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SG-Bernard wrote a review Nov 2018
Singapore, Singapore79 contributions10 helpful votes
Interesting hands-on experience in assembling a lovely cup of milk tea! The DIY sessions would require advance reservation and the registration process is simple! A must visit place if you are in Yilan!
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Date of experience: November 2018
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al22tecc wrote a review Jun 2018
Philippines7197 contributions1014 helpful votes
This was not part of the plan but I saw it at the perfect moment as I looked at google map to see where we were, and we were less than a kilometer away. Since my family loves pearl milk tea, we decided to divert to this place. Looking at other reviews, I do not share their ratings. One needs to like milk tea or else this place will not be worth the visit. Though the price seem steep, we did the diy milk tea training/demonstration @230/person. Not all of us did it but all of us were able to go in and witness the whole activity. The problem is that the whole activity was in the local dialect. Since we had our taiwanese guide, we let the guide translate anything she can catch ( the lecture was continuous, no pause to allow the guide to translate). Overall, it was a good experience. But the walk through information center were 99% chinese language. It seems the place is really geared for locals. They could at least have english on all the descriptions. They also promoted the milk tea in the light bulb drinking glass. We eventually found they served this at NT 88 at the restaurant. However, you cant bring the light bulb glass home EXCEPT if you dine worth at least NT1,000, they will let you bring home ONE glass. Overall, for milk tea lovers, this is almost a 5 star visit. But because the lack of english translations, and somewhat ordinary tasting milk tea, and the light bulb that wasnt as accessible, 3 bubble rating.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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