Supertea – Singapore’s First Ever Milk Tea & Pearl Bun!
After lunch at Millenia Walk, Team Tam Chiak stumbled upon what appears to be the official launch of Supertea on the ground level of the retail haven. If you’re like us, slogging away to meet tight deadlines, then you might like to drop by for a mid-week treat. Supertea is one of Koufu’s latest concepts. The kiosk is situated in the middle of Millenia Walk, and has three 4-seater tables. Supertea’s variety of teas is definitely a refreshing change from the usual offerings from coffeehouses in Millenia Walk. Apart from the usual suspects (milk teas and fruit teas), the kiosk has also come up with a series of premium ‘hand-pressed’ teas.
We were recommended the Iced 23 Oolong Rich Machiaato + Fresh Milk ($4.60/medium, $5.30/large) . The brew was delicate and smooth, with a light roasted aroma. The layer of milk lent a mildly sweet and creamy edge to the drink. Remember to stir the mixture well! Patrons can opt for their homemade pearls as well. These little copper-coloured bubbles are the epitome of quality boba — soft and chewy.
One of their must-try fruit teas is the Blossom Pineapple ($6.80). Our cup was brimming with a medley of fruits, such as passionfruit, calamansi and pineapple pulp. The tartness from the pulps surprised us as we quaffed the refreshing beverage. The mixture of fruits worked harmoniously to deliver a mellow, fruity flavour. So delightful!
Apart from beverages, unique cream-filled buns are available at Supertea too! Dubbed Goody Bun, these artisanal bread actually resemble mini bread loaves instead of the usual buns. Currently, the buns come in three flavours — Matcha ($4.80), Chocolate ($4.50) and the exclusive Milk Tea w/ Pearl Goody Bun ($4.80). The buns are consistent in terms of taste and texture. A generous sprinkle of sugar frosting and flavoured powder(depending on the bun’s flavour) covers the top of every bun.
While the bread was a little too hard for me, the fillings were stellar. I was VERY excited to try their exclusive Milk Tea w/ Pearl Goody Bun ($4.80). Never have I tried such a creation before! The milk tea cream, which was rich and buttery, carried a strong tea fragrance that we adored very much. Hidden inside the bun are a few chewy pearls.
There seems to be a flavour for everyone. Matcha lovers will love the matcha goody bun! While it was as sweet as the milk tea bun, the fragrance of green tea was not as strong as we had expected. The chocolate bun was very similar. I preferred the chocolate cream as the cocoa flavour melded excellently with the custardy smooth cream.
Stop by Supertea if you need a good dose of tea. The assortment of goody buns, and range of teas, will perk you up. They offer sandwiches too, if you desire a quick lunch!
Address: 9 Raffles Boulevard, Millenia Walk #01-75, Singapore 039596
Opening Hours: 10am to 9pm daily.
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