Top 10 Bubble Tea Spots In Toronto
Bubble tea has grown to be more than just a trend here in Toronto. Many new bubble tea stores have popped up over the recent years, and are constantly releasing new and innovative drinks to satisfy all our bubble tea needs.
Here are the top 10 bubble tea stores in Toronto you should try.
1) Ten Ren Tea
Originating from Taiwan, Ten Ren Tea is one of the longest-running bubble tea stores with a rich history of over 50 years. They have a fine selection of traditional Taiwanese teas such as green tea, black tea, oolong tea, Pu-erh tea and iron goddess tea. If you love tea, this is the place to be, with over 11 locations across the GTA.
2) CoCo Fresh Juice Tea & Juice
If you are craving bubble tea, you can never go wrong with CoCo. With locations scattered across the world, CoCo consistently offers quality bubble teas with tapioca that are at just the right consistency.
3) TP Tea
A Taiwanese bubble tea chain that recently opened its first store in Commerce Gate, Thornhill. TP Tea is known for its rich-tasting milk teas with a smooth creamy texture. They also offer unique toppings such as QQ noodle jelly, coffee jelly, and pineapple jelly.
4) OneZo Tapioca
As the name suggests, it’s a bubble tea store that specializes in tapioca. Onezo Tapioca is one of the few bubble tea places that make all their tapioca in-house, and they have a range of flavours to choose from such as crystal, mango, purple, sesame, coconut, and different seasonal tapiocas. Their tapiocas are so tender that it melts in your mouth. One of their must-try drinks is their brown sugar dirty milk.
5) Tiger Sugar
This unique bubble tea store is known for its bubble teas with its signature tiger stripes made from caramelized brown sugar. Its best-selling drink, Brown Sugar Boba Milk with Cream Mousse, is a combination of cold, fresh milk and warm brown sugar tapioca finished with a thick cheese mousse on top. Truly a winning combination.
6) The Alley
Is a popular bubble tea chain that has quickly expanded across Toronto with over 10 locations. Known for its hip venue and unique offering of drinks with deeriocas, which is their own tapioca made from scratch. The Alley has undoubtedly become one of Toronto’s most popular bubble tea spots over the recent years. Expect a long line up, if you ever decide to check it out.
7) Yang Teashop
Yang Teashop is another popular spot for tea lovers, as they offer their own special blends of tea leaves such as lychee black tea, peach oolong, and roasted iron goddess. They source all their tea leaves and brown sugar straight from Taiwan, giving you an authentic Taiwanese bubble tea experience.
8) Happy Lemon
This is not your typical bubble tea store which specializes in bubble ‘milk teas’. Happy Lemon, as the name suggests specializes in lemon tea, although they do serve milk teas as well. Happy Lemon is a great option for those who want to try something different from the traditional bubble milk teas, with a refreshing lemon-based drink that is just as good with tapioca.
9) Presto Tea
Offering great value when it comes to bubble tea. They often have promotions where you can get two bubble teas with tapioca for under $10. This is a great deal, as you are getting a quality cup of tea at an extremely affordable price. Also, they are constantly changing their promotions so that you can try something new each time you visit. You can find them across the GTA, as they have over 15 locations.
10) Yi Fang Taiwan Fruit Tea
This is not your average bubble tea store. Yi Fang specializes in fresh fruit teas, which utilizes fresh ingredients and high-quality tea leaves sourced straight from Taiwan. They are proud to be one of the few bubble tea stores which don’t use any additive, chemicals or flavour enhancers in their drink, so you can rest easy when consuming the drinks. The thing which makes Yi Fang stand out from all the rest is definitely their signature fruit teas with real fruit bits that are not only delicious but also satisfying to chew.