Genius – some say it’s most apparent in the work of brilliant scientists, while others see it in abstract paintings.
But as a famous Major once said, “True genius lies not in doing extraordinary things, but in doing ordinary things extraordinarily well.”
Reader: What in the blue hell are you talking about? I thought I clicked on a Milo Dinosaur Bubble Tea article?
You did indeed. You see, dear reader, true geniuses see what everyone else should have seen.
True geniuses do what everyone else should have done.
Because the moment we laid our eyes on a Tiger Sugar Boba Drink, we should have been like hmm, this could use some Milo.
Taiwanese Bubble Tea Tiger Sugar Goes Local With Milo Dinosaur
If you’re under the age of 45, you’re legally obliged to only drink Milo or Lemon Tea at a coffee shop, so you must be familiar with the greatest of all Milo drinks: the Milo Dinosaur.
And if you’re a Singaporean, you probably love bubble tea more than you love yourself.
That’s why Tiger Sugar decided to create a brilliant concoction that’ll please gluttons and shock doctors all over the country: Dino-Milo Brown Sugar Boba Milk.
As you can see, it is a combination of Tiger Sugar‘s famous brown sugar boba milk and our beloved Milo Dinosaur.
According to Mothership, the drink was launched on 28 Feb, and will only be around for a limited time.
Each cup costs S$6.30.
Tiger Sugar says the drink is “jam-packed with vitamins and nutrients“, though they probably said that when the Health Promotion Board held a gun to their heads.
If your tongue is salivating more than your dog’s, you can get a cup for yourself at any of these outlets:
- Holland Piazza @ Holland Village B1-06
- Northpoint City, South Wing, #01-153
- Jurong Point Shopping Center #03-40/41
- Capitol Singapore #B2-32 (City Hall MRT Exit D)
- Paragon Shopping Mall, 290 Orchard Road #B1-39/40
- Chinatown Point, 133 New Bridge Road #B1-s42
- Suntec City, Pasarbella #01-34( 3 Temasek Boulevard Tower 1)
- Bedok Mall, #B1 – 30A (311 New Upper Changi Rd)