Tiger Sugar Ice Cream Bars With Real Brown Sugar Pearls To Be Sold In S’pore From 7 Feb 2020

Everybody knows Tiger Sugar.

Tiger Sugar Brown Sugar Boba Milk With Cream mousse
A Tiger Sugar Brown Sugar Boba Milk With Cream mousse at S’pore First Tiger Sugar Outlet

After all, when they first came to Singapore, people went crazy.

Well, guess what? People are about to get even crazier.

Tiger Sugar Ice Cream Bars

Back in Nov 2019, Singaporeans came to know that Tiger Sugar, the beloved brand from Taiwan, has launched their own ice cream bars.

Sadly, they’re only available at 7-Eleven outlets in Taiwan.

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According to 8days, the ice cream bars were sold out almost immediately after their release in Taiwan 7-Eleven outlets back in Nov 2019.

If you’re one of those who cried, you can now stop crying.

Coming To Singapore Soon

Because lo and behold, these delicious-looking sticks of Tiger Sugar ice cream bars…

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are going to be available in Singapore soon.

How soon?

In four more days, according to MustShareNews.

How Does It Taste?

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The folks who were lucky enough to try the ice cream bar had this to say:

The ice cream bar looks like a cup of Tiger Sugar’s brown sugar boba milk. And it tastes equally “yummy”.

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The pearls embedded within the bar is the “real deal”.

With almost every bite, you get a mochi pearl and it tastes similar to their signature big, bouncy brown sugar tapioca pearls.

It’s definitely better than Xiao Mei’s ice cream bar.

In other words, you’re in for a world of a treat.

Available At All Tiger Sugar Outlets

These ice cream bars will be available at all Tiger Sugar outlets, including their newly opened dessert shop, Tiger Sugar Dessert.


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And don’t blame us if you never managed to get your hands on it because, well, we all know how fast things sell out in Singapore.

Their dessert outlet also carries a range of desserts around six central themes:


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  • Mango
  • Taro
  • Adzuki Bean
  • Mung Bean
  • Purple Rice
  • Barley

They have both hot and cold desserts available for customers to enjoy.

If you can’t get your hands on an ice cream bar, these will probably leave you satisfied as well.

After all, they’ve not disappointed us so far, have they?

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