10 Paya Lebar Road
#03-25 PLQ Mall
Singapore 409057

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11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

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this is the earl grey tea with sweet milk foam, very yummy love the milk foam. reminiscent of cheese foam just a rich milk version~ at 50% sugar it’s still quite sweet

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This will appeal to black sesame lovers. If you love black sesame paste, you would probably love this too. It is basically a concoction of fragrant black sesame paste with fresh milk. I only wished that the black sesame could be thicker or maybe I am too used to a thick paste as compared to this which is more watery due to the ratio of milk to sesame 》$4.80

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Premium Valrhona cocoa imported from France is mixed into fresh milk for a creamy indulgence 》$4.80

This comes with a pure, rich, intense and addictive cocoa taste as it uses premium Valrhona cocoa. I got it with 25% sugar as recommended by the staff and felt that I can even get it at 0% probably coz I ordered it without ice and there is nothing to dilute it.

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Japanese matcha powder from a century-year-old brand gives a unique and velvety consistency. A perfect balance of slightly bitter matcha and creamy fresh milk. I like to have mine without ice so as not to dilute the milk unless I am finishing it within 30mins upon purchase 》$5.60

I love their fresh milk series and the use of pure/natural ingredients with velvety smooth fresh milk. They use fresh milk from greenfields and there is no sugar level for this drink - you know how natural (sweet and earthy) this is with just matcha and fresh milk.

Milksha uses taro that are imported from Dajia (大甲) in Taichung, Taiwan. The taro are then steamed and hand-mashed daily at outlets. The fresh taro milk is mildly sweetened, rich and creamy. It’s just like drinking orh nee from a cup except it is not as thick. A little pricey but considering they use quality ingredients with pure fresh milk and imported taro, it is still worth the indulgence 》$5.60

The combination of sweet Taiwanese orange juice and delicate green tea gives a vibrant and ultra-refreshing taste. Leaning towards more orangey, it has a good balance of sweet and zestiness 》$4.20