Tiger Sugar’s Brown Sugar Boba Drinks

The place that is attracting young Torontonians

If you are a Torontonian, you probably do not want to miss the drink that is making a trend among young people lately. It is the brown sugar milk tea boba. Tiger Sugar is a Taiwanese brand that is popular for this drink in Downtown Toronto recently.

The drink’s flavour is a combination of milk and caramel of brown sugar, which brings about a unique taste to customers. What makes Tiger Sugar special is that it is not too sweet, thanks to the subtle bitterness of caramel. The boba is cooked just right, so it’s very soft and tasty.

How to drink Tiger Sugar properly?

Step 1: Take a creative picture with Tiger Sugar and post on your social media.Step 2: Shake the drink 15 times, then enjoy it.

The Brown Sugar series offers a variety of options. For example, you can try brown sugar milk with cream mousse, or you can enjoy mini tapioca with brown sugar pearl milk. Other drinks include black tea and green tea lattes.

More stores will come soon in North York and Scarborough.
Address: 348A Yonge Street, Toronto.
Opening hour: 12:00 PM – 10:00 PM

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