Category: About Bubble Tea

The rise of the bubble tea market in Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR: It’s almost noon, a long line was forming in front of a store in the SS15 business district, Subang Jaya.The outlet has not yet closed its shutters, but it hasn’t bothered people. They knew that if they persisted, the reward for their patience would come soon – in the form of a chilled milk drink sprinkled with black pearls. There are more than 15 bubble tea shops within walking distance from each other. Big Taiwanese brands like The Alley, Daboba, Chawanjia, The Black Whale, Xing Fu Tang, and…

The popularity and spread of tea bubbles around the world

  Tea Room TokyoBubble Tea has gained outsized popularity in the market since the 1980s. Bubble tea may be a Taiwanese recipe, it’s a gorgeous and unique beverage. Bubble tea may be a perfect blend of tea, flavors, fruits, and milk but something that creates it so unique is it’s signature “bubbles”. One can find the round tapioca pearls at the rock bottom of the drink. Tapioca pearls are the bottom balls prepared by boiling and cooking the cassava roots, but it’s not the tapioca pearls that name it bubble…

Everything you need to know about a Bubble Tea

People have hooked into Bubble Tea that features a base made up of tea, fruit, coffee or milk and chewy “pearls” at rock bottom of the cup.Bubble tea is often found nationwide, from mall food courts to the drink menus of high-end restaurants But its origins are in Taiwan. And while the drink is wildly popular, bubble tea — or boba tea because it is additionally frequently called — remains a touch of a mystery.So why the name bubble tea?The drink has several monikers, including pearl milk tea and tapioca…