📍 3300 Midland Avenue, Unit 36, Scarborough
I recently tried CoCo Bubble Tea on a whim, since it was the closest bubble place to where I was eating at.
I’ve never tried CoCo before neither had I had a Pearl Milk Bubble Tea by myself since I’ve always been worried if I’ve gotten lactose intolerant, but I was fine and didn’t react badly.
At first taste, I fell in love instantly with how smooth the milk tea was! I’ve tried the Milk Tea from Chatime as well, but it just doesn’t taste as smooth as CoCo’s!
I always shake my bubble tea before I poke the straw in, since sometimes all the ingredients fall to the bottom, or if the ice doesn’t mix properly with the tea yet 🙂 ! My drink is the most basic bubble tea flavour… It’s the equivalent symbolism as getting a Caramel Frappuccino from Starbucks, hahaha!!
If you can’t tell yet, I’ve been obsessed with CoCo and their Pearl Milk Tea.. I’ve been there about 3 times in the last month, which is a lot for me, haha.
I went back again with E and she got the January Special which was the Red Bean Matcha Milk Tea. It was only $3.80 for a Large size, thanks to the promo! My Pearl Milk Tea in Regular size is usually about $4 (without tax), so their tea of the month promo is pretty amazing!
I’ve also been getting my bubble teas with less sugar (50% sugar), and sometimes with less ice. Because I’ve been trying to cut back on sugar. Key word: trying 🙈.
PS: CoCo has a Vicinity membership point card, which is the same as Chatime – so you can use the same card to collect more points! So useful since I don’t want to carry different loyalty cards. At bubble tea places, they don’t usually prompt you if you have a membership card, so I usually ask or show them my card before tapping to receive my points.
Till next time, ♥