• Bubble Milk Tea & Bubble Coconut Milk

    About the “Bubble Tea”

    Bubble Tea is a Taiwanese tea-based drink invented in Taiwan in the 1980s. It became known as “bubble tea” because of the thick layer of foam that forms on top of the drink after it is shaken. Toppings, known as "pearls", such as chewy tapioca balls also known as pearls or boba. There are many varieties of the drink with a wide range of flavors. The two most popular varieties are black pearl milk tea and green pearl milk tea

  • Bubble Milk Tea

    • Cheer’s Bubble Milk Tea
      Made from Taiwanese local black tea in alpine, the mouth taste is thick, and the flavor is rich.
    • Gross composition of milk is more than 45% and 100% made with New Zealand imported natural milk powder.
    • Four flavors: Original, Brown Sugar, Matcha & Coffee
    • Pearls is made with Konjac to replace starch powder of Tapioca. The taste is chewy, crispy, rich of satiety, low in calories and easy to digest
  • Bubble Coconut Milk

    • Made from Taiwanese local black tea in alpine, the mouth taste is thick, and the flavor is rich.
    • Gross composition of milk is more than 45% and 100% made with New Zealand imported natural milk powder.
    • Four flavors: Original, Brown Sugar, Matcha & Coffee
    • Pearls is made with Konjac to replace starch powder of Tapioca. The taste is chewy, crispy, rich of satiety, low in calories and easy to digest