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Benjamin Bennett
Benjamin Bennett

It's Coming Bubble (Original Mix)

While the brown sugar in black boba gives a hint of extra sweetness, clear boba is straight starch from the cassava root. Clear boba is relatively tasteless on its own, which is why it's used in most milk-based bubble teas. The tapioca pearls are able to absorb the milk and flavor of the tea, thus becoming one with the flavor of your tea. Therefore, if you order a chai bubble tea, the black or clear boba pearls will taste like chai too.

It's Coming Bubble (Original Mix)

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Another great tip is to think about how to split the activity between selling bubble teas and a compatible food sidekick, e.g. Poke bowls, sushi, cupcakes, sandwiches. Bear in mind that the peak sale of bubble teas is tied to specific times of day, so it's good to have a secondary activity on the side that stays more or less consistent throughout.

In order to keep consumers excited about your brand, you should regularly propose special deals and seasonal recipes (like the MYO Granita which we've just launched and expect to be a big hit this summer). Although bubble tea is a great domain for invention and variety, it's also important to stay true to the original recipes. No matter what innovative colourful fruit jelly cocktail variations you might come up with, never abandon the Taro, Matcha or Original classic favourites that add credibility and authenticity to your menu and establishment.

Boba tea, also known as pearl milk tea or bubble tea, is a refreshing drink made with black or green tea, milk, and tapioca pearls. The balls or pearls are what give the drink its name, as they are meant to be sucked on like bubbles. Boba tea has become increasingly popular in the United States in recent years and can be found at most coffee shops and Asian restaurants. Let's take a closer look at the history of boba tea and find out why it's such a popular beverage.

"So if you're in an older elementary school, the bathroom is going to be down the hall. You've got to take your children out, line them up and then they wait," Farran says. "And then, if you have to use the cafeteria, it's the same thing. You have to walk through the halls, you know: 'Don't touch your neighbor, don't touch the wall, put a bubble in your mouth because you have to be quiet.' "

Soda pop isn't just a sweet drink; it's also bubbling with chemistry. When you crack open a can or open a bottle, not only do you hear a fizzing sound but you also see bubbles rising and popping. The fizzing sound is actually the chemical process at work! 041b061a72

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