Be it Chinese tea leaves, artisanal tea brands, or quirky tea flavours such as nasi lemak tea or pandan chiffon tea (yes, that’s a thing), I absolutely love brewing myself a cup of piping hot tea, settling down with a book, and kicking my feet up for the day.
In fact, as I was writing this article up, I had my trus-tea cup of oolong tea beside me to carry me through.
Here is our ultimate guide to Singaporean tea brands. To make scrolling a breeze, we’ve sorted everything alphabetically. Keep calm and brew on, fellow tea lovers!
1. Allerines Premium Tea
With a full range of Chinese and artisanal teas, Allerines Premium Tea was founded in 2011 and has expanded over the years. It sells the full range of teas on its website, and is now served at close to 30 restaurants and sold at two cafes, including One Man Coffee.
Its tea blends range from Toffee Apple (S$6.50) to Strawberry Shortcake (S$17), with the most expensive blend being Fruit Splash (S$22.50)— this is a rich blend of raisins, elderberries, papayas, apples, sunflowers, and much more.
More importantly, if you order via the website, delivery is free, as long as it’s within Singapore!