Pearl milk tea & Tie Guan Yin soft serves available in S’pore from S$3.90

Reviews are mostly positive.

Mandy How | February 8, 2019 @ 05:12 pm


Bubble tea now comes in many forms.

S’pore patisserie sells bubble tea tarts for S$7.50

Bubble tea hotpot exists

Adding to the list is TP Tea, who advertised their pearl milk tea soft serves with a giant poster outside their kiosk in Suntec City:

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The dessert comes with actual pearls.

Besides Suntec, the brand is also available in Changi Airport Terminal 2, where it is opened 24/7.

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Even though only the pearl milk tea flavour was featured, Tie Guan Yin soft serve is also on the menu for S$4.60.

For those who are not familiar with it, Tie Guan Yin is a type of Chinese Oolong tea, supposedly of the premium variety.

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Here are photos of the actual product.

Reviews on it are mostly positive, too.

Although one person didn’t find it worth raving about:

However, according to another Instagram user, the Tie Guan Yin soft serve is only available for a limited period.

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I am no die-hard bubble tea fan but I am certainly game for milk tea soft serve. Having TP Tea’s limited-period-only Tie Guan Yin Soft-serve with Pearls ($4.60), the swirls were pretty decent. Though a tad icy and less pronounced in tea flavour than I had hoped for, the softserve did have a pleasant well-rounded sweetness with a subtle milky undertone. It also served as a nice alternative to the drink and a satisfying after-meal treat with the chewy mini pearls. #tpteasg #tptea #Burpple #burpplesg #sgfoodie #foodagram #sgfoodies #sgfood #foodsg #foodspotting #foodiesg #throwback #8dayseat #eatoutsg #iweeklyfood #sgeats #sgeatout #igsg #sgig #openrice #stfood #softserve #foodphotography #igdaily #igfood #instafood #foreverhungry #milktea #softserveicecream #milkteaicecream

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Best to try it fast, then.

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Address and Opening Hours:
Changi Airport Terminal 2
60 Airport Blvd, Singapore 819643
Opened 24/7

Suntec City (West Wing)
3 Temasek Boulevard, #01-312, Singapore 038983
11am to 10pm daily 

Related story:

Guan Yin isn’t a gimmicky tea name. It’s a legit tea with 300 years of history.

Top image by @bforbern and @gnilray on Instagram


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