Why is it called Bubble Tea?
The first Bubble Tea drinks, originating in Taiwan, around 1983, were shaken to mix the flavors.
That created a frothy, foamy head with lots of “bubbles” in it!
Do all the drinks have tea in it?
Yes, about 10% of the drink is tea. However, you can have any drink
made without tea, or – with MORE tea.
What are the black ball things at the bottom?
TAPIOCA (called BOBA or PEARLS). They’re chewy like a soft gummy bear.
What are the JELLIES?
The flavored jellies are made from the coconut meat. They’re cooked,
diced up and flavored. They’re soft and slightly chewy like tapioca
but not as squishy.
Do you have to put tapioca or jelly in the drinks?
No. You can have any drink without any added texture.
Can you make it hot?
Yes. Try a Milk Tea or Flavored Tea! It’s a wonderful hot drink!
What other drinks do you make?
Tea (of course) and Coffee, hot and iced. Vietnamese Coffee
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