2 Tan Quee Lan Street
Singapore 188091

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11:30am - 09:00pm

11:30am - 09:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 09:00pm

11:30am - 09:00pm

11:30am - 09:00pm

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Wanpo Tea Shop, originated from Taichung in Taiwan, serves pretty fine quality tea of a wide variety. We had a boba taro milk which had chewy caramelic boba pearls in taro fresh milk of a thick consistency. It’s hard not to taste the huge chunks of taros, and it’s probably recommended only if you are truly a taro lover. We also had a tea based drink that was light and refreshing; the sugarcane baozhong tea. While the partner felt that it was like a diluted sugarcane drink, I thought it was thirst quenching as it is not as fermented as oolong yet falling short of the sharp green tea notes. In fact, the sugarcane had a lingering, delicate sugary sweetness.

Thanks to #burpplebeyond, we enjoyed 2 bubble teas at the price of 1! Wanpo was also flexible in allowing us to mix and match the different beverage sizes.

Wanted some cool drinks respite from the hot weather. Came to Wanpo bcos there's 1 for 1 deal and indoor seats. We selected the fruit teas as we are not fans of bubble tea and there's a choice of ice and sugar level. WB had the Sugar cane baozhong tea with no sugar, the taste of the tea is quite rich and WB likes it. I had the grapefruit green tea with 25% sugar. It's slightly sour and there's grapefruit pulp in the drink. We are satisfied with the drinks and will return again.
#WanpoTea #SugarCaneBaozhongTea #GrapeFruitGreenTea #BurppleBeyond

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I spilt the tea 🥲

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Grapefruit green tea is a slightly sour w 0% sugar. Recommend to add sugar.

Tried the wanpo milk tea with Burpple 1 for 1, they had some ongoing promotion so there was also a free upgrade to Large cup. Overall taste of tea was good and worth the price. Will be back to try their custard milk tea!

I still remember my last bubble tea back during my Taiwan trip was also from this brand.

It is really happy to see that they finally opened their outlet here in Singapore.

Unlike the cold weather in Taiwan, here in Singapore could be a intense hot weather sometime during the day.

So instead of my usual sweet drink, which I usually will order in Taiwan; I will choose something refreshing here in Singapore.

The aiyu jelly lemon tea is definitely one worth getting to cold down yourself in this hot weather.

Medium size would be $4.10, but you could enjoy 1 for 1 with Burpple Beyond here for now.