Metrocentre is excited to announce Bubble CiTea store will be opening on Saturday 5 June in lower red mall.

Bubble CiTea
is a locally renowned brand which proudly serves fresh and unique flavours of Fruit Tea, Milk Tea, and Crushed Ice drinks, whilst keeping the traditional values of Taiwanese Bubble Tea culture.

To celebrate its grand opening in Metrocentre’s lower red mall, Bubble CiTea is inviting customers to its ‘SPIN TO WIN’ event on Saturday 5 June at 10am for a chance to win ‘Buy 1 Get 1 FREE’ vouchers on their next order and to enjoy some freshly brewed Bubble CiTea.

The bubble tea is freshly prepared by hand and can be customised according to preference. This includes the choice of tea base, flavour, sugar level and toppings which include tapioca and ‘popping bubbles’. Vegan-friendly options are also available.

Customers can mix and match flavours of Fruit Teas and Milk Teas, coupled with the array of toppings available. Bubble CiTea prides itself on providing a unique customer experience like no other with its special recipes and seasonal menus launched every season.

Bubble CiTea’s signature drink is a classic Dirty Milk Tea. The cup is lined with a coating of brown sugar with traditional tapioca pearls, signature blend of black tea, topped with fresh milk. Customers can also purchase a fruit tea kit from the Bubble CiTea website and make their own bubble tea at home.

Suneet Sachdeva, CEO and Founder of Bubble CiTea said: “Myself and the team at Bubble CiTea are excited to bring our Bubble Tea drinks to the wonderful region of the North East with our 16th launch! Customers can keep updated on our social media channels for details of our grand opening event, giveaways and specials deals for our drinks.”

Ben Cox of Sovereign Centros, senior asset manager for Metrocentre said: “Bubble CiTea is an exciting new addition to Metrocentre’s lower red mall. The option to customise Bubble CiTea’s fresh and inspired seasonal bubbles teas brings customers a fun new experience to enjoy with the whole family when they visit Metrocentre for a day out.”