Pei Pa Koa bubble tea available in S’pore for S$4.10, comes with free toppings

No need to make your own now.

Mandy How | December 17, 2018 @ 11:55 am

You might have been intrigued by the cough syrup green tea that uses Nin Jiom Pei Pa Koa, created by a bubble tea house in California:

People in America are using cough syrup Pei Pa Koa to make “holiday-themed” bubble tea

And if you’re adventurous enough to try it, a bubble tea shop in Singapore called Woobbee actually has it.

Here’s their HerbalMint Milk Tea, which is essentially Pi Pa Gao milk tea:

Each drink is priced at S$4.10, and comes with your choice of one free topping: Black pearls, grass jelly, pudding, or nata de coco.

Screenshot from Woobbee

The shop also launched a lactose-free version of the beverage earlier this year, which they say has an even stronger mint taste:

However, this drink is currently not on their site’s menu.

Woobbee also sells a wide variety of “normal”-flavoured teas, like Honey Black Tea and Oolong Milk Tea.

The brand has three outlets around Singapore: Chinatown Point, Shaw Tower, and Tanjong Pagar Plaza.

Note that the Tanjong Pagar Plaza branch is closed on Sundays.

Address and Opening Hours

Shaw Tower
100 Beach Rd #01-53, Singapore 189702

Monday – Friday, 10.30am to 7.30pm
Saturday, Sunday, 11am to 5.30pm
Closed on Public Holidays.

Chinatown Point
133 New Bridge Rd #02-26, Singapore 059413

Monday – Friday, 10.30am to 8.30pm
Saturday, Sunday, Public Holidays, 10.30am to 7.30pm

Tanjong Pagar Plaza
1 Tanjong Pagar Plaza #01-18, Singapore 082001

Monday – Friday, 10.30am to 7.30pm
Saturday, 11am to 5.30pm
Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays

Top image from Woobbee’s Instagram


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