Boba and Bubble Tea - Gong Cha USA

Best hot bubble tea flavor in fall/winter

At Gong cha, the variety of flavors are endless.  New drinks will be launched in NY, NJ, MA, and TX stores. This includes the launch of our Spooky Brown Sugar Matcha.

With more than 50 different combinations available, customers are able to customize the drink according to their taste and preference. They can add different types of toppings like our pearls (tapioca/bubbles) to add to their boba tea. There is also an option to customize the sugar level in your drink.

Bubble tea is meant to be enjoyed all year around, regardless of the season. In the winter, warm bubble tea can be savored. Now all you have to do is choose the right combo. While boba uses texture to contrast the chewiness of the tapioca with the smoothness of the drink, milk foam creates its contrast with flavor. It's a nice way to drink boba because the milk foam offers a savory addition to the beverage.  "Milk Foam," a Gong cha specialty, is a success with many consumers since it offers a fresh perspective on tea-based beverages. Our milk foam is a mildly salted cream topping above freshly brewed tea. Throughout the winter, whenever you get a yearning for bubble tea, just go for it. 

Here are several milk foam series to try this.

Milk Foam Green Tea

Milk Foam Oolong Tea

Milk Foam Earl Grey Tea

Milk Foam Wintermelon. 

Brown sugar is one of the most popular and traditional bubble tea flavors. It’s produced with brown sugar and brown-sugar flavored tapioca pearls. Brown sugar boba quickly gained popularity in Taiwan, due to its nostalgic resemblance to traditional Taiwanese desserts. Brown sugar milk tea gets its characteristic sweet and smoky flavor by adding black tea, milk and tapioca pearls which are soaked in brown sugar syrup. Tapioca pearls are soaked in brown sugar syrup to keep them moist and chewy. 

The pearls progressively absorb the brown sugar rich sweetness and mild smokiness over time.

The tapioca pearls and their syrup are ladled down the sides of the cup, streaking the sides, and the drink is filled with fresh milk tea.

Brown sugar streaks give brown sugar bubble tea its distinctive look, and the contrast between milk, warm brown sugar syrup, and chewy tapioca pearls has won the hearts of people all over the world.

Checkout Gong cha menu for the latest drinks and flavors


By Priya Navani

Posted on November 1, 2021