The boba fever is becoming so hot these days that not only is there boba steamboat, there is also boba croissants! I’m not even kidding.
Costing S$5 (approximately RM15), the new pastry comes with a milk tea custard that is stuffed with pearls in its layers. Does this sound like a good combination to you?
There are also many other varieties of the boba croissant like Matcha Boba Milk Mochi Croissant, Oolong Boba Milk Tea Mochi Croissant, Brown Sugar Boba Milk Mochi Croissant and Taro Boba Milk Tea Croissant.
But take note, the boba croissants are only available on weekends and thye sell out early, so plan your trip with this in mind.
You will be able to find BrotherBird outlets at CT Hub (Lavender), Djitsun Mall (Bedok), and Stateland Coffeehouse (Bugis). Here’s more information on the three outlets:
Address: 114 Lavender Street #01-05, Singapore 338729
Operating hours: 8.30am -3.30pm
Address: 32A Bali Ln, Singapore 189868
Operating hours: 10am – 10pm
Bakehouse East @ Djitsun Mall
Address: 445 Bedok North Street 1 Level 1, Singapore 469661
Operating hours: 12.30pm – 8.30pm
What do you think of this interesting combo? Would you give it a try? Let us know in the comments below.
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