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I was at Wisma and was very thirsty, and the most affordable drink option available would be sharetea - perhaps after the recent Taiwan food scare, not much people were queuing when there normally would be a queue. I had the honey red tea at $2.20 (without pearls of course). The honey taste was strong and covers the red tea taste. It was a bit too sweet for my liking, and leaves a sticky feeling down my throat.
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I was at Wisma and was very thirsty, and the most affordable drink option available would be sharetea - perhaps after the recent Taiwan food scare, not much people were queuing when there normally would be a queue. I had the honey red tea at $2.20 (without pearls of course). The honey taste was strong and covers the red tea taste. It was a bit too sweet for my liking, and leaves a sticky feeling down my throat.
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