1) Butter Baker
As if the Tiramisu slice and Matcha Cookie hadn't been enough to deter me from a second visit to overpriced bakery, I decided to give the prime location patisserie the benefit of the doubt and try a Matcha Latte. Of course, this was largely due to the facts that cravings had crept up before Tsujiri's slated opening time of 11 AM and Starbucks' lineup was too lengthy.
3) Redeeming Monopoly rewards as post-OT dinner
4) McDonald's $1 Premium Roast Coffee is too fabulous of a deal to pass up, especially when a Muffin Pairing only tacks on an additional one dollar and thirty cents.
6) And now, we bid farewell (and good riddance!)
7) Cuppa Tea has unfortunately banished their convenient glass milk tea jars due to extreme temperature variances in the wintertime.
9) Spotted at The Disney Store: Monsters Inc Sheet Masks?!
Renowned for their Hong Kong Milk Tea (and not donuts), the Scarborough café is anything but suave. One ought to think that the champion of a 2012 Milk Tea contest would retain a certain degree of spectacularity in order to maintain their title. Alas, the location is a nightmare and the interior is as unrefined as any other low-key Chinese diner. Situated in the same plaza as Snow Time and Dear Fro, finding parking is nothing other than a migraine-inducing task. Residual cigarette fumes and a chilly atmosphere were not particularly welcoming either.
Four dollars and five minutes later, I walked out with a Medium-sized HK Milk Tea. The drive had been annoying to start, so I must admit relief at departing with a reasonably-priced cup in hand. Its contents were warm and excessively milky, with not much scent to be wafted.