Looks like bubble tea craze isn’t dying any time in Singapore.

BreadTalk just stepped up their game with their latest bubble tea buns and toasts which starts from $1.90.

Taking Bubble Tea To New Heights

If your go to order at your favourite bubble tea shop is Earl Grey Milk Tea, then you’ll love their new buns.

Celebrated in an unexpected form, the Earl Grey Bubble Tea Bun ($1.90) features an Earl Grey tea infused dough filled with Earl Grey tea infused cream and paired with pearls, making each bite an aromatic and chewy treat.

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Image Credit: Discover SG

We were pleasantly surprised by how soft the pearls were as compared to the chewy texture we’re all used to.

If that isn’t good enough for you, they also come in toast ($2.90) and roll ($8.50) forms!

The Early Grey Bubble Tea Roll ($8.50) features an airy, light and fluffy Swiss roll wrapped around an Earl Grey Tea infused cream filling with chewy pearls. This roll makes for the perfect afternoon snack or post dinner treat.

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However, bubble tea-based food aren’t the only Taiwanese items that BreadTalk’s introducing.

Inspired by the delicious mash-up of street snacks and familiar local delicacies, BreadTalk has also created a range of baked treats that will take you on a journey through Taiwan food markets.

Relive the nights of walking through Raohe Night Market with their range of Taiwanese street food buns. The Pepper Bun ($1.90) is filled spiced minced pork and flavourful spring onion, seasoned with a good dose of white pepper and topped with white sesame.

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Just like the ones they make in Taiwan, the buns are crisp on the outside and juicy on the inside.

For those craving a sweet treat, the Sweet Potato Red Bean ($2.00) is a delightful bun filled with red beans from Wandan in Taiwan, known for its rich flavours, sweet potato, boluo crumble and sprinkled with Matcha Powder.

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Image Credit: Discover SG

You can find these items at all BreadTalk outlets, except for:

Earl Grey Bubble Tea Toast and Chocolate Malt Bubble Tea Toast: only available at the IHQ, Chinatown Point, CityLink Mall, ION Orchard, Novena Square and Toa Payoh HDB Hub outlets.

Earl Grey Bubble Tea Roll: available at all outlets except Singapore Cruise Centre and United Square.

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