Crescent Heights Village is thrilled to be working with International Avenue BRZ and Chinatown BIA to present the first-ever YYC Bubble Tea and Frozen Treat Festival in support of Act2EndRacism. Sponsored by Savour Calgary Magazine, #YYCBBT2021 invites Calgarians to sample the city’s best bubble tea and frozen treats while supporting a great cause aimed at ending anti-Asian hate in the wake of COVID-19. 

Your Crescent Heights Village folks are making a strong showing in this inaugural festival with some great summer sips and sweet treats. 

Koi Fresh Fruits and Tea has got three gorgeous teas on feature with Watermelon GreenTea, Mango Pomelo, Strawberry GreenTea in the spotlight.

Bambu has created to mango-driven drinks with their Mangonada, featuring mango, chamoy, tajin, tamarind and  ice and a gorgeous Blood Orange Mango Sparkling Slush with blood orange San Pellegrino, mango and ice.

Truedan is bringing the boba with their Thai Tea and Grass Jelly drink.

In the Sweet Treats category, Aleppo Shawarma and Donair have their delightful Arabic ice cream entered (try the mastic and pistachio!) 

Don’t miss Vivaan’s Yummies sweet, chewy, delicious mango kulfi!

Vote for your favourites by rating the entries here. A panel of celebrity judges will choose the winner from five finalists at the Festival’s conclusion on August 28. 

While you’re testing teas in the Village, why not stop by some of our other great shops, cafes and restaurants? Watch our Instagram for special offers during the festival! 

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