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Taiwanese bubble tea chain Tiger Sugar is opening a brick-and-mortar at 840 Ernest W Barrett Pkwy NW in Kenesaw’s Cobb Place Shopping Center.
With locations in New York, California, Las Vegas, Dallas, and Houston, this will be Tiger Sugar’s second site in the state of Georgia. A building permit for the future Tiger Sugar was filed on January 13, and construction will be carried out by Boaz Construction in Duluth.
“What Tiger Sugar wants to convey to the world is Taiwan’s strong human touch and endless creative aesthetics of leisure desserts,” the company writes on their website.
Founder Ming Tsung Tang combined brown sugar syrup with milk and tapioca pearls while working at his dessert shop in Taiwan, creating the company’s famous Black Sugar Boba Milk, Eater previously reported. The brown sugar added to the company’s drinks resemble tiger stripes, giving Tiget Sugar its namesake.
Since its conception in 2017, Tiger Sugar has opened 40 locations worldwide. CEO Calvin Sun and other company representatives could not be reached for comment.