Bober Tea Menu Prices Singapore 2024

Hello Bober tea lovers, are you looking for the latest Bober tea Menu? You have arrived at the right place then. We have uploaded their complete menu with pictures & updated prices. Below you will find the latest Lists of Bober tea Menu 2024 Singapore with prices.

Bober tea Menu Singapore

Bober Tea Menu Singapore With Prices List


Taste Of Blend

Indulge in their delightful Coconut Blends, available in Medium starting from S$5.70 and Large starting from S$7. For a tantalizing twist, try their Coconut Strawberry Blend in Medium for S$7.20 or Large for S$8.60. And for a tropical treat, savor their Coconut Mango Blend, Medium from S$6.50 and Large from S$7.90.

Green Tea

They offer a wide range of tantalizing jasmine tea flavors to suit every taste. From the aromatic Blossom Jasmine Green Tea to the luscious Yakult Blossom Jasmine Tea, there’s something for everyone. Whether you prefer medium or large sizes, prices start from just S$3, making it an affordable and delightful treat. Indulge in the Grapefruit Jasmine Tea or the Passion Fruit Jasmine Tea, both available in medium and large sizes.

Fresh Milk

From the luscious Brown Sugar Boba Fresh Milk to the rich Brown Sugar Boba Matcha and the tempting Brown Sugar Boba Oreo Milk, their menu promises an explosion of flavors. Not to miss are the Uji Matcha Latte and the Fragrant Taro Latte, perfect for matcha and taro enthusiasts. With sizes to choose from, starting from just S$5, there’s a refreshing option for everyone.

Milk Tea

From the classic Milk Tea to the rich and flavorful Signature Roasted Milk, they have it all. My personal favorites are the Brown Sugar Boba Milk Tea and the Winter Melon Milk Tea, available in both Medium and Large sizes, starting from just S$3.40. The Honey Milk Tea and Matcha Milk Tea are equally enticing options, with prices ranging from S$4.60 to S$7.20.

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What bubble tea is halal?

Most bubble tea options are halal, meaning they adhere to Islamic dietary guidelines. The primary aspect to consider is the Tapioca balls or pearls, as well as the popping bobas. These components are sometimes mistaken for Gelatin-based products, like jelly and sweets, which may not be halal. However, in most cases, you can enjoy your favorite bubble tea worry-free, as it meets the halal criteria.

How many calories are in Bober tea?

Have you ever wondered about the calorie content of that delightful bubble tea you enjoy? Well, worry no more! A standard 500ml serving with tapioca pearls usually packs around 325 calories, but nowadays, many places serve a larger 700ml size, clocking in at 455 calories. So, if you’re conscious about your calorie intake, you might want to consider these numbers before indulging. Remember, a healthy snack typically contains 150 to 300 calories, so be mindful of your choices and enjoy your bubble tea guilt-free!

Where did Bober tea originate?

Bober Tea traces its roots back to Singapore, but it has since grown its presence to include various locations across the Philippines, China, and the United States. The credit for the U.S. expansion goes to Michelle Moore, the proud owner of Bober Tea’s license in the country. She has been actively granting franchise opportunities to enthusiastic entrepreneurs, spreading the delightful taste of Bober Tea throughout the Bay Area, Minnesota, and northern Colorado.

Is there boba in Pakistan?

Exciting news for all bubble tea enthusiasts in Pakistan! BobaBubble, the renowned brand, has just introduced BubbleTea in the country. Now, you can delight in your favorite drink, completely customizable with options like milk preference, a range of flavors, and varying levels of sweetness. The wait is finally over as BobaBubble sets foot in Pakistan with a grand launch that promises to be a delightful experience for all. Get ready to savor the goodness of boba in your own backyard!

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Author: Christopher Tan

Hi there! I’m Christopher Tan, an award-winning writer, cooking instructor, and photographer. My passion lies in combining my love for words, images, and of course, food to create meaningful experiences. I have been honored to have my work published in numerous esteemed publications, including the Sunday Times and Straits Times in Singapore, Saveur magazine in America, and The Peak magazine.

I have expressed my love for food through the written word by authoring and co-authoring multiple cookbooks, including Chinese Heritage Cooking, Ask The Foodie and NerdBaker. I am thrilled to inspire others to create their own meaningful experiences through food, through my writing and teachings. I write restaurant menus and review on

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