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The Alley 鹿角巷


Unit 3, 272 High Holborn, London
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This popular Taiwanese tea chain has got everything in terms of flavours, from iced matcha dalgona coffee, to watermelon fruit yoghurt tea. But the reason you should come to The Alley's Holborn spot is for the brown sugar deerioca crème brûlée milk. Yes, you heard that right. Crème brûlée in liquid form, a.k.a a sugar fiend’s dream come true. The milk tea is light and goes perfectly well with the toasted caramel-like crème brûlée syrup. It’s got high ‘warm cup of milk before bed’ energy, and we’re very into it. There are some tables inside where you can sip on your milk tea, and there’ll be a queue snaking out the door on most days.

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