There we go again, yet another article on bubble tea.
Just kidding, I love bubble tea too, and I love a good brown sugar boba milk tea.
But of course, we know how unhealthy it is. Just take a look at a video we’ve done about this sinful drink:
And if you’re like me, who loves brown sugar boba, you would definitely know about Tiger Sugar.
Who’s Tiger Sugar?
For those who are not bubble tea fans, you are probably asking “Tiger what?”.
My mum did that too.
The other day she was telling me “My friend said the brown sugar bubble tea from tiger don’t know what, quite nice.”.
But honestly, I’m not a fan of Tiger Sugar, R&B Cheese Brulee Brown Sugar is definitely way nicer.
Anyway, Tiger Sugar is a popular bubble tea brand from Taiwan and is known for their Brown Sugar Boba Milk.
It first opened its doors in November 2017 in Taichung, Taiwan and has since exploded in popularity.
They currently have stores opened in Taiwan, Hongkong, and obviously, Singapore.
The stores in Singapore include:
- Capitol Piazza
- Chinatown Point
- Paragon Orchard
- Jurong Point 1
- Northpoint City South Wing
- Holland Piazza
- Pasarbella @ Suntec City
To be honest, they are all located quite strategically, and you can get your sugar fix quite easily.
But Tiger Sugar just made it easier for you.
Because you can now skip the long queue and have it delivered to your doorstep!
Now On GrabFood!
On a very blessed day, 10 September 2019, Grab Food announced that they have a new King in their jungle.
That’s quite a grand way to introduce the brand, isn’t it?
But, Tiger Sugar is finally joining the already extensive bubble tea brand list on GrabFood!
Extensive Menu Including Their Signature
If you’re wondering, yes, their signature drink is on Grab Food menu although it definitely appears to be slightly pricier.
But, hey! If you’re lazy and you want some Tiger Sugar, I bet you wouldn’t mind the slight price increase.
Do, however, note that the delivery range for Tiger Sugar is within 3km from the outlet location, and don’t go overboard with the drinking!
Because, you know, someone’s already paging the Health Promotion Board about these ongoing unhealthy activities.