Plus, Gong Cha is now LiHo and serves cheese-infused teas
To the surprise of bubble tea fans, Gong Cha recently rebranded itself as LiHo, which is Hokkien for “How are you?”.
After making a critical business decision to move away from its previous identity, the bubble tea brand now deems itself as a uniquely Singaporean brand.
And along with the name change, comes a fresh new menu with ingredients sourced from entirely different suppliers.
Sporting sleeker and slimmer cups, the bubble teas now come in cheese-infused flavours, where milk teas are topped with gooey cheese foam in place of regular frothy milk foam.
While 30 Gong Cha outlets have since been metamorphosed into LiHo, the last remaining 50 will soon follow by 5 June.
In the meantime, here are ten more bubble tea hot spots to fulfil your cravings at:
Photo: Koi Cafe
1. Koi Cafe
As a pioneering brand that has cemented its position in the bubble tea scene, Koi Cafe has been a long-standing favourite among bubble tea drinkers, boasting sinful flavours such as Ovaltine Milk Tea and Ice Cream Milk Tea.
Available at all Koi outlets including #B3-51, 313@somerset