Bubble tea, also known as boba tea or milk tea, is a sweet treat everyone can enjoy. A combination of tea, milk, sugar and tapioca pearls creates a taste and texture explosion. Of course, tapioca pearls aren’t for everyone, and that’s okay! You might like fruit jelly or popping boba, or no textures at all. Tea flavors can include a spectrum from bright fruit tea to mellow milk tea. Some classics include strawberry milk, taro milk, and Thai milk. This Taiwanese classic has many variations, and you can find your favorite combination at one of these Atlanta bubble tea shops.

Sweet Hut Bakery

If you like classic tea and coffee beverages, the milk tea menu at Sweet Hut Bakery is your cup of—well—tea! Mainstay cafe drinks like peppermint tea, jasmine green tea, and coffee are on the menu. Their chocolate milk tea is a delicious boba mocha. The Sweet Hut Milk Tea is their house blend which includes a blend of Assam and Earl Grey teas. Pearl options include boba, coffee jelly, lychee jelly, grass jelly, and rainbow jelly. Their beverages are customizable from there, allowing you to choose sweetness levels, the amount of ice, and a regular or large size. Pair your bubble tea with one of their delicious pastries if you really have a sweet tooth!



Honey Bubble Tea

Located east of Ponce City Market on Ponce de Leon Ave NE, Honey Bubble Tea serves up milk tea and clear bubble tea. As you might guess from their name, all drinks are lightly sweetened with honey. Start your order by selecting a size medium or large, and a black or green tea base. If you’re going the milk tea route, choose from Lactaid milk, soy milk, coconut milk or almond milk. After you pick tapioca pearls or coffee or aloe vera jelly, it’s time to choose your flavor!  The clear bubble tea end of the menu is a long list of fruit tea flavors, including passion fruit, green apple and Georgia peach. You can even combine two flavors of tea with boba if you’re feeling adventurous.

Kung Fu Tea

Kung Fu Tea brings tea from the mountains of Taiwan all the way to Downtown Atlanta. Their bubbles and tea are made fresh every few hours, and they aim to make their tea houses a fun place to be.  Tea slush and milk cap are just 2 of their 10 beverage types, and you can choose from 10 toppings like red bean and herbal jelly along with the classics. Coconut milk is available for non-dairy bubble tea drinks. If you need inspiration, pick one of their best sellers or ask their friendly staff for a recommendation. Before you go, watch their video to learn how to order your Kung Fu Tea.


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You really can’t go wrong with bubble tea. It makes a great morning beverage, afternoon pick-me-up, or dessert. Give all of these Atlanta bubble tea spots a shot and decide which one is your favorite.

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