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Introducing The World’s First Florist Bubble Tea Shop


Bubble tea shops are a dime a dozen nowadays, and hardly anyone bats an eye whenever a new bubble tea establishment opens its doors.

If you’re thinking of opening one of your own, you’ve seriously got to consider a unique selling point to make you stand out, whether it’s Instagrammable aesthetics, special teas, or different preparation methods. It’s a lucrative industry and everyone wants a slice of the pie.

In New South Wales, however, there’s a bubble tea shop that is slowly making the waves on Instagram and on the streets, operating in quite frankly a revolutionary way.

Bubble Nini is a bubble tea shop by day, and a florist by, well, in the day too.  Perhaps it’s not enough that there is floral-flavoured bubble tea (a norm now), so Bubble Nini has decided to be a two-in-one retail concept that sells beautiful flowers and bubble tea.

In all seriousness, Bubble Nini is a place you smell before you see. You’ll get a whiff of the tapioca pearls that are freshly made daily just before the air is intermixed with the waft of fresh flowers emanating from the store.

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*GIVEAWAY ALERT* – It’s been quite some time since we hosted our last giveaway, but Bubble Nini is proud and excited to announce that we are giving away 10 drinks at our Waterloo location and another 5 at our Darling Square location! We will also randomly pick 3 winners to receive a Milk Tea on us for tagging your friends in this post (one tag equals one entry) – what are you waiting for? – To win, all you have to do is post pictures of your drink at the respective store you wish to claim your prize from, tag @bubbleninitea in the photo and use the hashtags #bubbleninitea and #bubbleniniteawaterloo or #bubbleniniteadarlingsquare by the end of Sunday on the 27th of October for your chance to win (we will be selecting our favourite photos)! – Entries for all giveaways close at 11:59pm on the 27th of October. Winners will be contacted via Instagram. – Also special thank-you to @fionafeeds for taking picture of our “So Matcha Love”, we hope your experience was as good as your photo! ✒️ @themilkteaman

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Often hailed as the prettiest bubble tea in Sydney, this quaint bubble tea floral shop has gotten quite a bit of hype for its beauty and range of teas.

Owner Lara Hung has curated a list of teas with her mission in mind to make bubble tea fresher and healthier for everyone. The teas are brewed in-house without any additional chemicals.

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Pictured from left to right we have the "Honey I'm Home", "So Matcha Love" and the "Strawberry Kisses" – thanks to @anastasiapratikno for sending this photo in! – Did you know that Matcha powder is derived from specially farmed and processed Green Tea leaves from Japan – the leaves are shaded during growth which leads to an increase in the levels of Caffeine and Theanine (this makes Matcha extra savoury compared to normal Green Tea/Green Tea Powder) and have their stems and veins removed before being ground to make for an exquisite, unique flavour! Our Matcha is a blend of High Grade powders imported directly from Japan which gives it a strong, bitter flavour and exquisite complexity! – In other news, be on the lookout for a traditional Matcha tasting experience, coming to you soon at our Waterloo location (along with the full brunch menu)! ✒️ @themilkteaman

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From signatures like Those Were The Days, that features melted brown sugar with full cream milk and topped with herbal jelly to Sun Moon Lake Black Tea which is sourced from the Sun Moon Lake region in Taiwan, and cute names like A Taro-ly Bad Name and It Takes Two To Mango, Bubble Nini’s curated list of bubble teas are well-loved by the Australians.

If you’re used to choosing your sugar level, that option is not available here and you just have to choose from the menu. Place the trust in the hands of the capable brewers of Bubble Nini, and you’ll come away with a beautiful looking and tasty cup of bubble tea.

The next time you’re in New South Wales, consider dropping by, if not for the bubble teas, a bouquet of flowers for your loved ones.

8 Central Park Ave, Chippendale NSW 2008, Australia

Opening Hours
12PM – 10:30PM



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