If you're looking for to switch up your go to order, here are 10 new bubble tea brands you should totally hunt down in 2019.
As though we don't already have enough bubble tea spots in Singapore, Taiwan's famous bubble tea brand, Tiger Sugar, is coming to Singapore this November.
Just when we thought that we've had enough of the Salted Egg trend, LiHo decided to surprise us with their latest creation during the CMYK Event.
Looks like bubble tea craze isn't dying any time in Singapore.BreadTalk just stepped up their game with their latest bubble tea buns and toasts.
While food trends come and go, Fruit Teas look like there are here to stay. TaiGai is a popular tea brand in China with over 60 stores across the country.
If you're not familiar with Playmade by 丸作, they previously caused a stir in the local bubble tea community with their interesting pearl flavours from Burnt Caramel to Pink Cactus and Black Sesame.
Located at Singpost Centre at Paya Lebar, the flagship outlet is still undergoing renovations in preparation of a December 2017 opening.
If you've been grieving the loss of Gong Cha, you'll be happy to know that Gong Cha will be coming back to Singapore! Here's what we know so far.