Don’t Say Bojio: HeyTea Cheese Foam Soft Serve For Only $1.90 At ION & Clark Quay

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By now even if you have read our health warnings and bubble tea horror story, it’s probably already too late and you have bubble tea running through your veins.

I mean, we’ve even done a video about bubble tea, which you really should watch (and also subscribe to our YouTube channel):

But relax, today’s BubbleTeaFeed has is related to bubble tea but not exactly about it…

Unless you’ve secretly engineered your genes to produce non-Asian blood, you’d have heard of Cheese Tea. Though, we know that you already drank it and you love it.

Maybe you had the thought: Damn, this cheese tea thing. Must taste good or even better if it’s ice cream.

You got your wish.

HeyTea Cheezo Ice Cream, S$1.90 for mini, S$2.80 for regular

In case you don’t know, HeyTea is the chain that started this whole cheese tea fad in 2012.

If you are a grumpy old man who hates seeing things that don’t make sense mix together, you have them to blame. If you are a bubble tea addict who can’t take your mind off the unique combination of salty cheese and fragrant tea, you have them to blame. If you’re a dreamer stays awake at night thinking about the wasted potential of cheese tea not being an ice cream, it’s all their fault.

Now they’re introducing their original Cheezo or Cheese Foam, made from New Zealand cheese and used in their Cheezo tea, as ice cream in 2 new flavours and sizes.

Size: S$1.90 for mini, S$2.80 for regular
New Flavours: Cheezo Crispy Cone or Tea King Cheezo Crispy Cone

We’ve often waited for tomorrow for a meal with our family. But what if tomorrow never comes? Watch this and you'll understand:

Legit, S$1.90 only for those who just want to try. Cheezo Crispy Cone mixes the Cheese Foam into soft ice cream while Tea King Cheezo Crispy Cone is a combination of Cheese Foam and Oolong tea.

(Uhh… pretend you didn’t see that we missed the Don’tSayBojio half price on 13 July. Let’s just say that we don’t want our dear readers to queue just for hype.)

Confusingly, some are referring to the Tea King Cheezo Crispy Cone, which is the official name, as King Fone ice cream.

Don’t get too excited; there’s no new third flavour according to official word. King Fone is the name for their Oolong Cheezo tea.

So… what’re you waiting for?

In case you missed it, HeyTea doesn’t just sell bubble tea, and their second outlet is a TEA GEEK BAR that sells alcoholic tea and ice cream.

ION Orchard outlet:
2 Orchard Turn, #B4-29 ION Orchard, Singapore 238801
Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm daily

Clarke Quay outlet:
3A River Valley Rd, Clarke Quay, Blk A, #01-06, Singapore 179020
12pm – 1am daily