There Are Now Bubble Tea Croissants in S’pore Because Everything Bubble Tea

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Crave bubble tea like a chronically dehydrated man in the desert craves water?

Relish croissants like Asians relish white rice?

Always wished that you could consume both sensations in one bite, in a way that wouldn’t get you puking right after?

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Well if you do, rejoice, for it seems that bakehouse Brotherbird Milk & Croissants has got that aspect covered.

On the weekends, no less.

Now, of course, as per any bubble-tea-related article, we’ll have to plug our YouTube video educate you more about bubble tea, so take a look at this video before moving on.

Done? Okay, let’s dive into the meat of this article.

Secret weekend-exclusive bubble tea croissants

If you’ve always nursed a secret fetish of eating bubble tea and croissants together… congratulations, for Brotherbird Milk & Croissants has introduced one such harmonious creation…

The aptly named Boba Croissant ($5).

Exclusive to the weekends, these delightful pastries are created with milk tea custard and legit boba pearls tucked within intricate layers of golden-brown dough, and are certainly some of the most tempting bakes we’ve seen in a while.

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Showcasing a golden-brown crust that emanates a buttery fragrance, the Boba Croissant flakes off nicely with every bite, and oozes out a dense, gooey custard once prised apart. It even had a smoky, caramelised sweetness that reminded one of brown sugar milk tea.

The highlight, however, ought to be the chewy mini tapioca pearls, which possesses a starchy taste and sticky texture that contrasted nicely with the crispy crust.

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And how about one of their Boba-Mochi creations?

Brotherbird Milk & Croissants, as frequent regulars would surely attest to, is known for their house-made soft serves with mochi bursts, doughnuts and croissants.

So just imagine a mixture of boba, mochi and croissant.

Tempting? Well, it certainly is.

The Brown Sugar Boba Milk Mochi Croissant, as it’s called, is basically an Original Mochi Croissant (which is one of their all-time favs), filled generously with brown sugar custard and homemade brown sugar pearls.

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[WEEKEND SPECIALS] Brown Sugar Boba Milk Mochi Croissant 【黑糖波霸·可颂】 • Brown Sugar Custurd with homemade Brown Sugar Pearls, filled generously in all-time fav Original Mochi Croissant. *Available only in the weekends. • Christmas Box 6-item LINEUP (01/12 – 31/12): 1. Original Mochi Croissant 2. Rose & Raspberry w. Lychee Mochi Croissant 3. Peppermint Fudge Croissant Roll 4. Caramelized Brown Sugar Mochi Kouign Amann 5. Christmas Fruit Cake Mochi Kouign Amann 6. Matcha "Kit-Kat" Pain au Chocolat • Available starting this weekend in all Bakehouses: (1) Bakehouse EAST @ Djitsun Mall (Bedok) (2) Bakehouse CT Hub 2 "drive-thru" (Lavender) (3) Bakehouse dine-in/retail rack @stateland_coffeehouse (Bugis) • whatsapp @ 92964997 to request for order form, to reserve in advance & collect at chosen time.

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And as my chronically hungry friend would probably put it…

“Damn, that’s looking like a snack.”

Bubble tea croissants, anyone?

If you’re like me, you would probably be salivating all over your phone or laptop right now, all too hungry and tempted to care about the judgemental gazes all-around.

And if you’re like me, you’ll probably want to jot down all the necessary details…

Outlets available: All Brotherbird Milk & Croissants outlets

  • Bakehouse EAST @ Djitsun Mall (Bedok)
  • Bakehouse CT Hub 2 “drive-thru” (Lavender)
  • Bakehouse dine-in/retail rack @stateland_coffeehouse (Bugis)

Note that the croissants are marketed only on the weekends, from opening hours to closing/ sold out.

And with that in mind…

I shall see you first thing tomorrow morning. 😉