Everything Vegan at Kung Fu Tea

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Kung Fu Tea is a relatively unknown chain restaurant that is somehow at the same time quite popular. They sell many yummy fruit-teas and slushies as well as Boba teas.

Unfortunately they don’t have a vegan “milk” alternative that’s vegan, so we don’t have access to the full line of their drinks. But they do have quite a few vegan options, so you shouldn’t be disappointed if you visit them, as many of their vegan drinks are quite tasty.

Hopefully one day they add vegan milk/creamer to their menu so we can enjoy their milk teas sometime, but until then we’re pretty much stuck with regular teas and fruit-slush teas, but personally I think fruit-slush teas are delicious so I don’t mind all too much.

Vegan Drinks at Kung Fu Tea:

  • All Kung Fu Tea Punch Series Drinks (expcect for the honey one)
  • All Kung Fu Tea Classic Series Drinks (except for the honey one)
  • Passion Fruit Slush
  • Pineapple Slush
  • Mango Slush
  • Mung Bean Slush
  • Red Bean Slush
  • Carribean Breeze (Seasonal)
Make sure to get some toppings (see below) with it, I’d highly recommend a jelly, especially the mango jelly!

Vegan Toppings at Kung Fu Tea:

  • Nata Jelly
  • Mango Jelly
  • Red Bean
  • Mung Bean
  • Herbal Jelly
  • Fig Jelly
  • Popping Bubble (Boba)
  • Oreo
And with the toppings listed out, that’s all that’s vegan from Kung Fu Tea right now. The Boba’s apparently are coated in a substance that contains honey now, so if you want to be true to your vegan-ness give the Bobas a miss and Opt for that tasty Mango Jelly that I recommend big-time. It’s tastier and 100% Vegan.

But they don't use real milk for their teas, so aren't they vegan?

NO.

Kung Fu Tea accidentally labeled some of their Milk-teas as Vegan in the past, and it’s true that they don’t use real milk in their teas, however they use a creamer and powdered milk that both have dairy ingredients in them.

I believe they have corrected this, but don’t trust the menu if it says milk-teas are vegan. Confirm they have a vegan alternative to the creamer and milk powder they use before trusting their menus, due to the mislabeling that occurred a few years ago.