The majestic appearance of the shop seems to lead the tired writer to that place.
The interior is elaborate everywhere, and each book and flower on the wall makes you feel the long history of China.
At the counter, I ordered the newly released "Tapioca Tieguanyin Milk Tea (Ice)". The price is 480 yen.
Plenty of milk tea brewed in a tall glass. The top is topped with finely ground crispy ice. And at the bottom, there is plenty of black tapioca.
When you drink it, the soft taste of tea and milk in perfect harmony and the slight sweetness gently spread in your mouth. "Tieguanyin tea", a type of oolong tea, is fragrant and has a refreshing taste when combined with milk. After passing through the throat, it just leaves a refreshing feeling. I drank oolong tea milk tea for the first time, but this is really Hao Chi!
Sometimes tapioca rushes up the straw with tremendous momentum (although the cause of the momentum is my own suction power). It's chewy, so you can feel full.
After taking a break in the peaceful store for a while, I was able to recover to the point where I could go to another sweets store. Thank you Chun Shui Tang!