugar is sprinkled atop the drink and torched to crispy, caramelised goodness like creme brulee before being served. You can choose to stir through the drink or immediately take a sip and get escalated on a sugar high straight to ‘Xing Fu Tang’, which translates to a happiness realm.
Address: Century Square #01-22, 2 Tampines Central 5, 529509
4. Kurotaki Chabann
Source: Kurotaki Chabann
What We Recommend: Brown Sugar Jelly Milk Tea ($3.50)
Coming from China, Kurotaki Chabann’s cosy little joint offers bubble tea that’s a worthy opponent to big brands out there. Made with quality ingredients from places like Taiwan, Malaysia and China, pick from what your heart desires, from Fruity Delights, Healthy Infusions to Cheese Creamery for those looking for something more decadent.
If you’re after a slightly more affordable brown sugar drink without having to join long queues, their Brown Sugar Jelly Milk Tea made with Japanese red tea and homemade brown sugar syrup might just satiate you. Accompanied by soft, brown sugar jelly that balances with the fragrant tea, who can resist it?
- 1 Raffles Link, CityLink, #B1-49, Singapore 039393
- 180 Rangoon Road
- Monday-Friday: 10am-10pm
- Monday-Friday: 11.30am-8pm
5. The Alley
Source: The Alley
What We Recommend: Brown Sugar Deerioca Fresh Milk ($5.30)
Boasting their iconic logo of a deer with large antlers, The Alley is no stranger to those who are dedicated followers of the bubble tea trend. Founded in Taichung in Taiwan, they affectionately term their handmade pearls “Deerioca” which elevates their stunning and tasty drinks.
Their signature Brown Sugar Deerioca Fresh Milk features Japanese grade fresh milk and Deerioca steeped in natural brown sugar for more than 4 hours. This results in a creamy and milky blend of warm pearls and cold milk. More of a fruit tea person? A refreshing cup of either Snow Strawberry Lulu brewed with fresh tea, topped with a milk cap and crushed strawberries might be right up your alley. The menu is also home to the Aurora series, an Instagram-worthy range of tea drinks with a mix of butterfly pea flower tea and green tea that blends the Aurora Borealis, so prepare your phones to snap a picture of this dreamy concoction!
- Orchard Cineleisure Level 2, Singapore 239695
- 78 Airport Boulevard, Jewel Changi Airport #B2-273, Singapore 819666
- Monday-Sunday: 12pm-10pm
Jewel Changi Airport
- Open 24 hours
What We Recommend: Brown Sugar Milk Tea ($3.30)
Though our first introduction to LiHo may have been when Gongcha had a hiatus, LiHo has grown to take up a soft spot in our hearts. It doesn’t hurt that they were one of the first few serving up affordable and delicious brown sugar drinks before the brown sugar fresh milk craze set in.
Check out the full list of LiHo’s address and opening hours here.
7. R&B Tea
Source: R&B Tea
What We Recommend: Brown Sugar Boba Milk Tea ($3.80)
No stranger to the brown sugar milk tea hype, R&B kicks brown sugar boba milk up a notch by offering an option with cheese brulee on it.
Check out the full list of R&B Tea’s address and opening hours here.
For those into fruity fruit teas:
8. Hi Tea
What We Recommend: Cold Brew Jasmine Fruit Tea ($5.20)
Founded in 2017 by a group of passionate tea lovers in Singapore, Hi Tea is one of the leading tea artisans around focusing on healthy and quality drinks. With creative cold brew techniques and fresh flavours constantly being invented each season, you can expect a new and unique tea blend every once in awhile.
Quench your thirst with their range of cold brew Jasmine Fruit Teas or Oolong Fruit Teas. If you’re after a stronger tea flavour, go for their Cream Cloud range featuring Cream Cloud Jasmine Tea and Cream Cloud Rose PuEr that’ll take you to cloud nine! Full of antioxidant properties and other benefits, who says bubble tea can’t be healthy?
Address: 14 Scotts Road, #01-14B, Far East Plaza, Singapore 228213
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What We Recommend: Pulpy Strawberry Kiss ($6.80)
Established in Shenzhen, Taigai has pioneered fruit-blended cheese milk crowns, with the first part of its name ‘Tai’ paying tribute to Taiwan and ‘gai’ referring to the signature milk crowns that rest atop the drinks. Masterfully balancing the milk-cheese and fruit tea ratio, it’s worth it to be a little adventurous and try their signature “Fruity Milky Kiss” bubble teas.
Go for the Pulpy Strawberry Kiss and be sure to take a sip from the lid to get the best blended sour profile from the strawberries balanced by the creamy richness of the cheese. With its vibrant colours matched with the cheerful store interior, you might want to hold your horses and snap a pic to up your bubble tea ‘gram game!
Address: 23 Serangoon Central, #B2-34, Singapore 556083
What We Recommend: Cheese Ali Mountain Dew ($5.50)
Pairing fresh fruit teas and fluffy bread, Nayuki is a cheese tea bakery cafe growing in popularity. Hailing from Shenzhen, the cafe is beautifully designed and perfect for a midday break while indulging in small bites and a refreshing drink. Offering various series like the Supreme Fresh Fruit Tea, Cheese Famous Tea and Supreme Cheese Fruit Tea, each drink is brewed with love and impeccably packaged.
Their Cheese Ali Mountain Dew concoction clinched them an award in a Taiwan Winter Tea Competition and no, it does not contain the neon green carbonated soft drink. It’s called mountain dew because the tea is brewed with tea buds painstakingly hand-picked before sunrise when they’re still covered in morning dew. It is then roasted at a low temperature for a whopping 40 hours. The resulting beverage is aromatic and naturally sweet, leaving you going for sips after sips!
- 1 Harbourfront Walk, Vivocity, #01-207 Singapore 098585
- 107 North Bridge Road, Funan Mall, #01-01 Singapore 179105
- Monday-Sunday: 11am-10pm
- Monday-Sunday: 10am-10pm
What We Recommend: It’s Just Peachy Cheese Cloud Fruit Tea ($5.50)
Specialising in fruit teas and cheesy clouds, MuYoo’s pastel and tropical concept includes drinks like the Cloud Series, Fruit Series and Classics. Having skilfully executed bubble tea that is healthier and significantly less cloying than others, MuYoo takes pride in its cheese cloud being made with pure and naturally derived ingredients.
Take a sip of the cheese cloud, then of the fruit tea, afterwhich go ahead to mix it all up for a balanced creamy, slightly savoury taste! Made with the freshest and premium ingredients with no additives, MuYoo is the one for you if you’re looking for a tangy and refreshing perk-me-up that’s not too rich or saccharine.
- 252 North Bridge Rd, Raffles City Shopping Centre, #B1-67, Singapore 179103
- 311 New Upper Changi Rd, #01-94, Singapore 467360
What We Recommend: Passion Garden Butterfly Pea Tea ($4.90)
A bubble tea kiosk hailing from Taiwan, KECha offers various drinks ranging from fruity teas to milk teas. Apart from iced teas like Roselle Tea and Butterfly Pea Tea, who can forget their glorious brown sugar series including Brown Sugar Milk, Brown Sugar Milk Tea and even Brown Sugar Taro Milk Tea? A notable characteristic is that they serve their visually stunning iced teas in tall, reusable bottles. We love an environmentally friendly brand!
Healthy and handy to tote around, KECha’s tea is also invigorating and has health benefits such as being rich in vitamins and antioxidants that boosts immunity. With whimsical names like Ocean Berry, Wander Garden and Lemon Sunset, bubble tea sure is a colourful affair at KECha. They are often present at food festivals or night markets, so do keep a lookout for their social media trail to find out where they’re popping up next!
- Far East Plaza #01-16E, Singapore 228213
- 2 Jurong East Central 1 #02-65, JCUBE, Singapore 609731
- 21 Choa Chu Kang North 6, Yew Tee Point #B1-41, Singapore 689578
13. Answer Tea
Source: Answer Tea
What We Recommend: Lemon Butterfly Milk Tea with Black Pearl ($4.20)
Feeling pensive and looking for answers? Let Answer Tea lend a hand. Write your question on the cup holder, order a drink from their Macchiato series and you’ll get your answer printed on top of your drink in edible ink! Other equally visually appealing drinks include the Lemon Butterfly Milk Tea that’ll fit right into your Instagram feed.
K-pop fans will be delighted to know that Answer Tea frequently collaborates with fan clubs to come up with cup sleeves and limited edition collectibles for various events! Notable celebrities that they have done this for are EXO’s Baekhyun and Chungha. Give Answer Tea’s bubble tea a whirl today!
Address: Dhoby Ghaut MRT, 60 Orchard Road, #B2-06, Singapore 238889
14. Each A Cup
Source: Each A Cup
What We Recommend: Winter Melon Milk Tea ($3.50)
Having seen Singapore through its first bubble tea wave, Each A Cup remains unwavering and constantly refreshes its menu with creative concoctions.
Check out the full list of Each A Cup’s address and opening hours here.
What We Recommend: Peach Oolong Tea ($4.50)
HeeTee has made a name for themselves by brewing up a storm of delightfully cheesy milk-foam tea.
Address: 133 New Bridge Rd, Chinatown Point, #B1-46, Singapore 059413
16. I Love Taimei
Source: I Love Taimei
What We Recommend: Morning Sunshine ($4.90)
If you happen to be at I Love Taimei grabbing a snack, their visually stunning bubble tea is worth a shot too!
Check out the full list of I Love Taimei’s address and opening hours here.
What We Recommend: King Fone Cheezo Tea ($5.50)
Now this is something worth shouting about (and queuing for)! If you’re all about that alcoholic bubble tea, HEYTEA at Clarke Quay offers four alcoholic creations that might be right up your alley.
- 3A River Valley Rd, Clarke Quay, Blk A, #01-06, Singapore 179020
- 2 Orchard Turn, #B4-29 ION Orchard, Singapore 238801
- Monday-Sunday: 12pm-1am
- Monday-Sunday: 10am-10pm
What We Recommend: Mighty Luffy ($6.80)
The sister brand of R&B Tea, Supertea offers an exquisite bubble tea drinking experience with premium teas and professionally executed brews. Whether you’re feeling like having a fruity or milky beverage, there’s something at Supertea for everyone.
Address: 9 Raffles Blvd, #01-75, Singapore 039596
What We Recommend: Pu’er Cheese Tea ($5.90)
With their aim to spread vitality and joy through tea culture, Partea’s drinks create a party in your mouth but doesn’t wreck havoc on your body. With lighter and healthier drinks, Partea is great for those after bubble tea with a focus on fruits.
Check out the full list of Partea’s address and opening hours here.
20. Yi Fang
What We Recommend: Aiyu Jelly Lemon Green Tea ($4.70)
Boasting fresh fruits and all natural ingredients in their tea, Yi Fang recreates authentic Taiwanese flavours in each cup that they serve, ranging from classic Black Tea Lattes to Multi-Floral Honey Mountain Teas.
Address: Orchard Gateway #B1-01, 277 Orchard Rd, 238858
For tea lovers:
21. CHICHA San Chen
Source: CHICHA San Chen
What We Recommend: Cassia Black Tea with Mousse ($4.70)
Having been established for over two decades, CHICHA San Chen hails from Taiwan and aims to make quality brewed tea accessible to tea drinkers. Boasting a prestigious certification and using precise technology that allows for temperature control tea brewing techniques, you are guaranteed the highest quality of tea at CHICHA San Chen.
Ordering your perfect cup of bubble tea here takes 5 steps, beginning with your selection of fresh tea like Green Tea or Osmanthus Oolong Tea. Then, you get to pick your flavouring depending on whether you’re after a fruity bubble tea or one with fresh milk. Top it off with bubbles or jellies, select your sugar and ice amount and voila, your customised bubble tea aesthetically wrapped in brown paper and twine awaits!
- 313 Orchard Road, #03-41, 313@somerset, Singapore 238895
- 50 Jurong Gateway Road, #l1-17, JEM, Singapore 608549
- 301 Boon Lay Way , #l1-16, Boon Lay MRT, Singapore 649846
- 53 Ang Mo Kio Ave 3, #B1-65A/65B, Singapore 569933
313@Somerset, JEM and Ang Mo Kio Hub
- Monday-Sunday: 11am-10pm
Boon Lay MRT
- Monday-Sunday: 10am-10pm
22. Ten Ren Tea
Source: Ten Ren Tea
What We Recommend: 913 King’s Oolong Tea Latte ($3.50)
Situated in Chinatown Point, Ten Ren Tea’s menu proudly consists of drinks made completely with fresh and natural ingredients. Ten Ren is Taiwan’s leading tea retailer and has many stores all around the globe, which means they must be really good at tea, right? Accurate.
Their signature drink, the 913 King’s Oolong Milk Tea beautifully blends oolong, ginseng and milk together which results in a light concoction that isn’t too sweet. Green tea lovers may want to try their Matcha Latte, while those thirsting after a fresh fruit tea can get their Orange Green Tea made with freshly squeezed oranges and orange pulp!
Address: 133 New Bridge Rd, #01-07 ChinaTown Point, Singapore 059413
23. TP Tea
Source: TP Tea
What We Recommend: Tie Guan Yin Tea ($2.90)
As its name suggests, TP Tea places an emphasis on the quality and taste of their teas. For bubble tea drinkers who belong to the school of thought that the tea aroma should be strong, TP Tea might be the one for you. With all the tea at TP Tea being freshly brewed with tea leaves rather than powder, you can be assured that you’re getting the best standards around.
Fresh batches of pearls are made every few hours and natural cane sugar is added to sweeten the drinks which brings out the essence of the tea flavours. Discerning tea drinkers may want to get the best-seller Tie Guan Yin Tea Latte that retains the aromatic tea flavour while being delightfully milky and smooth.
- Changi Airport, Terminal 2, Departure Hall #026-015-01, Singapore 819643
- Suntec City #01-312, 3 Temasek Boulevard Singapore 038983
- Monday-Sunday: Open for 24 hours
- Monday-Sunday: 11am-10pm
What We Recommend: Golden Oolong Milk Tea ($2.70)
This seemingly unassuming bubble tea kiosk serves up delicious drinks that won’t burn a hole in your pockets.
Check out the full list of iTea’s address and opening hours here.
What We Recommend: Lychee Rose Nectar ($4.10)
With five base fragrant teas to work with, you can customise the perfect bubble tea to your heart’s content with various toppings, ice and sugar content.
Address: Galaxis,1 Fusionopolis Place #01-34, Singapore 138522
Closed on Sundays
26. Tea Plus
Source: Tea Plus
What We Recommend: Classic Oolong Tea ($2.20)
Though Tea Plus only has one outlet in Singapore, they have many loyal customers who are willing to travel to Clementi just for their bubble tea fix. Next time you’re craving bubble tea and bored of the usual options, why not visit Tea Plus?
Address: 449 Clementi Ave 3, #01-261, Singapore 120449
27. Yuan Cha
Source: Yuan Cha
What We Recommend: Honey Tie Guan Yin ($4.20)
A fairly new homegrown brand new to the local bubble tea scene, Yuan Cha aims to offer quality drinks that appeal to all age groups, ranging from children to elderly. For a nutritional and tangy boost, give their Fruit Vinegar featuring fruit vinegar mixed with brewed tea a whirl!
Check out the full list of Yuan Cha’s address and opening hours here.
For those who prefer milk-based bubble teas:
What We Recommend: Black Tea Rock Salt Macchiato ($3.20)
Hollin really is ‘hollin’ (great to drink in Hokkien). Known for their handmade pearls of various flavours that rotate daily, getting your bubble tea fix at Hollin is a memorable experience in itself. Watch your pearls be made and pick from Honey White Pearl or the flavour of the day!
From Matcha to Rich Cocoa, Black Sesame and Rock Salt, you’ll get countless bubble tea combinations depending on which day of the week you visit. If you happen to be at the Toa Payoh outlet, don’t leave without snapping a shot of your drink with the aesthetic floral background for your ‘gram!
- 190 Toa Payoh Central, #01-538, Singapore 310190
- 3 Temasek Blvd, #02-605/605A, Suntec City, Singapore 038983
- Monday-Sunday: 10am-10pm
- Monday-Sunday: 11.30am-10pm
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What We Recommend: Azuki Matcha Milk ($5.60)
Known as ‘Milkshop’ in Taiwan, Milksha is no stranger to the bubble tea scene in Taiwan and is extremely popular among Taiwanese university students. As its name suggests, Milksha places importance on the quality of milk, only using 100% natural fresh milk with no creamer.
Featuring various ranges like the Fresh Milk, Fresh Milk Tea Latte, Brown Sugar Milk and Premium Tea series, you’ll be spoilt for choice here. We recommend going for the milky ones so you can find out what the hype really is all about! Give their honey pearls a go as they’re prepared in Taiwan and flown to Singapore so you’re guaranteed consistency and the same chewy goodness as the pearls in Taiwan.
- Suntec City, 3 Temasek Boulevard 3 Temasek Boulevard #02-375/376 Singapore 038983
- Funan Mall: 109 North Bridge Road #02-K07 Funan, Singapore 179097
What We Recommend: Herbal Mint Milk Tea ($4.10)
A homegrown brand serving up premium bubble tea, Woobbee boasts a wide assortment of various drinks ranging from milk teas to flavoured teas like Yakult Green Tea and Lychee Black Tea. Using only raw sugar that is unbleached in their drinks, you get to indulge in a tasty treat with less calories without having to compromise on taste!
Woobbee made waves when they pushed out their Herbal Mint Milk tea, essentially milk tea with famous cough syrup Pei Pa Koa, which makes the drink equal parts milky and minty. Whether you’re all about that adventurous life or just looking for a reason to drink bubble tea even with a sore throat, we say go for it!
- 1 Tanjong Pagar Plaza #01-18, Singapore 082001
- 100 Beach Road #01-53, Singapore 189702
- 133 New Bridge Road #02-26, Chinatown Point, Singapore 059413
- Monday- Friday: 10.30am - 7.30pm
- Saturday: 11am - 5.30pm
- Closed on Sunday and Public Holidays
- Monday-Friday: 10.30am - 7.30pm
- Sat & Sun: 11am - 5.30pm
- Closed on Public Holidays
- Monday- Friday: 10.30am - 8.30pm
- Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays: 10.30am - 7.30pm
31. Bober Tea
Source: Bober Tea
What We Recommend: Hokkaido Milk Cap Mango ($5.50)
Known for their aesthetically pleasing drinks, Bober Tea focuses on providing wallet-friendly bubble teas of all kinds whether you’re craving a milk-based beverage or one made with fruits that can quench your thirst. Beautifully blending flavours of bubble teas from places like Taiwan, Japan and China, there’s something new for everyone here.
The quaint store offers drinks with unique Hokkaido Milk Caps that are sweet, creamy and freshly made every few hours! With equal dedication from the premium quality of the drinks down to the cute packaging, getting bubble tea from Bober Tea truly is one Instagrammable affair.
- 200 Bishan Road, #01-01, Singapore 579827
- 1 Jelebu Rd, #01-23, Singapore 677743
32. Kung Fu Tea
Source: Kung Fu Tea
What We Recommend: 38 Milk King ($4.30)
Another bubble tea joint that has joined the scene is Kung Fu Tea, presenting various ranges like the Fantastic Cheese Milk Foam Pink Salt and Power Pearl Latte. Another interesting series is their Tai Chi Float which comprises drinks topped with a scoop of ice cream. Can somebody say yum?
If a milky cup of goodness is your thing, you might gravitate towards the 38 Milk Tea King. Can’t decide between pearls, grass jelly and agar jelly? Fret not, the 38 Milk Tea King has them all! Filled with just the right amount of drink to topping ratio, it’s the perfect drink for a midday treat when you’re thirsty but want to chew on something.
- 51 Ang Mo Kio Ave 3, #01-02A, Singapore 569922
- Hougang Central, #01-24 Blk 810, Singapore 530810
What We Recommend: Green Milk Tea Latte with Black Sesame Pearls ($4.40)
Much like Hollin, Playmade introduces a novel experience to one’s bubble tea purchasing journey by having live-making process of their pearls be made visible to the public. Pearl flavours available include Pink Cactus, Burnt Caramel, Black Sesame and White Pearls. Keep a lookout for their seasonal drink ranges that also come with seasonal pearl flavours!
Customise your bubble tea order to your liking, pearl lovers will be excited about the fact that you can have more than one type of pearl in your drink! The plump and chewy little balls of goodness add a new layer of texture and fun to each cup and with the impressive range of drink choices available, it’ll definitely take you awhile (and lots of stomach space) to drink your way through the bubble tea combinations!
- 108 Depot Road #01-03, Singapore 100108
- 23 Serangoon Central, NEX Shopping Mall #04-17, Singapore 556083
- 10 Tampines Central 1 #01-59, Singapore 529536
- Ang Mo Kio Ave 8, Ang Mo Kio Mrt Station #01-04,, Singapore 569811
- 83 Punggol Central, Waterway Point, B1-K6, Singapore 828761
What We Recommend: Pearl Milk Tea ($3.20)
After finally making a comeback, Gongcha remains part of the quintessentiaal brands all bubble tea lovers have tried, and needs no introduction.
Check out the full list of Gongcha’s address and opening hours here.
What We Recommend: Honey Milk Tea ($3.60)
If you’ve never had Koi, have you ever really tried bubble tea?
Check out the full list of Koi’s address and opening hours here.
36. Sweet Talk
Source: Sweet Talk
What We Recommend: Milk Tea ($2)
Our first love, the OG bubble tea joint peppered all over heartlands that blends fantastic cups of Oreo Crush.
Check out the full list of Sweet Talk’s address and opening hours here.
37. Cup Walker
What We Recommend: Caramel Milk Tea ($2.30)
Another bubble tea store that entered the market early on, Cup Walker is situated in heartlands of Singapore and is the perfect spot to grab a comfort drink.
Address: 205 Hougang Street 21, Kovan Heartland Mall, Singapore 530205
What We Recommend: Melon Tea with Fresh Milk ($2.80)
While Blackball does wonderful Taiwanese desserts, they’ve also mastered the art of chewy, bouncy pearls in their bubble teas that’s perfect for a post-meal treat.
Check out the full list of Blackball’s address and opening hours here.
39. Bobii Fruitii
Source: Bobii Fruitii
What We Recommend: Uji Snow ($6.50)
Known for their aesthetically attractive gradient bubble teas, Bobii Fruitii’s drinks tastes as good as they look. Green tea enthusiasts will want to try their Uji Snow, featuring hand-whisked matcha and brown cane sugar that blends beautifully.
Address: 3155 Commonwealth Ave W, Singapore 129588
What We Recommend: Okinawa Milk Tea ($3.30)
You can always expect something fresh from Sharetea’s menu, whether it’s a refreshing iced tea or a bubble milk tea. If you’re a fan of grapefruit, their latest Grapefruit Mania range might send you into a frenzy!
Check out the full list of Sharetea’s address and opening hours here.