Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Hazel Tea Shop @ Brisbane

In the last couple of months, I have read numerous updates on Facebook, plenty of blog posts and Twitter comments about the resurgence of bubble tea in Malaysia.


Queuing for 20-30 minutes for essentially a drink that has been available since I was a kid shows that even the classics can get hip and trendy.


It must have been the same time that my friends introduced this place to me for their bubble tea. 


Their speciality is the "bubble" i.e. the black pearls (or does bubble mean something else?). 


Soft and chewy, not too tough and hard, my friend from Hong Kong said you can't even get anything close in Hong Kong.


The flavour? It must be the Brown Sugar Milk Tea. 


A bloody good drink for the 30 + degree weather we have been getting in Brisbane over the last couple of weeks.


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A good alternative to my afternoon coffee habit, thankfully I don't drink afternoon coffee every day, if not I will be on sugar overload!

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Verdict: 4.5 stars out of 5 stars. There's another one in the city on Elizabeth Street and I can't help myself every time we walk past.

11 comments:

Baby Sumo said...

Yesterday was a public hol in Malaysia, was in The Gardens and queue for Chatime was sooo long.

Michelle Chin said...

for some reason, i'm not a huge fan of bubble tea but i love the 'pearls'. :D

Sean said...

hazel tea shop should open in KL and take advantage of the bubble tea craze! :D

"Joe" who is constantly craving said...

sean: haha i think they should open in melbourne n sydney!

mchin: haha pearls in coffee instead?

babysumo: crazy isnt?

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eiling lim said...

yeah people here line up for Chatime. I'm not a big fan of bubble tea, lucky.

msihua said...

Thats interesting... I know people in Sydney were going completely mad for Chatime and something else.. and the same here in Melbs...

AugustDiners said...

Bubbletea craze is still ongoing, even down under it seems :D

Judy Cooper said...
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"Joe" who is constantly craving said...

judycooper: exactly, its been a substitute for coffee but more sugar..

augustdiners: well its pretty much just a part of life down under.

msihua: well i have seen cha time around here but haven't seen any long queues.

eiling: oh im a sucker for it.

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