Enjoy A Free Manicure While Sipping On A Drink At This New Bubble Tea Shop In SS15

They had me at "free manicure"!

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With the ever-growing number of bubble tea brands that are still setting up shop in Malaysia, it's gonna take more than just stir-frying pearls or blowtorching drinks to attract customers in the increasingly saturated bubble tea industry

A section of Bubble Tea Street in SS 15, Subang Jaya.

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Taking a leaf out of Haidilao's book, the newly-opened Bao Hei Tang (豹黑糖) in SS 15, Subang Jaya gives free manicures to customers... as long as they buy a drink!

The latest addition to SS 15's Bubble Tea Street offers over 80 colours and designs to choose from

True to its name (Bao Hei Tang, directly translated, means "leopard black sugar"), you can also opt to have leopard spot designs on your nails! 

Bao Hei Tang also claims to be the 'creator of flaming brown sugar milk', which is officially coined Fiery Brown Sugar Boba Latte

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What's up with the "fiery", you ask? Well, it does literally involve quite a bit of fire to make Bao Hei Tang's signature drink. 

Not only do they blowtorch the brown sugar before it's cooked with the pearls... 

... The top of the drink is also given a crème brûlée finish for an extra bit of texture! 

If brown sugar milk concoctions are not quite your thing, you can also try other signature drinks like Sparkling Butterfly Pea Lemon Juice, Honey Golden Boba Gerry Milk Tea, Cheese Four Seasons Green Tea, and Fresh Fruit Tea

Check out their full menu here:

Bao Hei Tang is located along the main Bubble Tea Street at SS 15, Subang Jaya

Address: 90, G-Floor, Jalan SS 15/4, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor.

Opening Hours:
Monday to Friday from 12pm to 12am, Saturday and Sunday from 12pm to 1am. 

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Have you tried these bubble tea brands in SS 15 and Cheras' own Bubble Tea Street yet?

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