What’s better than 1 bubble tea and brings 2 times the fun, satisfaction and creamy mouthfeel?
Why, 2 bubble teas of course.
At the price of 1 that is.
Never mind CNA’s exposé on how much sugar bubble tea terrifyingly has in them, or that we even did a follow-up piece on that story.
And never mind that we even did a video about bubble tea because we’re good like that:
The weather’s hot, Singapore is heating up twice as fast as the rest of the world, Lunar New year is coming and what better way to wash down our bakkwas and love letters with Liho’s latest frothy innovation – The Da Hong Pao Milk Tea.
Da Hong Pao Milk Tea
According to Liho’s Facebook post:
“大红袍 Da Hong Pao is a dark Oolong tea grown in the Wuyi mountains and it is one of the worlds most expensive and premium tea. Fans can expect a stronger and more flavourful milk tea with this version of our Premium milk tea.”
Dark Oolong – Sounds good.
Wuyi mountains – Where that?
Expensive – Wow.
Premium – Nice.
Stronger – I’m sold.
Flavourful – Yuums.
Quit speaking and some images you say?
Your wish is my command.
Da Hong Pao Milk Tea 1-FOR-1 in collaboration with Shopee
Now, going back to what’s better than 1 bubble tea, from now till 15 February, LiHo, in conjunction with
Baby Shark Shopee, is offering a CNY special 1-for-1 Da Hong Pao Milk Tea with Brown Sugar Pearl promotion.
That’s right, to celebrate the launch of Da Hong Pao, CNY and LiHo’s budding friendship with Shopee, all you need to do to enjoy this promotion is:
- Flash Shopee’s App
- Like LiHo’s IG
- Enjoy the 1-for-1 promotion
Additional Terms and Conditions:
- Not valid with other promotions
- Top up $1 to upsize to large
- Promotion will run from 15 Jan to 15 Feb. While stocks last.
Funnily though, I wasn’t able to find a LiHo’s website nor an official LiHo page that showed all of their outlets in Singapore.
But because I’m nice, hardworking (pay raise please, boss), and genuinely would like for you to beat this horrible weather, here’s the Google Search link for all their existing Singapore outlets.
That said, they do seem conspicuously absent in the most Western-ly and Eastern-ly parts of Singapore.
So readers, if you are from these regions, you might have to make your way down to more central parts of Singapore to get your fill.
It’s worth it though, right?
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