Find out if you are a true bubble tea lover.
While we have no idea when it will be available, there are still plenty of other bubble tea-inspired products in the meantime!
Singapore has always been crazy about bubble-tea (just look at the number of bubble tea brands we have in the country!) resulting in a variety of products launched to cater to this market.
Youth.SG put together a list of 10 bubble tea-inspired products available in Singapore. And if you’ve tried all 10, congratulations – you deserve the title of a true bubble tea lover! (Of course, if you haven’t tried some of them, you can do so once the COVID-19 situation is over.)
Exclusive to their Causeway Point outlet, Gong Cha offers bubble tea lovers soft and fluffy soufflés that come in three scrumptious flavours: Brown Sugar Soft Serve & Pearl, Chantilly Cream & Pearl and Ganache Chocolate. Bubble tea, and now souffle? Who can resist the temptation to such a perfect combination?
KOI at Jewel Changi Airport serves up mouth-watering waffles alongside its signature milky boba as one of its topping choices for bubble tea lovers. Enjoy delectable bites of the waffle followed by a sip of Signature KOI’s new Coffee Jelly Floral Green Milk Tea if you are a fan of the traditional Yuan Yang. Yummy!
Go in for a treat at Edith Patisserie with its bubble tea tarts made in-store daily. Its baked almond shell is the perfect crust to go with either of two flavours: original milk tea or matcha. The tart is then topped with chewy boba that accentuates its taste and texture. Do note that the bubble tea tarts are only in-store during weekends (Fri to Sun).
Similar in terms of physical appearance to Truedan’s upcoming brown sugar ice cream cone, Coney Donut’s Brown Sugar Boba Milk Tea custard cone is filled with decadent brown sugar boba and milk tea custard packed inside a fluffy cone. It is available in limited quantities every day. Who needs ice-cream, when you can have this?
Talk about a unique fusion of ingredients and texture with Brotherbird Milk & Croissants’ Brown Sugar Boba Milk Mochi Croissant. The croissant features the bakehouse’s original mochi croissant infused with brown sugar custard and their own homemade brown sugar boba. We can never look at croissants the same way again!
The Benjamins has a penchant of being unconventional with their food. From Mi Goreng Toast to turmeric latte, the cafe has something for everyone. Bubble tea enthusiasts should definitely check out their Bubble Toast that has a complementary crispy-chewy texture. Order a cup of their gravity-defying bubble tea too if you are looking for something to drink and wow your friends with at the same time.
Artea’s Brown Sugar Bubble Tiramisu is a flavourful dessert filled with layers of mascarpone cheese and dipped ladyfingers sponge. The dessert is decorated with brown sugar boba toppings for that extra sweetness and charm. Oh, it’s perfect for your instagram too!
Too many bubble tea food products? How about a bubble tea ambient lamp in your room to proclaim your love for the drink then? Smoko’s adorable ambient lamp comes with boba pearls inside and envelops the room in a warm and cosy ambience when lit. Even though it doesn’t have a physical store in Singapore, Smoko ships this cute decor internationally – you know what’s a gift you can get for that friend that goes crazy over bubble tea now!
Also from Smoko, the Pearl Boba Tea Airpod case is suitable for AirPod Gen 1 and 2. The design comes with a charging point that allows you to charge your Airpods without the need to remove the outer case of boba cuteness.
What’s the easiest way to showcase your love for bubble tea? By having a bubble tea phone cover, of course! E-commerce platform Shopee has several bubble tea phone cover recommendations to pick from. Purchase one for your phone so that like-minded fans can spot a fellow devotee from a mile away. Bubble tea lovers, assemble!
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