Milksha – Taiwanese Bubble Tea Shop in Singapore

Milksha Taiwanese bubble tea shop in Singapore operates one outlet within Tampines 1 shopping center (10 Tampines Central 1).

Founded by Kevin Lin in 2002 in Taiwan, and in Singapore since June 2019, the company offers Taiwanese style bubble teas and a range of other exquisitely handcrafted beverages & ice cream desserts.

The company has a mission to offer “Natural, Handmade and Unique Milk Beverages“, and to achieve this, they use 100% natural milk and natural ingredients in making the products – with no preservatives, no chemical ingredients, and no artificial colorings being used.

Milksha - Taiwanese Bubble Tea Shop in Singapore.

Best-selling items on the bubble tea shop menu include Fresh Taro Milk, Valrhona 100% Cocoa Milk, Azuki Matcha Milk, Brown Sugar Milk, and Earl Grey Latte with Honey Pearl.

Milksha's Valrhona Cocoa Fresh Milk, available in Singapore.

Other highlights on the menu are, for example, Black Sesame Milk, Zesty Lemon Green Tea, Oolong Latte, as well as Roasted Wheat Tea.

Taiwanese Bubble Tea Shop in Singapore - Milksha - Black Sesame Milk with Honey Pearls.

Black Sesame Milk with Honey Pearls.

Milksha Tampines 1 – Taiwanese Bubble Tea Shop in Singapore
10 Tampines Central 1, #01-38, Tampines 1
Singapore 529536
Opening Hours: Monday-Thursday 11am-9pm, Friday-Saturday 11am-10pm, Sunday 11am-9pm
milksha.com.sg

Official Facebook page for Milksha Taiwanese bubble tea shop in Singapore is available at facebook.com/milkshasingapore/.

Following the Facebook channel, you’ll stay updated on the chain’s new products, their events & promotions, plus much more.

Milksha – What Is Taiwanese Bubble Tea?

Taiwanese bubble tea, also known as pearl milk tea, tapioca milk tea, or boba tea, is a cold tea-based beverage that originated in Taiwan in the 1980s. It has since become a popular drink worldwide, with variations in its ingredients and preparation.

Traditional Taiwanese bubble tea is typically made with a black or green tea base, sweetened condensed milk, and tapioca pearls. Tapioca pearls are chewy balls made from tapioca starch, which are cooked in syrup before being added to the tea. The tea is often served with ice and a wide straw, which allows the drinker to suck up the tapioca pearls.

In addition to the traditional ingredients, bubble tea can also be made with a variety of other toppings, such as fruit jelly, pudding, or cheese foam. It can also be flavored with a variety of different syrups, such as taro, mango, or strawberry.

Bubble tea is a popular drink because it is refreshing, sweet, and has a unique texture. It is often enjoyed as a snack or a treat, and it can be customized to fit the individual’s taste.