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[Chatime] 1Litre Thai Milk Tea Supercup $6.80 - Sept 18 to 20

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1Litre Thai Milk Tea Supercup $6.80 - Sept 18 to 20

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1 Litre Thai Milk Tea Supercup for $6.80 only Face Screaming In Fear

Duration: Sept 18th to 20th

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Available at most participating locations in Ontario and British Columbia, while quantities last.

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Does it have toppings?
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yao416 wrote: Does it have toppings?
probably not 🤣
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In Taiwan it's still 35ntd, which is less than $2 CAD. Bbt here is a rip off. Brew your own tea, add your own milk and sugar.
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1L of this will keep me up for a few days. There's so much caffeine and sugar in this that even a small size gives me a pretty good rush. Still one of my favourites at Chatime though.
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xbournex wrote: In Taiwan it's still 35ntd, which is less than $2 CAD. Bbt here is a rip off. Brew your own tea, add your own milk and sugar.
Nah man, grow your own tea, milk your own cow and grind your own sugar cane.
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This is not tough to make yourself, actually. You just need to buy the Thai tea mix (tea leaves), add evaporated/condensed milk, plus sugar and water.

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DragonRider wrote: This is not tough to make yourself, actually. You just need to buy the Thai tea mix (tea leaves), add evaporated/condensed milk, plus sugar and water.


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Thai iced tea is easy to make at home and is by far the most refreshing, tasty, and (depending on whether you skip the sugar) healthy drink.

Probably tastes good with some maple whiskey too.
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xbournex wrote: In Taiwan it's still 35ntd, which is less than $2 CAD. Bbt here is a rip off. Brew your own tea, add your own milk and sugar.
Prices have increased, at least in Taipei, but not by much. Basic teas I think were like 45ntd and the premium ones were like 70 or something.

I distinctly remember that Chun Shui Tang was charging like 160 (for large) or something for theirs, which was pretty expensive compared to everywhere else. But their BBT is godly and really can’t be compared to anywhere else.
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DragonRider wrote: This is not tough to make yourself, actually. You just need to buy the Thai tea mix (tea leaves), add evaporated/condensed milk, plus sugar and water.


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Where are some stores in Toronto can one buy that? I remember looking in the past and failing.
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DragonRider wrote: This is not tough to make yourself, actually. You just need to buy the Thai tea mix (tea leaves), add evaporated/condensed milk, plus sugar and water.


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I use the gold one :)

I find you need to pressurize it in order to get it to the right level of concentratedness. We could not get the same consistency just seeping it on water. The world changed when we tried it in our espresso machine - it's literally exactly the same.
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xbournex wrote: In Taiwan it's still 35ntd, which is less than $2 CAD. Bbt here is a rip off. Brew your own tea, add your own milk and sugar.
that's what I've been doing since the lockdown... I bought some frozen tapioca balls, takes half a minute to warm up in boiling water, works great!
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xbournex wrote: In Taiwan it's still 35ntd, which is less than $2 CAD. Bbt here is a rip off. Brew your own tea, add your own milk and sugar.
Guess same goes for coffee?
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piperdaddy wrote: Thai iced tea is easy to make at home and is by far the most refreshing, tasty, and (depending on whether you skip the sugar) healthy drink.

Probably tastes good with some maple whiskey too.
agree with this!

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