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A: Boba is a tapioca ball, is made from the starch of cassava, a root crop grown mainly in Africa and South Asia.; it is very chewy and it tastes like a brown sugar gummy bear. It s fun to chew on with your drink; it is also the reason why Bubble Tea is famous.
Q: What is the difference between green tea and black tea?
A: They can be the same of kind of tea leaves. The only thing that makes them different is how the tea-leaf is processed. After plucking and undergoing partial withering, green tea is heated almost immediately at about 200 degrees Celsius to prevent fermentation. The tea is then rolled to give it shape before being heated again. In contrast, black tea is processed in a different order: it is withered then rolled before any heating takes place. The tea is then left to ferment for some time; at th
Q: What is Jelly?
A: Jelly is a clear or translucent fruit spread/preserve in bite sized pieces.
Q: What is Popping Boba?
A: It s Boba with juice that pops inside your mouth. It s an invigorating and fun experience.
Q: What is Pudding twists?
A: Pudding twists are more of a gelatinous form of flavored pudding. It is drinkable, have a taste and texture similar to jello Pudding.
Q: Are all drinks caffeinated?
A: No, the drinks we have without caffeine are slush coolers, snow bubble smoothies, Taro milk tea and some of the Flavored Drinks.
Q: What is the difference between smoothies and slush coolers?
A: Smoothies have non-dairy creamer added to them. They have a smooth creamy flavor and are thicker. However, slushes have a stronger fruit flavor.
Q: What is brown tea egg?
A: Brown Tea eggs are eggs boiled in spiced black tea.
Q: What is Taro?
A: Taro is native to Southern India and Southeast Asia. It is a tropical plant primarily grown as a root vegetable for its edible starchy core. The Taro we have in our store is like a purple sweet potato.
Q: What is Lychee?
A: It is a tropical and subtropical fruit and is especially popular throughout China and Southeast Asia. The fresh fruit has a "delicate, whitish pulp" with a floral smell and a fragrant, sweet flavor.
Q: This is my first time here, what drinks do you have? What drinks do you recommend?
A: We have blended drinks, iced drinks and hot drinks. Which one would you like to try today? Texture wise, we have creamy drinks or fruity drinks. Which one do you prefer? Flavor wise, we have fruits flavor teas (flavors are listed above on the menu) and coffee, vanilla, chocolate and caramel drinks. Please feel free to pick one (or more) of our twists to add to your drinking experience.