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89%   (19 votes)
17 / 19

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MUST TRY:Items to look forward toincludingHawaii Fruit Tea, Kiwi Fruit Tea with Aiyu Jelly, Wintermelon Tea, CoffeeCrema, Cocoa Lover, Coffee Milk Tea, and a lot more.

ShareTea offers some of the best bubble tea and handcrafted beverages in Singapore. They serve tasty drinks ranging from fruit tea, brewed tea,crema, milk tea and more, that will surely satisfy one’s palate. Located at Northpoint City North Wing (nearest train: Yishun MRT Station).

Established in 1992, Sharetea started off a business with to-go black tea and pearl milk tea drinks in Taipei, Taiwan. Since then Sharetea has opened many branches and franchises in 18 countries to bring fresh and delicious drinks that are made fromhigh-qualitytea leaves and selected ingredients shipped directly from Taiwan.

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Hours:
Mon - Fri: 09:00 - 17:00
Closed: Sat & Sun

Address:
930 Yishun Avenue 2, #B1-12 Northpoint City

Cuisine:
Asian, Chinese, Taiwanese


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