Bubble Tea Singapore
Looking for the best bubble tea in Singapore?
Look no further!
We have compiled a list of the 10 best bubble teas in town, based on customer reviews and our own personal experiences.
From traditional milk tea to fruit-flavored options, there’s something for everyone on this list.
So what are you waiting for?
Grab your friends and head to one of these amazing bubble tea shops today!
1) Tiger Sugar
Fresh milk has a thicker texture and the cream mousse is added to it, giving it a fuller flavor and taste than other bubble teas.
The brown sugar pearls gave the plain fresh milk a boost of sweetness and emphasized the drink’s flavor.
- The brown sugar syrup gave the plain fresh milk a boost of sweetness and emphasized the drink’s flavor.
My wife had a bubble tea craving and since there is no queue why not? Ordered milk tea and I liked the taste of the milk. Service is good too. Price is similar to the other bubble tea shop.Josh Lim
We ordered the Strawberry Cheezo with Bobo Pops, which was a little too adorable in its dreamy pink hue.
The cheese layer has a salty aftertaste and a sweet taste. The bottom includes genuine strawberry pieces with a sour, tangy flavor.
The saltiness balances the sourness and vice versa, making this combination work nicely.
Overall, we thought it to be a completely harmonic beverage.
- The saltiness balances the sourness and vice versa, making this combination work nicely.
I have to admit that I was too impressed by the pretty ID and so damn cute packaging that I don’t recall how the drink was (or drinks? I don’t even remember how many we ordered). The fruit teas are so colourful and pretty – the next opportunity that presents, I have to try it!Tiny Tea
3) Ji Long Tang
We were all in agreement when we took the first sip: the drink tasted distinctively different from all of the other bubble teas.
Contrary to its appearance, the drink was not too thick and tasted delightfully fresh and sweet. The boba is soft and has a satisfactory bite.
Finally, after combining the sugar at the bottom and cheese foam at the top, the drink’s texture became somewhat thicker.
All the ingredients incorporate well together to create a well-balanced drink that is sweet, creamy, and rich.
- All the ingredients incorporate well together to create a well-balanced drink that is sweet, creamy, and rich.
Cozy place to enjoy bubble tea.BL
4) Gong Cha
We attempted their Lychee Tea with Basil Seeds.
The light-tasting tea, on the other hand, plays well with the sweet lychee flavor, making for a very light and refreshing afternoon drink.
Other toppings, such as pearls and jelly, have more components than Gong Cha’s Basil Seeds, which is why they’re so popular.
- Other toppings, such as pearls and jelly, have more components than Gong Cha’s Basil Seeds, which is why they’re so popular.
My favourite Taro Milk TeaTrip Advisor
Our crew went down to Yeppo Honey Earl Grey Milk Tea for a taste test. The first sip was quite nice.
Each sip gives you a delectable concoction of milk tea, coconut jelly, and pearls.
This beverage is sweetened with honey, which is thought to be more natural and healthier than sugar.
Additionally, to make the drink even healthier, there is also an option for ‘less honey’, which did not make the drink any less delicious.
We discovered, on the other hand, that it enhanced the flavor of the tea.
- Additionally, to make the drink even healthier, there is also an option for ‘less honey’, which did not make the drink any less delicious.
Staff are nice and friendly! During peak hours there is usually a Long queue.Valencia Tea
6) U & Tea
Despite being a bubble tea establishment, U & Tea’s most popular beverages are delectable smoothies.
So we went down to order their most popular drink, the U-Mango!
The ice blended this delectable smoothie was wonderfully icy and cold with a rich mango flavor.
It was a bit thick, but it mixed in effortlessly and provided a smooth texture that made sipping and complementing the distinctive mango taste simple.
- The ice blended this delectable smoothie was wonderfully icy and cold with a rich mango flavor.
This dessert-like drink alone will bring me back to U & Tea. My strawberry bubble tea came served over ice in a plastic cup covered by a foil lid through which you push a wide straw. It had a strawberry milkshake taste, and the pile of blueberry-looking spheres at the bottom of the cup, sucked up through the straw, tasted like tapioca.McCall
We were anticipating a brewed Chinese tea when we visited BaWangChaJi, but the white peach oolong tea we ordered was much better.
This delightful drink was very light with just the right amount of sweetness after ordering it with only 25% sugar.
The milk was smoothly integrated into the tea’s fruity undertones of peach and oolong.
- This delightful drink was very light with just the right amount of sweetness after ordering it with only 25% sugar.
Staff very friendly! Drink is good too.Hui Ping
The scent was reminiscent of a good blend between bitter and sweet, with the brown sugar pearls more than compensating for the tea’s unpleasant aftertaste.
The pearls are soft, chewy, and rather sweet, indicating that they have been cooked for an appropriate length of time.
Overall, the beverage is quite strong, and it’s also filling.
- The pearls are soft, chewy, and rather sweet, indicating that they have been cooked for an appropriate length of time.
Loved it. Only tried the signature brown sugar boba milk so can’t comment on other drinks. Although there were queue, I managed to get the drinks pretty fast.Ong Kok
9) Wanpo Tea
From TaiChung, Taiping is known for its popular bubble tea.
For an unusual treat, we opted for the Custard Milk Tea with 25% sugar since they were out of boba.
The presentation of this drink is quite attractive, with a thick custard covering the sides and it’s not a rapid pour and finish.
To create the most effective tisanes, be sure to combine the custard with the tea!
- The presentation of this drink is quite attractive, with a thick custard covering the sides and it’s not a rapid pour and finish.
The staffs were very friendly. They have wide range of bubble iced tea. Tried their recommended Custard Milk Tea. I love it. It’s so good. Must try!Su Lin Ang
10) Xing Fu Tang
We tried the Brown Sugar Boba Milk Tea and were surprised by the rich taste of the blend of their fresh milk tea and brown sugar boba.
Xing Fu Tang’s milk tea and boba combination stand out from the crowd, giving it a competitive edge over other brown sugar milk teas.
- Xing Fu Tang’s milk tea and boba combination stand out from the crowd, giving it a competitive edge over other brown sugar milk teas.
Located within basement 1 of Takashimaya’s street food maze. I don’t subscribe to the milk tea fad but this place is an exception. The brown sugar is amazing, as is the pearls too. Yumz.Tiny T
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is bubble tea?
Bubble tea is a Taiwanese drink that typically consists of tea, milk, and sugar mixed with chewy tapioca balls. It can also include other variations such as coffee, fruit, or yogurt.
What are the different flavors of bubble tea?
The different flavors of boba tea can vary depending on the tea shop, but some common flavors include black tea, green tea, jasmine tea, honeydew milk tea, and strawberry milk tea.
What are the different types of toppings for bubble tea?
Some common toppings for bubble pearl tea include boba (tapioca balls), grass jelly, puddings, and popping pearls.
How do I make bubble tea at home?
To make bubble tea at home, you will need tea, milk, sugar, and tapioca balls (also known as boba). First, brew the tea according to your preference. then combine the brewed tea with milk and sugar to taste. Finally, add in the tapioca pearls and enjoy!
What are the health benefits of drinking bubble tea?
There are many health benefits of drinking bubble milk tea. Some of the benefits include improved digestion, increased energy levels, and better oral health. Bubble tea is also a great source of antioxidants, which can help fight free radicals and reduce the risk of cancer.