Popular Taiwanese Bubble Tea Store 'Dont Yell At Me' Opens Minimalist Cafe In Singapore
Bubble tea fanatics, there's a new cafe in town to add to your weekend plans: Dont Yell At Me (不要对我尖叫。日常茶间). The popular bubble tea chain from Taiwan is opening its first cafe in Singapore with a stylish look and hand-shaken drinks.
Keep reading to find out more!
Co-founded by Taiwanese variety show personality, Yako Chan (丫头), Dont Yell At Me's quirky name was inspired by people caught in modern day stresses who want to release all that negativity by silently screaming "Don't Yell At Me!"
Ambience at Dont Yell At Me
Opening on 29 October 2021 at Orchard Central, the first Dont Yell At Me cafe in Singapore will feature a minimalist concept with a monochrome colour palette.
The 40-seater café's clean and almost empty look was designed as an empty canvas for diners to clear their minds and ideally, fill it with happy thoughts thanks to their beverages.
Beverages at Dont Yell At Me
The cafe will offer a wide range of low-calorie beverages made with key ingredients specially flown in from Taiwan, including Jasmine Tea Leaves, Four Seasons Green Tea Leaves and Oolong Tea Leaves.
For something classic, Old Master Formula (老茶莊) beverages like Roselle Honey Chrysanthemum Tea and Winter Melon Chrysanthemum Tea.
The Instagrammable cups feature their peculiar mascot of a person looking rather rough, as well as relatable quotes in traditional Chinese.
If you love your milk drinks, go for their artisanal Au Laits (歐蕾) made with osmanthus flower and a fresh milk base. Try the Tiramisu Thé Au Lait, a tiramisu cake in drink form, or the lightly floral-scented Cherry Blossom Thé Au Lait, a Singapore-exclusive beverage.
There are also Fibre Fruit Teas and Sparkling Water drinks which are infused with fresh fruits and fruit extracts.
Drinks can be customised with add-on toppings like Honey Jade Pearls, Brown Sugar Pearls, Coconut Jelly, Cheese Cream Top and the very Taiwanese Sweet Potato & Taro Pearls which might spark some memories of your holiday there.
If you're craving sweet treats to go with your drinks, there are a selection of bites including the Sea Salt Dark Fudge Brownie and French Butter Almond Cake.
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Text by: GirlStyle SG