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has made a name for housing bubble tea shops, so when Biju opened 4 weeks ago we set out to find out made them stand out from the crowd! We tucked into a variety of different flavours and were excited to find out that Biju not only uses fresh organic milk and dairy alternatives (soya + almond milk) but they also offer the option of coconut water. A firm favourite in our books.

The Lychee coconut water is the one – did someone say ‘Sun, Sea and the Bahamas’? Yesssss Please! There are 20 different drinks on the menu to choose from featuring Tapioca balls, which can be mixed with milk or fruit teas. If you’re experimental like us, give the tiny jelly cubes a go too. Certainly beats a mass-produce tea from a big chain…

Bubble teas start from £2.95
45 Old Compton Street, London, W1D 6HQ, UK