Best Bubble Tea Spots in Montreal

Top 5 bubble tea shop 

Best Places To Enjoy Bubble Tea In Montreal

Top 5 bubble tea shop

Bubble tea is one of those drinks that you can’t seem to not hear or see whether in person or on social media. It was originally created in Taiwan and has grown immensely in popularity over the years spreading around the globe.

Evidently, bubble tea is made with, well, tea and but many places offer a large variety of different flavours the bottom is filled with a tapioca ball surprise which has a chewy texture providing a refreshing and unique experience with every cup.

Naturally more and more bubble tea sports have been opening up in Montreal but with so many to chose it’s difficult to really narrow down the best, so keep these locations in mind when you’ve got a hankering for some bubble tea.

Here is a list of Montreal’s best bubble tea shops:

1. Presotea

Presotea is a Taiwanese franchise teahouse that has expanded into Canada with locations in Quebec, British Columbia, Alberta and Ontario. In Montreal, they have 4 different locations making it relatively easy to find one near you. The location on St-Catherine near Concordia is especially popular with good reason.  Presotea and relies on the freshness and healthiness of their products which, provides freshly made bubble teas, fruit teas and slushes to all their customers.


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2. CoCo Fresh Tea & Juice 

CoCo, located on Saint-Catherine West, is relatively new to the bubble tea scene in the city but is making a name for itself in the industry. They do things big and sweet, so it is a perfect place for those with a sweet tooth. Their bubble teas are incredibly flavorful with many options of toppings and flavours that there is something for everyone. 


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3. The Alley

Located right next to Concordia University, The Alley is a go-to spot for students looking for quick and high-quality bubble tea. The Alley sets itself apart by making its own tea in-house using homemade sugar cane syrup, its own brand of tapioca and the flexibility of serving drinks hot or cold making it a year-round bubble tea staple.


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4. Shuyi Tealicious

Started in Chengdu, Sichuan, in 2007, they expanded to Canada in 2020 and have not looked back. With 4 locations in Montreal, Shuyi was an instant classic. They have tons of options which can be intimidating for some. Still, they offer the classics to get yourself acquainted if you’ve never had before. Shuyi also has delicious fruit teas, which provide a more authentic and less artificial taste than their competitors.

5. Maison O Thé

Maison O Thé located on Saint Laurent, specializes in their actual tea quality rather than looking flashy loaded with special flavouring. Instead, they rely on simply being the best while providing high-quality tea. This also applies to the tapioca pearls offering a sweet tasty flavour with a fun texture that’s not overly rubbery.

Whether you’re a bubble tea expert or are just looking to try it out for yourself, you have it on good authority that these spots will not let you down!

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Please note that this article is based on our personal research & preferences.

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