If I were to give an alternative name to the street (Jalan PJU5/10) nearby Giza Mall, it would be the bubble tea street. Why? Simply because there is Chatime, Ochado, Share Tea and Wu Cha 18 on the same street.
The other day I was looking around which shop to enter to get a cup of bubble tea as a reward to myself after a long week of work, I chose Wu Cha 18 (武茶十八) in the end because I realized I’ve never bought anything from this shop before. It seems that Wu Cha 18 operates its business by upholding 4 main principles: brew with premium tea leaves, freshly make to order, finest quality, and strive for customer satisfaction.
Just like any other bubble tea stores, Wu Cha 18 has several categories of drinks: Fruit Tea series, Milk Tea series, Smoothies, Latte series, Fresh Tea series, Wintermelon series, Macchiato series, Healthy series and Brewed Tea series.
I picked the regular Pop Egg Nata Lychee Iced Tea and paid Rm5.80 for it. I opted for normal sugar level because only through this way I could tell if its default taste is too sweet or bland. Before I had my first sip, I wasn’t sure if I made the right decision by ordering this lychee drink. I never liked lychee drink since young, all thanks to the extreme sweetness of lychee juice in packet drinks. Anyhow, this lychee iced tea tasted surprisingly new to me. It wasn’t too sweet and I could tell that it’s quite refreshing at the same time due to the presence of tea.
Moving on to the pop eggs, they didn’t turn out to be what I expected them to be. The thickness of pop eggs is thicker as compared to the ones in Ochado, which in turn didn’t really “pop” easily in mouth. I had to bite them with my teeth and this certainly didn’t give me the satisfaction of breaking them by just closing my mouth
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