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INFOGRAPHIC: 10 Things You Should Know About Bubble Tea

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Bubble tea, better known to us as "boba," has become as ubiquitous 'round these parts as the Mocha Frappuccino. 

On hot summer days, nothing sounds better than an icy beverage filled with slimy, chewy tapioca balls to be inhaled through a massive straw. 

As a tribute to this beloved wonderdrink, we put together a fun infographic with the help of artist Mark Peterson

Slurp up!


Click to enlarge!

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Rosie
Rosie

I had heard they're called bubble tea because the take-out cups are served with dome-shaped (i.e., bubble) lids. The beverage should already be shaken before it's served, but you shake it again after you get you beverage to distribute the tapioca balls. There is no foam.

Danielle
Danielle

Bubble tea is guaranteed not to be as good if served in a cup with a dome-lid. You would be hard pressed to find any bubble tea served that way in Taiwan. It should be sealed with a plastic-seran lid that is broken by slamming the straw through it. Half the fun of drinking 珍珠奶茶!

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