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I saw quite a lot of people buying the Q Essential Bubble Milk Tea ($2.30 for Small, $3.50 for Medium) and so I decided to try it too. Oh well, Singaporean mentality at work here Their prices seemed rather reasonable, much cheaper than normal bubble tea shops. Maybe it's because it is situated in a university. My immediate thought was that it was quite small... and when I took a sip, it was definitely not thick enough for a respectable milk tea. It wasn't fragrant enough either and a little too
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I saw quite a lot of people buying the Q Essential Bubble Milk Tea ($2.30 for Small, $3.50 for Medium) and so I decided to try it too. Oh well, Singaporean mentality at work here
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Their prices seemed rather reasonable, much cheaper than normal bubble tea shops. Maybe it's because it is situated in a university.
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My immediate thought was that it was quite small... and when I took a sip, it was definitely not thick enough for a respectable milk tea. It wasn't fragrant enough either and a little toooo sweet even though I asked for 50% sweetness only. I think people bought from them because they are the only stall in The New World. But honestly my advice? Buy fruit juice from the adjacent Canteen A if you want a refreshing drink... the bubble tea here doesn't cut it for me.
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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2013-07-25