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Here’s a look at LiHO’s full menu and some of their drinks

Got cheese on the tea.

Mandy How | May 29, 2017 @ 06:25 pm

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When we woke up this morning, we were greeted with news of Gong Cha being replaced by LiHO.

Now that we’re slowly getting over the surprise, here’s a look at LiHO’s full menu:

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Interesting brews include the LiHO Milk Guan Yin ($3.50, medium), Cheese ‘n’ Choc Smoothie ($6.90), and Classic Brown Sugar Milk Tea ($3.50, medium).

Their Cheese Tea range is being promoted quite aggressively, so we snooped around on Instagram to see who has actually tried it. Unfortunately, some of them are invited tastings, but it’ll do to satiate our curiosity for now:

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Turns out when they say Cheese Tea, they really mean cheese foam on your tea.

Left: Cheese Mango Smoothie with Pearl, $7.40. Right: Cheese Yam Smoothie with Custard Pudding, $7.60. Cheese smoothies only come in large sizes.

Toppings like Oreo Crunch and White Pearl are also available.

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Cheese Yam Smoothie with Grass Jelly, $7.60. Felt like eating a liquid cheesecake, apparently.

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Business has also been brisk at Bugis+ and VivoCity. Their cheese tea is limited to 50 cups a day per outlet, so you gotta beat the queue for it.

In the meantime:

In loving memory of Gong Cha #orshouldwesayGoneCha #lastday5june #liho #waboho

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#RIPGongCha

 

Top image adapted from here.

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About Mandy How

Mandy is a pantry rat. She eats everything in the pantry (except other people's food).

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