No. 2, Lane 8, ChiFeng St.
hours: 11:30AM- 7:30PM
website: Prince Drinks' FB page
$ (cash only. I think they deliver if you order over 6 cups)
Kid friendliness: you can probably ask for a version with just fresh milk and oreos, but why not just make it yourself at home
Visit reviewed: 9/4/2015
After devouring award winning pizza next door (review coming!), a picture of milk tea topped with crumbled Oreos caught my eye. I usually don't succumb to such temptations easily, but it has been HOT lately and I hadn't had a milk tea in so long, so I gave in. Let's say for "research purposes" for the blog.
I forked over NT$65 for an Oreo milk tea and answered the usual "how sweet, how icy?" questions. I made it half sweet (since there was going to be sugar from the Oreos) and less icy, but they suggested that we have it with no ice. The cup was huge, similar to a Large or Extra large at most boba shops and it was mostly tea with one third fresh milk. It was interesting drinking the crushed Oreos as they were absorbing the liquid and becoming mushy- as all kids know, similar to eating dunked Oreos, but this way it was much faster. I didn't finish the drink and I still prefer an Oreo shake, but I'm sure we'll keep an eye out now for Oreo milk tea drinks wherever we go now.