Sure Starbucks does a double-shot-macchiato-what-do-you-call-it, but do they have popping bubbles? Here’s where to find the juiciest and most refreshing ice-cold beverages from independents and franchises across Bristol.
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Looking for something else? Here’s where to the best ice-cream in Bristol!
Fruit Ice Blend from Jo’s Tea
Or fresh fruit tea, milk tea, flower tea, black sugar, Unicorn Sparkling Tea and basically everything on the menu.
Chocolate Milk from Zaras Chocolate
Served over ice, choose from hazelnut, classic, salted caramel or dark – need I say more? Have you checked out Zara’s Chocolates Saturday Sundae’s?
Unicorn Fizz from Bird and Blend Tea Co.
Despite a summer tea collection to die for, Park Street’s Bird and Blend serve an array of takeaway iced goods from the store. Catch a piece of magic as the Unicorn Fizz turns from blue to purple right before your eyes.
Fresh Fruit Tea from Cupp
Fancy something refreshing? Head to Wapping Wharf for loose leaf tea shaken with fresh fruit puree and popping bubbles. Get fruity with lemon, grapefruit, mango and more.
Utopian Mermaid from Bubbleology
How does coconut jasmine-infused milk tea with strawberry boba, swirled with housemade secret recipe strawberry whipped cream and topped with crunchy golden honeycomb nuggets, sparkling gold dust and an iced shortcake ring biscuit sound? Grab it at the Clifton store.
Repeat after me: rum is the power, rum is the key, rum is the thing that will set us free! And I’ll take mine with a spoonful of sugar, a sprig of mint and a splash of soda! Broadmead’s Mojito Bar is bringing delicious cocktails and live music to their stylised Riviera in the heart of the city centre.