In search of some odd bottled import tea

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Dec 26th, '07, 15:56
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In search of some odd bottled import tea

by KrazzyJoe » Dec 26th, '07, 15:56

I really am clueless when it comes to bubble tea but it sounds like this might be what I'm looking for

I had a lovely import drink iced green tea at some cafe. It was one of those silly drinks served with a huge fisher price straw. It was contained plastic cup and covered with a plastic film and flavored with mint and honey.

I'm just looking for this sort of thing on the web for order.

Thanks kindly.

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Jan 2nd, '08, 14:08
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by yukondoit » Jan 2nd, '08, 14:08

You were drinking boba tea, or "bubble tea." Usually it's made on the spot -- the fat straw was so boba could fit through -- they are tapioca balls. Google "boba tea" or something. I'm not familiar with places that sell it by the bottle.

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by hop_goblin » Jan 2nd, '08, 15:08

YOu might want to venture through your local chinese food store. I have seen bubble tea in their drink section. They generally also have some good drinks that will certainly get your interest - green grass jelly drink, turtle shell drink, and my personal favorite, bird nest drink.

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