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Miss Tea: Healthy Chinese Fruit Teas Without Preservatives & Convenient Cake Boxes At JCube

Last Updated: November 16, 2018

Written by Ashley Pek

Bubble teas and fruit teas are nothing new to us. But have you heard of fruit teas inspired by Chinese idioms? Miss Tea, located in the basement of JCube in Jurong, chooses to create fruit teas inspired by Chinese culture.

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The brains behind Miss Tea are three friends who set out to create healthier drink options in Singapore. Even after staying in Singapore for almost a decade, Ms Mao couldn’t find the taste she was looking for in local drinks. She and her friends decided to curate healthier and refreshing fruit teas that embody their culture.

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We were recommended the 陌上花开 Jasmine Scented Milk Tea (S$4.80), which is a light jasmine tea. The body was refreshingly mellow, but the fresh whipped milk-cream and crunchy toppings made it creamy.

We were told to finish the cream above and cleanse our palates with the jasmine tea, but if you prefer a creamy flavour, you can mix it in for a heavier drink.

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Miss Tea is popular for their fruit teas, and we simply had to try a few. The 十里桃花 – Peach Oolong Tea (S$3.90) was sweet and thirst-quenching, and it’s the perfect tea for those who enjoy a lingering sweetness.

After the initial sweetness in the first few mouthfuls, the fragrance of the oolong tea came through. I would recommend this drink to anyone looking for a light and fruity fix.

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Though Miss Tea doesn’t serve milk teas, their version of a fruit tea macchiato would be a great creamy substitute. The Strawberry Secret (S$4.80/L, S$3.80/M) is a mix of fruity and sweet flavours, with a subtle hint of a savoury taste.

The savoury flavour within the layer of creamy milk gave the drink a rich finish. Remember the strawberry milk tea you used to buy at neighbourhood bubble tea stores? That’s exactly what the tangy berries tasted like.

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Unlike other bubble tea stores, you can also get desserts at Miss Tea. Freshly baked cakes are prepared only when customers order it, to guarantee the freshness and quality.

The 甜蜜盒子 Sweet Box (S$2.90 – S$4.90) comes in seven different flavours — there’s something for everyone, though the children often opt for yummy Oreo.

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The three-layered cakes come in cups, with fresh whipped cream and fruits. These cakes are delectable and fun to have. Following their recommendation, we tried the Mango and Strawberry flavours.

The Mango Sweet Box was sweet, and each layer of sponge cake was accompanied by a layer of mango-flavoured whipped cream. As I dug into the cake, it crumbled to reveal the layers within.

The cake was so irresistible that we couldn’t stop ourselves from gobbling it all up!

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The strawberries were sweet and tangy, and the layers of strawberry cream weren’t super sweet, so you don’t have to feel guilty when indulging!

Miss Tea is definitely a healthier version of the ever-popular bubble tea. So for people who enjoy yummy fruit teas and still want to watch their waistline, Miss Tea can be a good alternative.

Expected Damage: S$3 – S$8 per pax 

Price: $

Our Rating: 2 / 5

Miss Tea

2 Jurong East Central 1, #B1-K13, JCube, Singapore 609731

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Our Rating 2/5

Miss Tea

2 Jurong East Central 1, #B1-K13, JCube, Singapore 609731


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