BlackBall Original Taiwanese Tea & Dessert – Permanently Closed

Dear Taiwanese dessert lovers! Have you heard about this new taiwanese dessert shop called the Blackball? If you are staying around Subang SS15 or always hang out at Asia Cafe in Subang, I'm sure you won't miss this particular shop. It was back in the year 2006 where Blackball first started and it has bloomed up in a very short time standing as one of the biggest dessert chains in Taipei with over 20 outlets and still expanding. Now, we can all have experience the awesome and original Taiwanese tea and dessert at the first BlackBall outlet in Malaysia which is located in Subang SS15 as I had mention earlier.

Red Bean Ice with Barley and Lotus Seed (RM6.50) add Sky Pearl (RM1.00)
The owner claimed that they use only handmade taro balls with natural ingredients, promising every customer that it is the most chewy taro balls have ever tasted.
By combining the various type of Original Taiwanese Tea selections with the dessert, customers can either choose to have a light drink or to have a bowl of icy cold or hot but refreshing dessert in Blackball.

Cranberry Crushed Ice with Milk (RM6.50) add Aloe Vera (RM1)

BlackBall Signature with Brown Sugar Jelly and Sweetened Bean (RM6.50)
The owner explained that their 'Xian Cao' is the finest quality 'Xian Cao' imported directly from Guan Xi, producing top notch quality 'Xian Cao' tea and grass jelly, it gives the heavenly taste we will never find in other dessert chains... literally they all tasted the same to me! xD

Grass Jelly Ice with brown sugar and sweetened bean (RM6.50)

I personally ordered this because of the name which attracted me, 
Jiu Fen Taro Ball Crushed Ice (RM6.50). I guess the variety of toppings tasted pretty well but the crushed ice wasn't smooth enough. As it melts, it gets harden and quite difficult to bite on.

Grass Jelly Hot with Green Bean and Barley (RM6.50)

Their tea, nlike others, the tea they serve/use is freshly brewed on site everyday. For every four hours they will change their high quality tea leaves to serve every customer with the freshest and the finest tea. I personally like the 3Q Passion Fruit Green Tea the most... RM5.90 per cup with toppings.

The ladies food paparazzi in action! Snap snap snap! :D

Missy enjoying her bowl of BlackBall Signature. Yummeh!
She sure can be the talent for the Colgate toothpaste advertisement! xD

On the left - The staff preparing a bowl of Taiwanese dessert
Top right - Picture with the owner
Bottom right - The placed the dessert on the tray and customer can claim their order

The overview of the shop with clean white wall and green chairs.

What I like most about Blackball is their Taroballs and Black Pearl. Price wise, quite competitive and of course they are way better than ZenQ!

What they can improve on is, their crushed ice and also maybe the size of the bowl. When the crushed ice melted, it seems to be almost overflow.

Although the famous Snowflake is just right beside them but their winning point is that the location of this floor is ground floor and most family members and elder people would rather settle down at Blackball instead of taking the stairs up to Snowflake.

By the way, there's one branch opening soon at Sri Petaling so watch out for their special promotion!

BlackBall Original Taiwanese Tea & Dessert
63G, Jalan SS15/8A, 
Subang Jaya, Petaling Jaya, 
Selangor, Malaysia
Phone: 0123719037

(UPDATE: This outlet is permanently closed)

.: Peace Out :.


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    she's really talented because all the drink and food she can make it at home at the first leak. How do you feel if you drink a tasty tea and listen music to ceiling speaker? Is it exciting?

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