Milksha, Voted No. 1 Milktea by Taiwan’s University Students, is coming to Singapore with a $2 discount
Milksha is voted no. 1 by university students and well-loved in Taiwan. The brand’s mission of using only 100% fresh milk and all-natural ingredients have attracted lots of milktea lovers. This June, Milksha’s first-ever outpost in Southeast Asia is opening in Singapore.
Driven by the brand mission of “Natural, Handmade and Unique Milk Beverages”, Milksha insists on using 100% natural fresh milk, not creamer, as well as natural ingredients such as sugar from sugar cane to create its products. No preservative, chemical ingredient or artificial colouring is used in the beverages.
Milksha features honey pearls which are freshly cooked and then frozen before being air-flown directly to Singapore. Instead of using dried pearls, Milksha invests in quick freeze technology to maintain the texture and taste consistency of each pearl.
In Singapore, the brand will launch four series:
- Fresh Milk Series
- Fresh Milk Tea Latte Series
- Premium Tea Series
- Special Concoctions
The five signatures include:
- Azuki Matcha Milk
- Fresh Taro Milk
- Valrhona 100% Cocoa Milk
- Refreshing Orange Green Tea
- Earl Grey Latte with Honey Pearl
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Toppings include honey pearls; grass jelly; and pudding.
To avoid disappointment and long waiting lines at Milksha’s official opening, pre-order the Fresh Taro Milk, Azuki Matcha Milk or Valrhona Cocoa Fresh Milk on Klook.
Limited to 320 cups, customers can place an order starting 10th June on Klook with a $2 discount. Customers will be able to collect their drinks at an exclusive Klook queue at Milksha’s flagship store on the first day of opening.
The actual date of the opening will be announced on Milksha’s social media soon. Reportedly, Milksha will be opening its first flagship outlet at Suntec City Mall end June 2019, followed by its second outlet at Funan also end of June 1019.