Tiger Sugar to Hold Grand Reopening, Following Collision That Destroyed Storefront, on Saturday, July 16 With Merch Giveaways

Just a couple weeks ago, on June 27th, a car was driven into Tiger Sugar– located at 12266E in Federal Plaza. The collision destroyed the bubble tea shop’s storefront, forcing the store to close until repairs are complete. We have just been informed that the store will hold a Grand Reopening, that will include merchandise giveaways, on Saturday, July 16th at noon. Additional information will soon be available via Tiger Sugar Rockville’s Instagram.

Work to schedule the repairs began almost immediately, but we have been told the driver’s insurance was only able to cover a small portion of the damages caused by the collision and that the rest had to go through the business’s insurance policy, which traditionally has a high deductible.

Tiger Sugar opened its first store in Taichung, Taiwan, back in 2017 and has grown into a cult brand of Boba worldwide. Per Tiger Sugar, “Our drinks not only taste good but tell our unique story with “tiger stripes” that are infused onto all our drinks with unique hand-poured syrups. They say imitation is the best form of flattery. Many companies have tried to replicate our drinks, but our tried and proven methods stand the test of time. We use a proprietary 8-hour method for cooking our syrups and tapioca pearls. This results in the perfect marriage of tea, milk, and syrup in every sip. Our brand is bold, and our unforgettable drink varieties are a testament to this.”

Tiger Sugar opened in Rockville back in August, taking over the location that was formerly home to Jamba Juice in Federal Plaza. Featured photo courtesy of Tiger Sugar

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