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Telephone
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Introduction
Originated in Taiwan, Share Tea takes the whole bubble tea experience a notch higher by offering you one of the world’s most-natural and healthiest teas around. It does what the other bubble tea does here; only better, each drink is prepared from scratch, premium tea leaves are brewed on site and only freshly-squeezed-fruit-juices are added in their teas. continue reading
Other Info
Cash Only
Restaurant Website
https://www.facebook.com/ShareteaSingapore
Signature Dishes
Handmade Taro Fresh Milk QQ Happy Family Milk Tea Red Bean Milk Tea Ume Plum Fruit Tea
Review (2)
Level4 2013-08-11
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This was my first time trying this particular brand of bubble tea. I decided to have a small cup of green tea at $1.90. I would have to pay 0.50 cents for pearls as it does not come with green tea for free. I tried to understand it well as the counter staff does not speak fluent english so there was a bit of communication barrier. I wanted it to be at the 100% level of sweetness but it did not taste extremely sweet though. Perhaps it was because i did not have it right away but brought it home. The moment when i gotten home, almost all the ice cubes were already dissolved and so it somewhat diluted the sweetness and it turned out to be just right.It has got a nice fragrance and tasted refreshing. I enjoyed it pretty much. And, i would like out their milk tea with pearls next time. continue reading
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Level4 2013-08-09
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Share tea is another bubble tea chain with many outlets throughout our island. The drink offerings here are pretty standard with typical prices of close to 3 dollars per drink. I chose the mango fruit tea with 80% sugar and black pearls. The drink was nicely flavoured with fruity notes and the pearls were chewy and nice to munch on. The tea was very refreshing being ice cold and deliciously fruity. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)