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Wanpo Tea Shop: Famous Taiwanese Bubble Tea Store Opens In Bugis With Mango Pomelo Sago, Taro Milk And More

Wanpo Tea Shop in Bugis

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Attention all bubble tea fans, we have good news for you! Wanpo Tea Shop, a well-known Taiwanese bubble tea store, has opened its first outlet in Singapore. You can find them along Tan Quee Lan Street, about a two-minute walk from Bugis Junction.

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Wanpo Tea Shop, formerly known as Wanpo Island Black Tea, began at a military base village in Taichung, Taiwan. It was a popular hangout spot where folks enjoyed their afternoon tea with a cup of aiyu lemonade. Now, Wanpo Tea Shop has expanded globally, with outlets in countries such as the United Kingdom, Australia, the United States, and more. 

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Just like any bubble tea store, Wanpo Tea Shop has an assortment of BBT flavours for you to choose from. Their menu features five categories: Pure Tea, Fruit Tea, Milk Tea, Seasonal, and Cheese. Most of the drinks come in two sizes—medium or large—and you can adjust the sugar level according to your liking. 

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If you are feeling spoiled for choice, we would recommend going for their bestselling seasonal item—Mango Pomelo Sago ($5.80/$6.80). Expect a mango slushie, with heaps of sago topping, grapefruit pulp, taro balls, mango chunks, and milk. It is supposedly as good as the iconic mango pomelo sago dessert!

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Alternatively, try Singapore’s first Custard Boba Milk Tea With Oreo ($6). The drink features streaks of custard cream around a cup filled with milk tea, crushed Oreo bits, and handmade pearls. If you are not a fan of pearls, Wanpo also offers a Custard Milk Tea With Oreo for just $5.30 that’s well-loved for being creamy and fragrant.

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Another unique drink you should consider is the Mochi Soy Creme Tea Latte ($5.80). The mochi is made to order, so it’s said to be soft and chewy when served. As this milk tea is a latte drink, do expect the tea flavour to be lighter than usual.

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For something more refreshing, check out the Aiyu Jelly Lemon Tea ($4.10/$5.50), or Kumquat Lemonade ($4.10/$5.30). Aiyu jelly is said to be a must-have item in Taiwan during the summer as it’s a great remedy for the humidity, so it promises to be a great treat in Singapore’s blazing heat. 

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If you are looking for more Taiwanese BBT options, check out Cing Tea at Icon Village, or Dont Yell At Me, located at Orchard Central. 

Address: 2 Tan Quee Lan Street, #01-03, Singapore 188091
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9pm

Feature image adapted from @twofishtums and @baby_614’s post.

Michelle Yeo

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