[CLOSED] TP Tea (Changi Airport Terminal 2)

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60 Airport Boulevard
#026-015-01 Changi Airport Terminal 2 Departure Hall
Singapore 819643

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Leafy taste of matcha green tea powder with milk.

(Promotion: 2 for S$5)

$5 for 2 - had some promo going on. It was not great. not sure what about it but we didn’t really enjoy this drink and kind of wished we had just stuck with their regular milk tea which we knew we liked haha

Tried the pearl milk tea toast and it wasn’t very milk tea. The pearls were pretty chewy though. But overall I think this was overly hyped and not the kind of thing I’ll eat again 😅

Nice soft serve with fragrance of milk tea! Pearls are nice & chewy too. But I find it a little pricey for a small cup @ $3.90.

I am no die-hard bubble tea fan but I am certainly game for milk tea soft serve. Having TP Tea’s limited-period-only Tie Guan Yin Soft-serve with Pearls ($4.60), the swirls were pretty decent. Though a tad icy and less pronounced in tea flavour than I had hoped for, the softserve did have a pleasant well-rounded sweetness with a subtle milky undertone. It also served as a nice alternative to the drink and a satisfying after-meal treat with the chewy mini pearls.



My first experience at Changi airport T2’s outlet a few months for the original Pearl milk tea softserve left a positive impression that I wouldn’t mind heading back for repeated visits. Back then, the milk tea softserve was smooth, creamy and thick, with a lingering aromatic tea flavour that was prominently distinct amidst the subtle milky undertone. Though the portion might seem small, it was actually sufficient (or maybe even abundant) for 1 given it’s thick, creamy texture that might get a tad overwhelming after awhile. The lingering fragrance of the luscious tea flavour left me impressed as tbh I personally feel it’s one of the best milk tea softserve I’ve had in Singapore! ✨I love how the tea flavour is lingering, fragrant without being too milky. However, on my recent trip to Suntec city’s outlet, a spoonful of the Tie Guan Yin softserve was all it takes to disregard my positive thoughts and memories of the milk tea softserve. Not too sure if it’s the difference in consistency among the 2 outlets but the texture here was slightly icy, lacking the creamy factor and most importantly, the tea flavour was much milder than before. Both the flavour and texture were the major factors that warrants me from making anymore repeated visits for this softserve .
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