Joy Luck Teahouse to Open 3rd Outlet at
Causeway Point on 18th December
Unveiling TWO NEW EXCLUSIVE MILO PRODUCTS – Milo Yin Yang
and Milo Pineapple Bun
Joy Luck Teahouse has sold over 100,000 egg tarts in 3 months since opening
Franchisees of the Causeway Point outlet are first-time F&B business owners, who
switched industries in the midst of the pandemic
Buy 1 Get 1 Drink Promotion and $2 Milo Pineapple Buns for the Opening Specials
Joy Luck Teahouse(歡樂冰室) is set to open its third outlet on 18 December 2020 at
Causeway Point, #B1-K01.
Over 100,000 egg tarts have been sold since Joy Luck Teahouse opened its first store at
ION Orchard in September. The new outlet will offer two exclusive products made with a
favourite beverage of Singaporeans: Milo Yin Yang and Milo Pineapple Bun.
The Milo Yin Yang (Hot – S$4.30, Cold – S$4.60, Bottled – S$4.90) is a unique drink created
by Joy Luck Teahouse. Served hot or with ice, this beverage is made with quality coffee, premium
tea and milo chocolate malt. Coffee is believed to lower the risk of diabetes, Alzheimer’s, and heart disease.
The premium black tea contains antioxidants that help to improve gut health, reduce blood pressure
and lower sugar levels. Similarly, milo contains high levels of antioxidants, with the ability to lower
cholesterol and prevent memory decline. This combination is not only tasty but also healthy!
The drink pairs well with the Milo Pineapple Bun. The pineapple bun is made following the recipe
of Kam Kee Cafe, a decades-old HK Style café serving the most authentic Hong Kong pineapple buns
(bo lo bao) made with a blend of premium flour. Firm on the outside, with a sweet, crumbly golden
crust that resembles a pineapple! The crust covers almost the entire surface of the bun for sufficient
crunch in every bite. The milo version boasts a generous filling of milo powder with sugar.
We would like to invite you to try these new offerings at Joy Luck Teahouse! Please let us know your