Also, not only are they very healthy, but green tea also helps dissolve fat calories!
So come and try one of our delicious boba drinks today and see what the buzz is all about!The term “Boba,” as it is roughly pronounced in Mandarin, is children’s slang for nipple!They’re big, soft, and chewy tapioca balls that sit at the bottom of your boba drink.
You suck up the gelatinous balls through a huge straw and chew on them while you drink. It’s both a refreshing beverage and healthy snack in one! It’s quite an interesting experience that you’ll love once you try.
Bubble tea is one of many popular names for this beverage, but it’s also called milk tea, pearl tea, tapioca tea, boba tea, boba nai cha, foam milk tea, momi milk tea, Q (which means chewy in Chinese), and many others.
In case you haven’t heard, there is a big drink craze going on right now. It’s called Boba Tea, Bubble Tea, also known as “tapioca” or “pearls”, Tapioca Pearl, boba originated in Taiwan and are made of the starch derived from cassava root. Boba (Tapioca) milk tea has been very popular in Asian communities for a few years already. When prepared perfectly, boba is sweet, soft, chewy, and translucent with a gummy bear-like texture, it’s fun to eat.