Brown Sugar Boba Ice Cream Cones & Mochi Sold At FamilyMart Taiwan

There’s nothing quite like the comforting texture of chewy, caramelly brown sugar pearls. Now, pair that with the cool creaminess of milk ice cream, and you’ve basically described heaven in a crunchy cone.

Thankfully for us, Brown Sugar Boba Cones are now a thing in all FamilyMart outlets in Taiwan.


If you have room to spare for dessert, TRUEDAN’s Brown Sugar Boba Mochi looks equally delectable. Here’s how to score a few to try in Taiwan.

Brown sugar boba cones crowned with chewy pearls

Just like Lipton’s milk tea bars and Tiger Sugar’s boba popsicles, these brown sugar boba cones come filled with a milk-based ice cream.


For just S$2.64 (NT$59), you’ll get to unwrap a fully loaded dessert cone to reveal this — a crunchy dark chocolate outer-casing, crushed flakes and ample amounts of syrupy boba.


We think it looks like a magnificent crown for any cone. But now, let’s take a closer look at TRUEDAN’s other release as well.

Brown sugar mochi with an oozy caramel centre

Don’t forget to look for Brown Sugar Boba Mochi on the shelves too, retailing for just S$2.01 (NT$45).


Expect a rich milk cream filling, and an oozy brown sugar caramel centre wrapped within a sticky soft mochi layer.


Selling out fast in all FamilyMart outlets in Taiwan

The desserts have gotten such rave reviews that fans have reportedly rushed to their nearest FamilyMart outlets in Taiwan, only to find that they’ve run out of stock.


We’ve embedded the map of a central outlet in a cluster of units in Taipei’s city centre.

If you do plan on heading down, every outlet is open 24/7 and you can locate the nearest one along your itinerary’s route with a quick search on Google Maps.

FamilyMart (Chun Bei 春北店)

Address: No. 410號, Changchun Rd, Zhongshan District, Taipei City, Taiwan 10491
Opening Hours: 24/7
Contact: Instagram, Website

Currently, these boba ice cream cones & mochi are only available in Taiwan.

We’ve reached out to sellers of the viral brown sugar boba ice cream in Singapore to see if they’ll be importing this to our shores.


Best to bookmark this for your next Taiwan trip, so you can make the ultimate bubble tea pilgrimage. And if you chance upon a 7-Eleven outlet on your travels, head in to pit Tiger Sugar’s boba ice cream against this cone.

We’d love to hear which boba ice cream you think looks better in the comments below.

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Featured image adapted from Instagram.