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The top 5 new bubble tea in Toronto

New bubble tea in Toronto is plentiful—we're basically the boba capital of Canada. That means new arrivals have to try extra hard to offer something special: this recent batch is all about  glittery drinks, printing Peppa Pig on cheese foam, or being really depressing.

Here are my picks for the top new bubble tea in Toronto.  

Answer Tea

This Chinatown store ran into some very bad luck last month with a brazen robbery, but it looks like the cafe is back in action with a new storefront, and the option of getting your face (or any other cartoon picture) printed on cheese foam. 

ChunYang Tea

This treasured Taiwanese chain has hit Toronto with not one, but two locations. They've got a store right by Wellesley station and another by Northtown Way Square, with menus dealing in fruit drinks and traditional, brown sugar milk teas. 

Chatime Innovation Bar

Hand-whisked matcha, dairy-free options, and mesmerizing drinks made with edible glitter: they're all on the menu at Chatime's latest outpost, curated for the Torontonian palate. Find it by Wellesley Station.

Incha

It's brown sugar bubble tea or nothing these days, and this sleek cafe by College and Bay does it well. Torontonians love matcha, so they do a pretty green drink layered with brown sugar as well. 

Song Tea

Now open at Times Square is this super cute store decked out with flamingos and a dose of attitude. This is the first location of the global chain, which serves tasty boba with downer drink names like "Waste of Life" and "Achieve Absolutely Nothing." 

Lead photo by

Hector Vasquez of Chatime Innovation Bar


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