Boba teas are catching on worldwide originated in Taiwan and the Greater China.
Two tea masters are introducing you Japanese boba tea!
Currently approx 500 boba tea shops exist in Tokyo.
Boba Tea - its allure should be spreading out to all over the world.
With that thought behind it, we open this account.
Boba tea market scale is now growing and gradually catching on in some more markets. This trend would not be bursting anytime soon.
It will cathing on in North America and Europe markets and will spike a bigger wave.
We hope our pics in this account will help to accelerate the boom.
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First few sips, without stirring it, have a taste of the yogurt + mango juice with mango bits. Perfect for hot weather these days!
D A B O BA @dabobamalaysia
LOCATION : JLN STATION JB (Nearby CS building , opposite Maybank)
Left : Roasted brown sugar pearl fresh milk RM13.90
- Must try brown sugar pearl, specially their cheese + roasted brown sugar. Pearl was perfect. This will be one of my fav and definitely will come again 10/10 ⭐
Right : Honey golden pearl green milk tea RM9.90 - Ok lah taste like tea 🤭 if you are a fan to tea drink thn its definitely will amaze you. If not just buy the left one.
HOPSTOP #7 🐯🦌
📍5 Lock Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong
🥤BToC: Brown Sugar Boba Milk + (The Alley) Brown Sugar Deerioca & Fresh Milk
💸 Price: (Tiger Sugar) HKD$30 and (The Alley) HKD$28
⭐️ Rating: 8/10 and 7/10
As usual, my sister and I decided to get bubble tea, but I thought it would be interesting if we compared Tiger Sugar Brown Sugar to The Alley’s Brown Sugar. In TST, the two shops are really close to each other, so it’s a fun comparison!
Tiger Sugar’s Brown Sugar Boba Milk is very popular in Hong Kong right now (probably for the aesthetic). In my opinion, it almost lives up to the hype and was a very delicious drink overall. Just remember that the drink is made up of only brown sugar, milk, and bubbles, so you should probably expect the milky flavour and the intense sweetness. Regardless, it is a lot to handle and can be difficult to drink after a few sips. The boba itself is great though!
The Alley’s Brown Sugar Deerioca and Fresh Milk is almost exactly the same. The only difference is that this one is more caramely rather than straight-up sugar. The caramel flavour did disappear once I got to the bottom, so that left me with basically just milk which is a bit weird. It was still pretty good though. Also deerioca is just another word for boba from the Alley.
Personally, I would probably choose Tiger Sugar over The Alley for Brown Sugar Milk, but they are both great and I know The Alley has some other fantastic drinks :)