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[NSW] 300 $1 Medium Pearl Milk Tea @ CoCo Ultimo, Broadway and Haymarket


3 years since we started service UTS/USYD CoCo fans. On 15th of August, CoCo Ultimo, Haymarket and Broadway stores would like to celebrate the 3rd year anniversary with CoCo fans!

300 Medium Size Pearl Milk Tea for $1 each! Only on 15/08!

T&S Applied

  1. This promotion is for participated stores only, CoCo Broadway, CoCo Ultimo, CoCo Haymarket.
  2. This promotion is only valid on 15/08/2019 only.
  3. $1 Pearl Milk Tea offer valid for 300 cups per store only, ONE cup per transactions.
  4. CoCo Fresh Tea & Juice Australia reserves the rights to cancel or amend promotion conditions at any time.

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  • Can anyone confirm the long term effect of consuming non dairy creamer. A large cup of bubble tea can have up to half a cup of non dairy creamer per serving.

    • Id be alot more concerned about the sugar first.

      • true, at least with the sugar level, you can say less or none at all. The creamer though is a set amount.

    • +2

      I'm no doctor but I can say that it's probably not very healthy to drink these every day, have it as a treat from time to time and you'll be fine. According to the source below, Coffee Mate contains trans fats and added sugars.…

      If you have a bubble tea addiction and you must drink it every day, I would definitely recommend making your own! There's many good recipes online, it's super easy, you're not paying like $7 for a serving and it's better for you and the environment.

      • It's probably just another form of sugar addiction.

    • Just drink the one with real milk lol

  • Do any of the bubble tea franchises use fresh milk rather than creamer?

    • Gotcha and Teamix uses fresh milk. Coco has some fresh milk ones but most use creamer.

      • which ones use fresh milk then?

        • have a look at their brown sugar line, pretty sure those use fresh milk.

  • -1

    I think they'd still make profit at $1 per drink.

    • +1

      Even after wages, rent, power, water and all other expenses?

      • True, but they throw away many litres of milk tea at the end of the day. Not much difference tbh

  • I doubt this still going.

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