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Gong Cha (贡茶) (2nd post)

2nd post on Gong Cha (贡茶). Not sure which outlet this is from as sister bought it for me.

 

Top view of cover

 

 

Earl Grey Milk Tea with 3Js $3.60

 

Drank Earl Grey Milk Tea with 3Js.

3Js? I was equally curious. Can you guess what the 3Js means?

It actually stands for 3 jellys which are Pearl Jelly,Ai-Yu Jelly  and Herbal Jelly (i think) . If you notice in the picture above at the bottom of the cup is the Pearl Jelly, middle there’s a transparent jelly which is Ai-Yu jelly and top is Herbal Jelly. If the top is really Herbal Jelly then I got to say both the Ai-Yu and Herbal Jelly taste exactly the same as KOI. As for the Pearl Jelly, KOI’s still better. Overall, this drink is nice, I like it when you sometimes get Ai-Yu, some times Herbal Jelly. You never know what you get. Before i know it, the drink was finished as I kept drinking anticipating which jelly I will be getting next. Quite a ‘fun’ drink. The only down side is its Pearl is not as god as KOI, but its still much much better than other Bubble Tea shops. Oh, that reminds me, it certainty does not taste like Earl Grey tea.. at least not for me. To me, this drink is quite nice. Go try it and you might like it.

For $3.60 I will say the price tend to be abit on the high end. But hey, it is around the same price as KOI and you get 3 jellies too. And the quality is there compared other bubble tea shop which sells for $2!

 

Gong Cha Menu (i)

 

 

Gong Cha Menu (ii)

 

These 2 Gong Cha Menu pictures are from my previous visit (previous post).

Gong Cha (贡茶)

Gong Cha, another bubble tea player from Taiwan has come to our shore. Gong Cha has two outlets currently in Novena and City Square.

Gong Cha

1 side for ordering, the other for collecting

Went to Gong Cha at novena, there was about 3 person queuing in front of me. Much lesser than KOI maybe because it is a weekday at 330pm. Queue at one side to order, then collect at another side.

Gong Cha Menu (i)

Gong Cha Menu (ii)

Take note of the extra options. For example, adding of pearls will required an extra 30cents unlike KOI which is free. Similarly to KOI, you can choose your own sweetness level.

Instructions on how to drink

Gong Cha Milk Alisan Tea ($2.40) with Pearls ($0.30)

Ordered Gong Cha Milk Alisan Tea ($2.40) with Pearls ($0.30). Cheaper than KOI.

The pearls was forgettable. KOI’s pearls were more firm, bouncy and nicer to me. I thought I mixed the milk on top. But after drinking till the bottom part, I realised it was all milk. I did not mix it well enough. This is nothing like KOI, totally different. But for me I will still prefer KOI followed by Gong Cha.  But I will still be trying Gong Cha again for other flavours and mix the milk with tea well if I happen to go pass the shop. Maybe I will find something I like.


Gong Cha (贡茶)
Novena outlet:
10 Sinaran Drive
#01-172 Novena Square 2 S307506

City Square outlet:
180 Kitchener Road
City Square Mall
#B2-K3/K4 Singapore 208539