Bubble Tea Club Review (2020): Compare cost and flavours
Bubble Tea Club Review

Bubble Tea Club Review

Your favourite bubble tea flavours delivered to you at the fraction of the price vs in store. But is it worth the effort to make?

Do you love bubble tea but hate driving out to get it? Your alternative is paying a hefty delivery fee…until now.

Who is Bubble Tea Club?

Bubble Tea Club  is an Australian owned do-it-yourself bubble tea kit provider. They offer 10+ types of tea flavours and over 10 types of toppings that you can get delivered to your door step.

This includes crowd favourites like Brown Sugar Milk Tea as well as Rainbow Jelly toppings, but more on that in a second.

A 30 second review of Bubble Tea Club

Pros

  • Lots of flavours
  • Cheaper than buying boba from a shop
  • Taste great

Cons

  • Prep time
  • Australia only

How it works

It’s pretty simple process to get the tea you want. When you arrive to the homepage of Bubble Tea Club you can immediately buy a milk tea 10 pack and decide on your toppings.

Don’t worry though, there’s more flavours. Simply hit shop on the menu and you’re on your way  to your own boba choice.

Steps to buy bubble tea on Bubble Tea Club

  1. Choose your type of tea (e.g. milk tea, brown sugar, fruit tea, or just toppings)
  2. Choose your pack (e.g. the amount you want)
  3. Choose your flavour (e.g. Mango, Lychee, Thai milk tea)
  4. Shop toppings to add any toppings you want (some packs don’t come with any toppings).

What tea flavours are available?

Bubble Tea Club has a pretty wide selection of tea types, flavours and toppings.

Tea types and flavours

Tea type Flavours
Milk tea Original, Taro, Thai, Honeydew, Chocolate, Strawberry
Fruit tea (Green tea) Mango, Passionfruit. Lychee, Green Apple, Peach
Brown sugar milk tea Brown sugar

Toppings

  • Tapioca Pearl Balls
  • Taste The Rainbow
  • Lychee Popping Pearls
  • Holy Trinity
  • Strawberry Popping Pearls
  • Coconut Jelly- Lychee
  • Rainbow Jelly
  • Passionfruit Popping Pearls
  • Coconut Jelly- Original
  • Mango Popping pearls
  • Green Apple Popping Pearls
  • Blueberry Popping Pearls
  • Honey Aloe Vera

How much does it cost?

It really depends on how much tea you want. Packs on milk tea start from $19.95 for a 5 pack (5 x 500ml servings) and go up to $109.95 for a 40 pack. You can also get a ‘years supply for $800 if you love Boba that much.

Delivery fee

The standard delivery fee is $9.95. Orders over $79.95 will get you free delivery.

Flavours and pricing

Fruit tea is slightly cheaper than milk tea offerings and brown tea is the cheapest. Here’s the price breakdown:

Amount Milk tea Fruit tea Brown sugar
5 pack $19.95 $19.95 N/A
10 pack $34.95 $34.95 $24.95
20 pack $54.95 $49.95 N/A
40 pack $99.95 $89.95 N/A
20 pack (2 flavours) $64.95 $59.95 N/A
40 pack (2 flavours) $109.95 $89.95 N/A
Always stay loaded (a year’s supply) $800.00 $800.00 N/A

Loyalty program discount

You can get 5% off as well if you sign up for the newsletter.

Is it worth it?

From a cost perspective, it works out cheaper per bubble tea vs buying in store.

Savings

If the cost of a bubble tea out is $6, here’s how much more you’ll spend vs getting it through Bubble Tea Club.

We’ve included shipping as well where applicable.

Amount (Milk Tea) Cost (Bubble Tea Club) Cost (in store) How much you can save?
5 pack $19.95 +$9.95 $30 $0.05
10 pack $34.95 $60 $15.05
20 pack $54.95 $120 $55.05
40 pack $99.95 $240 $140.05
20 pack (2 flavours) $64.95 $120 $45.05
40 pack (2 flavours) $109.95 $240 $130.05

The cost savings are obvious. The only question is – can you really be f*cked making it?

Is it easy to make?

Time

According to the Bubble Tea Club Website recipe page it will take roughly 20 minutes to make bubble milk tea.

  • Pearls = 20 minutes
  • Milk tea = 5-10 minutes (can be done while you wait).

When we made it it took just under 20 because we boiled water using a kettle and then threw it into a pot.

Effort

Most of the recipes there are 3 components.

  1. The toppings using a pot
  2. The tea using a pot or kettle
  3. Assembling it together.

Bottom line

You’ll save money. But you’ll need a spare 20 minutes.

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