10 Best Fruit Tea In Singapore – Refreshing Tea With Chunks Of Fruits, Including D24 Durian With Tea
Fruit Teas, otherwise known as known as infusions, are gaining popularity because they come across as healthier versions than their counterparts of Bubble Tea and Cheese Tea. (Also read: 10 Foamy Milk Tea & Macchiato Drinks In Singapore, 10 Best Matcha Latte In Singapore)
The pretty-looking presentation – full of fruits and colourful in a tall cup, make it an attractive drink for takeaways.
While food trends come and go, Fruit Teas look like there are here to stay for a while.
If you want to sip on a stimulating tea with chunks of fruits in your cup, check out the following places that serve some of the best Fruit Teas in Singapore.
Suntec City: 3 Temasek Boulevard, Suntec City Mall (North Wing), #02-470
Northpoint City: 930 Yishun Avenue 2, Yishun Northpoint (South Wing), #01-153
Waterway Point: 83 Punggol Central, Punggol Waterway Point, #B1-K4
Wisma Atria: 435 Orchard Road, Wisma Atria Shopping Mall, #B1-48
According to ParTea, everyone deserves a perfect cup of tea and they are here to make it possible, jazzing up your usual Chinese teas with fruits and tofu.
The tea-place offers a variety of colorful fruit-infused tea made of high-quality tea leaves from Taiwan and China.
They have up to 30 options to choose from, and each tea is paired with chunks of fruits, juices, tofu, and cheese cream.
There is ParTea‘s signature Rainbow Tea ($6.90); the delicious brew is loaded with various fruits such as mangoes, watermelon and strawberries. If you prefer your tea with milk, go for Fluffy Cloud Tea ($2.90) or Milky Mist Tea ($4.90).
True Boss 醋頭家 Singapore
Northpoint City B2-134, 1 Northpoint Drive, Singapore 768019 (Yishun MRT)
Opening Hours: 10:00am – 10:00pm
True Boss 醋頭家 is the first fruit vinegar specialty tea shop in Singapore, a brand which hails from Taiwan.
The popular chain store which originated from Tainan specialises in fruit vinegar, bubble tea, fruit smoothies and vinegar yogurt.
A recommended is the Apple Vinegar with Fruits ($3.90, $4.90). The fruits used to make the vinegar include apple, plum, peach, cranberry and grape (limited), to produce flavours which remind customers of the original fruit.
It was almost like drinking apple juice, but with that slight fruity tang of the vinegar. Yet it was not as sharp and sour say contrasted with Apple Cider vinegar. True Boss 醋頭家 (Northpoint City)
14 Scotts Road, Far East Plaza, #01, 14B, Singapore, 228213
Tel: +65 8816 7966
Opening Hours: Hours: 11am –10pm (Mon – Sun)
Highly popular among millennials, Hi-Tea has sold almost 30,000 cups of tea in just the span of 6 months.
Founded by five tea-enthusiasts youths, their aim is to bring a contemporary twist in the tea-drinking culture in Singapore.
Through the amalgamation of fresh fruits and traditional tea, Hi-Tea wishes to encourage people to appreciate the art of tea.
The tea is brewed with Jasmine or Oolong tea leaves and is infused with fruits. From toasty to floral tones, Hi Tea brings an uplifting change.
Hi Tea has also just launched a D24 Premium Durian Jasmine Tea, probably the first of its kind in the world, with a mild top layer of cream and pure durian fruit.
Marina Square @ Cookhouse 6 Raffles Boulevard #04-101/102 Singapore 039594
Opening Hours: 10am – 9pm (Mon – Sat), 9am – 9pm (Sun)
If you think you will hear the notes of Rhythm & Blues flowing through the cafe, you are mistaken. The name stands for the owners ‘Rex and Bruce’, who decided to venture out and open their own tea place.
You will find about 30 concoctions of fruit-infused teas, bubble tea and tea topped with cheese cream and pearls.
A popular choice is the Zesty Lusi, of aromatic Jing Xuan tea, infused with mixed fruits such as lemon and watermelon slices.
R&B Tea’s Brown Sugar Boba Milk Tea is also a hit. For only $3.80, the tea is loaded with meiji fresh milk, caramel flavored boba pearls and swirls of brown sugar.
SingPost Centre 10 Eunos Rd 8, Singapore 408600
Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm (Mon-Sun)
While this cheese milk-foam tea shop is from Guangzhou, do not confuse it with Hey Tea 喜茶 – which is the more popular brand.
Apart from their famous cheese tea, the tea franchise offers fruit teas, cold brew tea, four seasons tea ad much more.
Fruit Tea choices include Pomelo Tea, Super Four Seasons Fruit Tea, Orange Green Tea, Passion Fruit Mango Tea, and Pineapple Fruit Tea. A cup is priced between $4.80 and $6.00.
Look out for seasonal specials such as the Orange On the Pomelo.
Various Branches In Singapore
Like other tea chains, home-grown brand LiHo has a wide range of cheesy smoothies and fruit-infused teas.
They sometimes offer Fruit Teas which are not the usual offerings, such as Dragonfruit Green Tea –
jasmine green tea topped with dragonfruit juice; and Pineapple Fruit Tea – a summer-like combination of pineapples with slices of grapefruit and lime.
313 Orchard Road, #01-37, Singapore 238895
Tel: +65 9898 5300
Opening Hours: 11am –10:30pm (Sun – Thurs), 11am – 11pm (Fri – Sat)
As compared to other well-known tea chains, U-Cha is somewhat underrated. They have limited options on their menu that might put off some tea-enthusiasts.
From cheese tea and pure tea to lychee black tea , U-Cha has your usual and unusual options. The recommended favourites include Jasmine Passion Fruit Tea ($4.80), Ruby Passion Fruit Tea ($.80) and Jasmine Grapefruit Tea ($4.80).
Their must-try is Hsinchu Peach Fresh Milk Tea that brings a burst of unique floral tones in every sip.
60 Orchard Road #B2-06 Dhoby Ghaut MRT Singapore 238889
Opening Hours: 11:00am – 10:00pm (Mon – Sun)
Wawa Chacha is one of the newest kid in the block, located within Dhoby Ghaut MRT station, just outside the gantry (towards Plaza Singapura).
Their Fruit Tea options include Key Lime Tea, Kumquat Blueberry Tea, Grape Fruit Tea, Mixed Fruit Tea, Pear Fruit Tea, Mixed Fruit Passion Tea, Honey Lemon Tea, and Kiwi Boba Tea – all priced between $4.60 and $5.40.
I had the Kumquat Blueberry Tea ($4.60) which was not the typical combination, though I found it slightly on the sweet side even though I ordered minimum sugar.
20 Tampines Central 1, #01-29/30, Singapore 529538
Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm
Calling themselves ‘honest folks’, the people of Teafolia wish to serve with the nutritiously rich cup of tea. The cafe has a casual air about it which makes it a great hangout spot.
The collection of Fruit Teas on the menu uses either Four Seasons Tea from Taiwan, Royal Ceylon Black Tea from Sri Lanka or Green Tea paired with an assortment of fruits to create the different drinks.
My favourite was the Signature Fruit Tea ($5.90) which comes with Four Seasons Tea and fresh pineapple pulp as the base, topped with lime, watermelon, a slice of lemon and green apple.
Refreshing with a citrusy taste, the Signature Fruit Tea ($5.90) was strong, not that diluted in flavour. Teafolia (Tampines)
Kurotaki Chabann 黑泷太郎.
180 Rangoon Road, Singapore 218442
Opening Hours: 10am – 2:30pm, 3:30pm – 7:30pm, 8:30pm – 10pm (Mon – Sun)
(Another branch at Citylink Mall)
Founded in China, the Kurotaki Chabann brand has over 1700 shops in China, though not as widely heard of here in Singapore.
While most tea places are meant for takeaway, Kurotaki Chabann at Rangoon Road has a cozy setup for heart-to-heart conversations – after your Bak Kut Teh meal nearby.
Their Fruit Tea selection includes Mixed Fruits Tea, Kumquat Green Tea, Orange Lime Tea, Lime Green Tea, Kumquat Lime, Gold Grapefruit Oolong Tea, and Honey Gold Grapefruit Tea, priced from $4.20 to $5.90. There is a $6.90 X-Large option.
Don’t forget to try Brown Sugar Jelly Milk Tea ($4.50) if you are seeking some comfort in your beverage.
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