Fancy a tall glass of bubble tea, anyone? The tea-based drink has gained wide-spread popularity over the years and continues to do so till date. Its origin lies in Taiwan and the drink includes tapioca balls, along with a blend of other toppings. When we think of bubble tea in our very own Toronto, the options are truly endless. But not to fret, because we’ve got a list of the most unique bubble tea drinks you can find in the 6ix.
Machi Millk Tea-Machi Machi
One of the highlights of this place is that they serve their drinks in bottles and cups that are aesthetically pleasing. The designs work and makes for a good Insta-worthy click. Make sure to check out any of their Machi Milk Tea/Latte options.
Deerioca Fever-The Alley
Upon its arrival from Taiwan, the deer-themed chain has found in a home in Toronto, currently with three locations. Their menu features things like Brown Sugar Deerioca (their signature tapioca made from scratch), Winter Series and Snow Velvet Series.
OneLove Wonderland-One Zo Tapioca
Find a variety of really colourful at this bubble tea joint. Their current ongoing special is the OneLove Wonderland, which is available for a limited time. The cups for their hot teas also feature creative designs and patterns.
Ever wanted to drink bubble tea in a light bulb? Well, you can if you head over to Royaltea. But if that isn’t your thing, you can also get these delicious drinks in bear-shaped bottles. Totally Instagrammable, if you ask us.
Tika Unicorn-TIKA Tea House
Fanciful and fanciful drinks is the name of the game at this bubble tea joint. With flavours like Tika Unicorn, Grape Aurora and others, there’s something delicious for everyone. The Tika Unicorn is full of flavour, colour and instagram worthiness.
Brown Sugar Pearl Cocoa Latte-Yi Fang Tea
They specialise in fruit teas with all sorts of flavours. The YiFang Fruit Tea includes Handcrafted Taiwan pineapple sauce and jade tea. Check out the thee Brown Sugar Pearl Cocoa Latte if you’re looking for something a little more sweet.