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Bubble Up: 17 Must-Try Bubble Tea Stores In Singapore

Hunting for new bubble tea stores?

Bubble tea is definitely a favourite for most Singaporeans, and there are many different chains throughout the island.

With a never-ending bubble tea trend, you are sure to find new and upcoming outlets!

Satisfy your cravings with these 4 new bubble tea stores in Singapore:

1. Milksha

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Introducing Milksha (迷客夏), also known as “The Fresh Milk Specialist”. This bubble tea chain is relatively popular in Hong Kong with its main feature being its smooth, delectable fresh milk.

Following the never-ending cheese foam and brown sugar craze, Milksha will offer a wide variety of such bubble tea drinks.

Look forward to the 1st Milksha opening in Singapore in June 2019! Keep an eye out on their social media pages and be the in the know when release where their first outlet opens!

2. Xing Fu Tang

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Adding another NEW store to the list is Xing Fu Tang (幸福堂), a famous Taiwanese bubble tea known for their authentic stir-fried brown sugar pearls.

Xing Fu Tang will open in Singapore on 28 June 2019, bringing happiness to all bubble tea lovers. Look forward to the first-ever Singapore franchise at Century Square in Tampines for a euphoric sugar rush.

Enjoy flavour in every sip from their aromatic teas to blow-torched sugar toppings like crème Brule. Enjoy taking IG-worthy pictures like of their Mango Smoothie with Rabbit Panna Cotta or their signature Brown Sugar Boba Milk.

Can’t wait to embrace more happiness? You can look forward to their pop-up store at Takashimaya for a first taste from 30 May to 16 June 2019!

3. Chi Cha San Chen

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Opening a flagship store at 313@Somerset on 14 May 2019 is the first ever ChiCha San Chen (吃茶三千) in Singapore.

Popular back in Mainland China and with over 200 outlets in both China and Taiwan, ChiCha San Chen is famous for their freshly-brewed, on the spot, tea drinks.

Expect six different varieties of tea and choose from different flavour profiles to create a personalised drink. Following the never-ending brown sugar milk tea craze, their Fresh Milk with Brown Sugar Bubble is a must-try!

Not to mention, the Singapore outlet holds a new addition, a tea appreciation counter. Experience the authenticity of Taiwan’s finest oolong tea in five different roast levels!

4. The Alley

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Introducing another famous bubble tea store from Taiwan is The Alley Singapore!

Opening its very first outlet at the Jewel Changi Airport on 17 April 2019, The Alley is easily recognisable with a very catchy antelope logo and can be found all over the globe.

As a leading traditional tea trendsetter, The Alley uses premium hand-harvested tea leaves combined with freshly prepared hand-crafted tapioca pearls, Deerioca.

Their Deerioca series is a definite must-try, especially their Brown Sugar Deerioca Fresh Milk.

Apart from bubble tea at the Jewel Changi Airport, look forward to The Alley Luxe, the first ever premium concept of The Alley worldwide at Orchard Cineleisure, on 18 May 2019!

Enjoy sipping on their signature blends while munching on delicious pastries at The Alley Luxe this May. Don’t forget to take lots of pictures of these IG-worthy ombre drinks!

5. Jenjudan (珍煮丹)

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Following the brown sugar milk tea craze, Jenjudan (珍煮丹) opened its first outlet in Singapore at Citylink Mall on 23 March 2019.

Born in the world-renowned Shilin Market in Taipei, this iconic Taiwanese bubble tea was way ahead of its time with their brown sugar bubble tea, making an appearance back in 2010.

They are famous for their brown sugar pearls infused with a homemade caramelised sugar! Jenjudan is a must-try bubble tea store, especially for their signature Brown Sugar Boba Milk.

6. Nayuki

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With over 180 stores across China, Nayuki(奈雪の茶) opened its first overseas outlet in Singapore on 8 December 2018!

Well-loved by celebrities, Nayuki is well-known for its premium fresh fruit tea served with soft euro bread. Located in Vivocity, sip on their recommended Supreme Cheese Fruit Teas in a comfortable but stylish sit-down café.

Ride on the cheese tea bandwagon with a delightful twist at Nayuki.

7. Winnie’s

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Located in one-north is a whimsical little bubble tea shop called Winnie’s. With 9 outlets in Taiwan and 6 in Beijing, you can find Winnie’s first outlet in the business district at Fusionopolis.

Officially opened on 13 November 2018, Winnie’s offers five base tea varieties from smoky blossom green tea, black tea, Nanou mountain spring tea, charred oolong tea and Jing Xuan tea.

They are known for handmaking their preservative-free pearls daily using custom water treatments to create a better water quality and tea flavour. Try out their recommended classic Afternoon Milk tea but don’t miss out on the popular Black Sugar Pearl Fresh Milk as well!

8. HEYTEA

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Opening their first overseas outlet in Singapore on 10 November 2018, HEYTEA(喜茶) is China’s most famous cheese tea brand with its cheese imported from New Zealand.

Indulge in a cheesy wonderland with the original cheese tea at ION Orchard, with their recommended King Fone Cheese Tea made of premium oolong tea accompanied by a unique smokiness.

9. Tiger Sugar

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Tiger Sugar opened its flagship store in Capitol Piazza on 3 November 2018. They are famous for their brown sugar milk teas and the name even derived from the drink itself!

Enjoy their Brown Sugar Boba Milk with Cream Mousse, a syrupy delight.

10. TaiGai

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TaiGai (台盖) is a famous tea specialty brand with over 60 stores across China and the first overseas store here in Singapore at NEX on 5 September 2018.

Take a sip from the creators of fruit blended cheese tea with delightful signatures from their Fruity Milk Kiss range!

11. TenRen Tea

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With over 2000 stores worldwide, TenRen Tea (天仁茗茶) added Singapore to its ever-growing tea chain on 28 July 2018 at Chinatown point.

Well-known for their traditional tea drinks, TenRen Tea has expanded into the bubble tea mania. Don’t miss out on signature drinks like King’s oolong tea latte and Black/Green Milk Tea with Pearls!

12. Bober Tea

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An artisan tea, Bober Tea opened in June 2018 and offers affordable yet high-quality, tasty blends using premium ingredients.

Find them at Bishan MRT for a variety of tasty and IG-worthy drinks like Brown Sugar Boba Fresh Milk and Uji Matcha Latte.

13. TP Tea

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With over 300 outlets worldwide, TP Tea opened its first outlet in Singapore at Changi Airport on 27 June 2018.

Becoming the first ever 24-hour Taiwanese bubble tea shop in Singapore, these customisable bubble tea drinks do not disappoint.

Try out their bestseller Tie Guan Yin Latte for a taste of their premium oolong tea!

14. Hollin

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This Taiwanese bubble tea chain stands out as they serve different pearls daily!

Located at Toa Payoh Central, Hollin opened on 14 April 2018 serving a daily rotation of pearl flavours from cocoa, coconut and peanut.

Try their signature matcha latte to enjoy its creaminess and sweetness thoroughly!

15. True Boss

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Singapore’s first ever vinegar tea opened on 1 April 2018 with True Boss (醋頭家) at Northpoint City.

Originating from Tainan, enjoy this vinegar tea known for the fruit vinegar which is good for digestion. Try out their signature Apple Vinegar with Fruits and their version of Brown Sugar with Fresh Milk!

16. Kung Fu Tea

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Leaning more towards the milky side, Kung Fu Tea opened way back on 10 February 2018 in Hillion Mall.

Treat yourself to a sweet treat with their signature drink 38 Milk King or their newer addition Brown Sugar 357.

Relish in the combination of an aromatic blend of brown sugar syrup and sweetened fresh milk with brown sugar pearls that burst with flavour in every bite.

17. Jiak Zua

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Adding one last bubble tea store is the unique Jiak Zua made of ice fruit tea and tasty cheese tea.

Opening its first store all the way back on 9 February 2018 in Oxley Towers, Jiak Zua is an excellent treat for Downtown travellers.

Dig into their cheesecake-like cheese foam mixed and homemade sugar with lemon and no additives fruit teas like their bestseller Mix Fruit Teas.

The bubble tea trend is Singapore seems like it will never die. With continuous introductions of new stores, especially from famous Taiwanese bubble tea brands, bubble tea lovers always more options.

Bubble up with these 17 old, new and upcoming stores to satisfy your bubble tea cravings with a sweet and creamy fix.

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