Hello The Alley lovers, are you looking for the latest The Alley Menu? You have arrived at the right place then. We have uploaded their complete menu with pictures & updated prices. Below you will find the latest Lists of The Alley Menu 2023 Singapore with prices.
The Alley Menu Singapore With Prices List
The Alley Specialty
Indulge in their heavenly Original Purple Rice Yogurt starting at just S$7.10 or savor the captivating blend of Matcha Purple Rice Yogurt, Strawberry Yogurt, and Lychee Yogurt, all priced at S$7.50.
Brown Sugar Deerioca Series
Indulge in the rich and velvety goodness of Brown Sugar Deerioca Fresh Milk starting from just S$6.80. For a tempting twist, try their Cocoa or Matcha Brown Sugar variations priced at S$7.30. And if you’re feeling adventurous, the Brown Sugar Deerioca Crème Brulee Milk awaits at S$7.80.
Premium Milk Tea Series
Their Royal No.9 Milk Tea is a must-try, starting at just S$4.80. Craving a classic flavor? Indulge in their delightful Classic Milk Tea, starting at S$4.40. For a refreshing twist, don’t miss their Jasmine Green Milk Tea at the same price. Looking for something unique? The Garden Milk Tea at S$6 will surely impress. Honey lovers will adore the Honey Milk Tea and Honey Green Milk Tea, both starting at S$5.50.
Original Brewed Tea Series
Lulu Fresh Fruit Series
Himalayan Salt Macchiato
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Who owns the Alley Tea?
Who is behind the ownership of Alley Tea? Well, let me tell you about the fascinating journey of this renowned brand. Back in 2015, a creative genius named Mao-ting Chiu, who happens to be a graphic designer, laid the foundation of Alley Tea in Taiwan. Since then, this brand has grown significantly and boasts an impressive presence with approximately 300 outlets across the globe. You can find Alley Tea not only in Taiwan but also in China, Japan, Canada, Australia, France, and even in sunny California! It’s incredible how this one person’s vision has blossomed into a successful international enterprise.
What are the ingredients in Alley milk tea?
This delicious beverage is crafted with a blend of Black Tea, Sugar, and a Non-dairy Creamer consisting of Glucose Syrup, Fully Hydrogenated Palm Kernel Oil, Sodium Caseinate Dipotassium Phosphate, Distilled Monoglyceride, Silicon Dioxide, and Artificial Flavoring. To enhance the tea’s taste and aroma, it also includes Instant Black Tea Powder and additional Artificial Flavoring.
Which country is the alley from?
The Alley LuJiaoXiang hails from Taiwan and has gained worldwide popularity, boasting over 50 locations globally. This brand has taken the world by storm, captivating tea enthusiasts with its exquisite offerings of premium tea and milk beverages.
Does the alley use real milk?
Instead, they offer non-dairy options using Non-Dairy Creamer. They’ve got a variety of choices for those who prefer milk-free beverages, such as the Original Brew Tea Series and Fruit Tea (like Orange Lulu and Passion Fruit Green Tea) which are completely dairy-free. And for the Brown Sugar Series, fear not, they’ve got you covered with Soy Milk and Oat Milk alternatives. So, you can enjoy your tasty drinks without any dairy worries!
How many locations does the alley have?
Well, let me fill you in! Since its establishment in Taiwan, the birthplace of bubble tea culture, back in 2013, The Alley has expanded its reach globally. Currently, they boast an impressive presence with over 400 stores spread across more than 50 cities worldwide, including multiple locations in Los Angeles and Orange County.
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