The perfect coffee or tea is the best pick-me-up no matter the day you're having. Learn the best rated Tealive menu that we've tested here.
In Malaysia, the bubble tea market is a $50 million industry. Tealive is a shining star among chain restaurants that offer bubble tea and other sweet delights.
For the 14 best Tealive menu items that we’ve tested, keep reading.
1. Milk Tea (RM5.55 to RM7.45)
Milk Tea is our first stop on the Tealive menu, and oh, is it a great place to start. The chain’s Milk Tea lineup gives you plenty of choices. You can select from seven delicious Tealive flavors, including:
• Classic Roasted Milk Tea with Grass Jelly
• Hazelnut Milk Tea
• Malty Milk Tea (Horlicks)
• Milk Tea (Signature/Original/Classic Roasted)
• Original Pearl Milk Tea
• Red Bean Pearl Milk Tea
• Signature Brown Sugar Pearl Milk Tea
The Milk Tea is a simple yet delicious way to get started with Tealive.
This menu item is an excellent way to ease into the delightfulness of Tealive’s menu offerings.
Milk Tea is a simple but delicious treat. Your taste buds may outgrow it quickly. Still, it’s a good place to start.
2. Crafted Tea (RM6.50 To RM10.90)
Our next menu item, Tealive’s Crafted Tea, is just as appetizing as its name sounds. Tealive’s Crafted Tea is available in four exciting flavors, including:
• Earl Grey Tea Latte
• Jasmine Green Tea
• Radiant Roselle Tea
• Rose Pu Er Tea
Here, Radiant Roselle Tea is the healthy choice. If you simply want to indulge your senses, however, go for the Rose Pu Er Tea.
Tealive’s Crafted Tea is a fun way to start your day. It goes great with breakfast and brunch and even works for lunch or dinner.
None! Again, Crafted Tea is an excellent way to start your day off.
3. Matcha Smoothies (RM8.90 to 10.90)
Matcha Smoothies at Tealive is the solution if you’re looking for a cool, sweet treat. You can choose from three decadent Matcha Smoothie Tealive flavors, including:
• Nishio Matcha Latte
• Nishio Matcha Red Bean Milk Tea
• Nishio Matcha Smoothie with Red Bean
If you want, you can also enjoy this menu item hot, which is an option for several Tealive menu offerings—more on the eatery’s drink temperatures in a moment.
Matcha Smoothies are an excellent way to cool down. They also taste amazing and are sure to satisfy your sweet tooth.
It’s a smoothie. I’m hard-pressed to find any problems here.
4. Fruit Tea (RM7.05 to RM 9.50)
If you want to trick yourself into healthy deserting, Tealive’s Fruit Tea is the perfect treat for the job.
This one trick menu item is available in Plum Tea. It has a mild salty and sour taste mixed with Jasmine green tea.
The Plum Fruit Tea is an idyllic clash of tangy and sweet.
Plum is the only Fruit Tea available, so you have limited options here. Maybe Tealive will add more Fruit Tea flavors later.
5. Sparkling Juice (RM6.50 to RM9.50)
Let’s move on to even “healthier” menu items. Our next stop is Tealive’s Sparkling Juice. With this menu item, we’re moving back into the realm of options, which is great if you like choices with your dessert. You can select from:
• Sparkling Honey Lemon with Aloe Vera
• Sparkling Iced Plum Cooler
• Sparkling Passion Fruit with 3Q Jelly
• Sparkling Mango with 3Q Jelly
• Sparkling Lychee with 3Q Jelly
These menu items are perfect for cooling down on sweltering summer days.
No matter which one you choose, you’re sure to enjoy its bubbly refreshment.
Although Sparkling Juice is refreshing, it lacks the “dessertiness” of the other menu items.
6. Smoothies (RM8.35 to RM 10.50)
Did someone say ice cream? Yay!
Tealive Smoothies are available in four delicious concoctions. The menu choices here include:
• Lychee Sago Tea Smoothies
• Malty Smoothies (Horlicks)
• Mango Passion Fruit Smoothies
• Strawberry Pudding Smoothies
Tealive’s Smoothies are full of milky goodness. They also happen to be nutritious.
Tealive’s Smoothies are perfect for quenching a craving for ice cream.
Come on. How can I find something wrong with a smoothie?
7. Coco (RM6.59 to RM 9.50)
For the chocolate monsters out there, Tealive Coco is the key to taming your inner chocolate beast.
Still, what’s better than a chocolate beverage than your choice of four chocolate beverages? Tealive Coco is available in five selections, including:
• Coco Latte
• Coco Smoothies with Oreo Cookie Pieces
• Hazelnut Coco
• Malty Coco (Horlicks)
• Superior Coco
The Coco beverages at Tealive are perfect for satiating your chocolate fix needs whenever desired.
Once you’ve tried one, you won’t be able to stop yourself from coming back to try them all.
8. Coffee (RM 7.45 to RM8.35)
Just when you thought you’ve seen the best of Malaysian desserts made as tasty as possible, Tealive had to go and improve coffee.
The coffee at Tealive is a great way to get your caffeine jolt along with a pleasingly sweet pallet sensation. Tealive’s Coffee is available in five delicious flavors, including:
• Coco Mocha
• Hazelnut Latte
• Signature Coffee
With these kinds of choices, you may have very well found your new morning coffee spot.
Tealive’s Coffee is a great excuse for having a dessert-like treat in the morning.
If you were thinking about quitting or easing up on coffee, you might as well forget about it now.
9. Chocolate Chip Cookies (RM8.70)
Again, my chocolate monsters, I have a treat you can’t possibly resist. There’s only one choice here with this menu side item. Still, Tealive’s cookies aren’t your run-of-the-mill chocolate chip cookies—they’re chocolate-chocolate chip cookies.
That’s right. The dough is chocolate, and it has chocolate chips. (Oh, my goodness. I want to lose it talking about all this chocolate.)
It’s double chocolate chip cookie heaven.
If nothing else gets you addicted to Tealive, these chocolate chip cookies will do it if you’re a chocolate lover.
10. Onde-Onde and Chicken Meatballs (RM20.00 and up)
You may have a craving for something a bit heartier than dessert, and that’s fine. Tealive’s got you covered.
The Onde-Onde and Chicken Meatballs is one of Tealive’s heartier selections. In other words, it’s a light meal rather than a dessert. Tealive tops the dish with a generous serving of Swedish Brown Sauce.
With this menu item, you’ll have a good excuse to go to Tealive for dessert.
This tasty treat is only available for the Enak Malaysia celebration.
11. Onde-Onde & Nasi Lemak Chips (RM19.00 and up)
Onde-Onde & Nasi Lemak Chips is another menu item making an exclusive appearance for Enak Malaysia. It’s a simple way to celebrate our love affair with dumplings.
Like the Onde-Onde and Chicken Meatballs, it comes with dessert.
You’ll have to grab your order before the Enak Malaysia promotion ends.
12. Butter Nestum Popcorn Chicken Banjir (RM10.50)
Umm chicken. Tealive’s Butter Nestum Popcorn Chicken Banjir is another delicious Enak Malaysia treat. It’s a tasty chicken bites treat with a delicious Banjir flavor.
Butter Nestum Popcorn Chicken Banjir is an excellent way to end the fasting month. Also, with this menu item, you don’t have to worry about getting sauce on your shirt or blouse.
Butter Nestum Popcorn Chicken Banjir is all the Banjir goodness without the mess.
Without the saucy goodness, it kind of feels like cheating.
13. Signature Bang Bang with Warm Pearls (RM7.05 to RM8.90)
Some people drink coffee, and others drink rocket fuel. If you’re among the latter group, Tealive Signature Bang Bang with Warm Pearls is your drink. Tealive promises that it will give you a “kick of bright, playful energy.”
Tealive Signature Bang Bang with Warm Pearls is the perfect beverage for a needed boost.
If you’re not careful, you might find yourself turning to this delicious treat every time you need a kick of energy (… and who can blame you?).
14. Mykori x Tealive DIY Kit (RM25.00)
Our last stop on the Tealive menu is an unparalleled collaboration with Mykori Dessert Café. If you can’t make it to a Tealive outlet, no worries. You can have a Mykori x Tealive DIY Kit collab delivered right to your door for RM25.00 during normal business hours.
The kit is a great way to enjoy favorites from the two top dessert spots in Malaysia at home. If you want a more detailed overview of the kit, check out this YouTube review of the Mykori x Tealive DIY Kit by PlacesAndFoods.
The Mykori x Tealive DIY Kit lets you enjoy the best of both outlets.
This kit will spoil you (…oh well).
The King of the Hill in a Massive Market
The bubble tea craze in Malaysia started around 2010. Since then, the trend has paved the way for major chains like Tealive. What’s more, social media has fueled it.
Leaders in the bubble tea industry say that the product is here to stay. They also predict an annual growth rate of about 7% per year through 2026. Like social media, it’s now a permanent part of our culture.
What’s more, bubble tea vendors predict that competition will get stiffer in the field. As things stand, however, it looks like Tealive will hold onto its strong foothold in the bubble tea market.
The Future of Tealive
People spend hours in line to enjoy a delicious bubble tea beverage. Tealive will more than likely continue to hold its own amidst a wave of new bubble tea outlet openings.
However, not everyone’s that patient. If you don’t feel inclined to wait in a long line, you may want to go the Mykori x Tealive DIY Kit route.
However, you should exercise caution. Too much bubble tea will ruin any progress you’ve made at the gym.
Ordering Boba Tea off the Tealive Menu
Bubble tea is a winner among the most favored Malaysian desserts. I’m pretty sure that many readers out there know how to order bubble tea. However, I thought it would be nice to provide a quick primer for our travelers who have yet to experience this delightful beverage.
No doubt, bubble tea is addictive, but you must know how to order it if you want to get the most out of the experience. Here’s the short version of what you’ll need to look out for when ordering your first bubble tea.
There are a lot of potentially confusing choices to make when ordering bubble tea for the first time. However, there are three areas where you want to focus—sugar, ice, and temperature.
For instance, you can choose full sugar, less sugar, half sugar, or some sugar. You also need to choose between regular ice, less ice, or no ice.
Finally, some bubble tea menu items are available in both hot, cold, or warm temperatures. The rest, meaning the ingredients, is the fun part of building bubble tea. I’ll let you figure out that part on the fly.
A Relatively New Twist on Bubble Tea
The bubble tea craze is resulting in the creation of new food and beverage products. Now, a growing number of people are ordering their bubble tea stiff.
You read right. Some outlets are offering variations on bubble tea with a shot of bourbon, gin, rum, tequila, or vodka. Many bars across Asia are experimenting with these bubble tea concoctions.
The trend has even spread as far as Los Angeles. There, there’s even a specialty bar there that focuses on boozy bubble tea-infused drinks.
However, the trend hasn’t stopped there. Companies are making bubble tea lotions, facial tissues, and candles. Some are even making bubble tea face masks that contain real boba pearls.
Taste Tealive Menu Today
Hopefully, our review of the Tealive menu gives you 14 great reasons to give the outlet a try. If you’re not up for the line to buy bubble tea, again, you can always go with the Mykori x Tealive DIY Kit option. Enjoy!
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