A Popular Chain Is Giving Away Free Bubble Tea Over The Weekend

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Everyone knows that Toronto is brimming with amazing bubble tea shops. From classic flavours to more inventive concoctions, whatever you want, the city has got it!

And this weekend, a popular chain is opening another bubble tea shop in the city.

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Hey Sugar, a popular bubble tea chain from China, is opening its first Scarborough location on November 1, 2019.

The chain, which has over 1,000 locations in China and one near Yonge and Finch in Toronto, is focused on bringing healthier, more natural bubble tea to its drinkers. It’s also the first bubble tea shop to put purple rice in its drinks!

Visitors can expect a super Instagrammable spot, with cute transparent bubble-shaped swing chairs and wall ornaments, themed around, you guessed it, bubbles!

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To celebrate the grand opening of the Scarborough location, Hey Sugar will be giving its first 100 customers free bubble tea from November 1 to 3.

The first 100 customers will be able to choose from options like the House Special Milk Tea with Golden Tapioca, House Special Jasmine Green Milk Tea with Golden Tapioca, Golden Tapioca &Taro Ball Milk Tea or Signature Taro Ball Milk Tea.

To make your visit a little sweeter, those who visit the shop and make a purchase between November 1 to 3 will receive a free drink coupon for their next visit.

In addition, the tea shop will be introducing a its “Yoghurt Series,” a new line of drinks that satisfies health and boba cravings, and you could be among the first to try it!

Visit the shop at 3278 Midland Ave, D116 in Scarborough.

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