Top 10 Best Bubble Tea in Singapore 2021
Introducing the top 10 best bubble tea in Singapore 2021! Bubble Tea has become popular mainly because of the chewy tapioca pearls that were used before the idea of Boba tea came about in the 1980s in Taichung, Taiwan. Here in Singapore, bubble tea is the most popular item in its beverage category that everyone loves. But which bubble tea is Singaporean’s top choice? Here we have list the top 10 best bubble tea shops in Singapore:
Top 10 Best Bubble Tea in Singapore 2021
The Alley Bubble Tea Shop
The Alley Lujiaoxiang (鹿角巷) is a bubble milk tea chain that was founded in Taiwan in 2013. It has since expanded rapidly across the world with branches in Japan, Korea, Paris, Australia, USA, and many more countries. Currently, The Alley has 8 outlets in Singapore.
Tiger Sugar Bubble Tea Shop
Tiger Sugar, which started in Taichung, Taiwan in 2017, has become known for its brown sugar boba streaked with syrup (which look like tiger stripes, hence the name). It’s made with a proprietary brown sugar syrup, organic milk from Straus Family Creamery and tapioca. Founder Ming Tsung Yang stumbled upon the unique beverage when he combined brown sugar syrup with tapioca pearls and fresh milk at his dessert shop in Taichung, Taiwan. Currently, Tiger Sugar has 10 outlets in Singapore.
The Whale Tea
Combining the creamy texture of fresh milk and the addictive chewiness of brown sugar boba pearls, this beverage is topped with a cheese milk cap and torched caramelised brown sugar. The Whale Tea’s signature drink is The Whale Crystal, a gradient of soft blue coloring diffusing into creamy white milk filled with golden crystal jelly. When the drink is placed on a mini light, the crystal jelly is illuminated from below, creating an illusion of a glowing drink. Currently, The Whale Tea has 6 outlets in Singapore.
Artea Bubble Tea Shop
ARTEA offers you a delicious cocktail of freshly brewed tea, artisanal flavors, Swiss milk, tasty Tapioca and toppings. All freshly made and conceived in our cozy shop in the center of Lausanne. Currently, The Whale Tea has 4 outlets in Singapore.
LiHo Bubble Tea Shop
This bizarre-sounding drink, which first originated in China a few years ago and is wildly popular there and in countries like Malaysia, has finally made it to Singapore via LiHo. LiHo is a new Singaporean brand which took over bubble tea chain Gong Cha. Ever since LiHO TEA’s establishment in 2017 by Royal T Group, LiHO TEA has signified a proud Singapore tea beverage brand that every Singaporean can relate to. LiHO 里喝 means “How are you?” in dialect. Currently, Liho has 95 outlets in Singapore.
Gong Cha Bubble Tea Shop
Established in Taiwan in 2006, Gong Cha, which translates to “tribute tea for the emperor” opened its doors into a highly saturated bubble tea market and has become deeply appreciated by its customers, gaining global renown by word of mouth and a uniquely customised service. Currently, Gong Cha has 30 outlets in Singapore.
Koi Bubble Tea Shop
Hailing from Taiwan, KOI has cemented its status as the go-to place for a cup of classic bubble milk tea — with a welcome high pearl to drink ratio. Although it goes by the name ’50 Lan’ in Taiwan, the chain is marketed as KOI in Singapore, giving it a more contemporary vibe. Its signature heart-warming hospitality were successfully brought overseas with the opening of the first Singapore outlet in 2007. Currently, Koi has 61 outlets in Singapore.
Chi Cha San Chen Bubble Tea Shop
It is a Taiwan bubble tea chain that has grown and expanded rapidly with slight under 20 locations all over Singapore. It is famous for their award winning Dong Ding Oolong Tea. This bbt chain started from Taichung City, Taiwan in 1998, more than 20 years ago with over 200 outlets in Taiwan and China. Currently, Chi Cha San Chen has 25 outlets in Singapore.
Chicha San Chen Bubble Tea Shop
Xing Fu Tang Bubble Tea Shop
Famous for its fresh house-made brown sugar pearls, Xing Fu Tang uses 100% natural brown sugar to create the pearls and does not put in any additives, essences, or preservatives. The key ingredients needed to create the dough are starch and Xing Fu Tang’s signature brown sugar which are imported directly from Taiwan. Xing Fu Tang signature drink is Brown Sugar Boba Milk. First, they make their boba from hand-rolled tapioca dough and cook them until they’re perfectly soft and chewy. Currently, Xing Fu Tang has 10 outlets in Singapore.
Hollin Bubble Tea Shop
Quality tea with handmade flavored pearls; a flavor a day. HOLLIN, a new generation of bubble tea experience — Bubble Tea 3.0 — promoting quality of life with handmade pearls, fresh milk drinks, and specialty Rock Salt Macchiato. Hollin signature cream is whipped to a smooth, light, velvety texture, and beaten with a dash of Himalayan rock salt. A unique taste that is refreshingly savoury and complementary with most drinks. Currently, Hollin has 2 outlets in Singapore.
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