Rosario Berry

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How Milk Tea Can Help You Reduce Weight, Cure Stress, And Improve Your Skin

by Rosario Berry on Oct 22, 2019

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Have you ever heard that bubble tea, famously called tapioca tea and originated in Taiwan, has long been around since the 1980s? Bubble tea is more than a trend nowadays. There are many health benefits the milk tea can offer you. Milk tea can help reduce weight, cure stress, and improve the skin. In this article, we’ll talk about how milk tea has helped many people achieve a healthy lifestyle.   For those in places like Texas who have never tasted the best bubble tea in Dallas, Texas, now is the time to switch over to bubble tea as your afternoon beverage option. And that's because of the many health benefits of the milk tea on weight, stress, skin, and lots more.   What Is Milk Tea?   Milk tea refers to beverages prepared from across the world, which contains both milk and tea in specific ratios. The variety of the milk tea is based on how it is prepared, the amount of milk added, and lists of ingredients included. The best place to buy an excellent and ... Continue reading →

Bubble Tea Vs Boba Tea - Is There Any Difference?

by Rosario Berry on Oct 22, 2019

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We've seen many people who drink bubble tea in New York and other places in the world argue about this question. Is boba and bubble tea different? The answer is no; they are not. They both refer to the same thing, which is the drink. To support our response, we'll go more technical about this and sort out the meanings of these famous names.   For clarity purposes, we'll refer to bubble teas as exactly, bubble tea. People of all age and background gives popular titles or names to this delicious and savory drink.   Popular names of bubble tea   As the Taiwan-originated tea became increasingly famous among western cultures, including Asia and Europe, the drink starts to adopt several titles and names. These many names can become confusing to some people as to which are actually bubble tea.   Below are a few of the famous names that bubble tea lovers use to describe the drink.    Boba  Pearl Milk Tea  Bubble Tea  Milk Tea  Tapioca Tea  Pearl Tea ... Continue reading →

Bubble Tea Now Available In Boston

by Rosario Berry on Oct 22, 2019

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You've seen it and heard of it! But did you try the best bubble tea in Boston yet? Boston has two categories of people: people crazy about the latest Starbuck edition, and those crazy about the newest bubble tea flavor. We fall into the latter category. Feel free to call it an addiction.   But first, what's bubble tea? It is a tea-based Taiwanese drink with different flavors and a tapioca pearl. Bubble tea ranges from milk teas to fruity tea, expanding into smoothies, slushies, and juices. And what are the chewy balls? They are called the Tapioca pearls, an extract of starch found in cassava roots.   Bubble tea shops like Gong cha spice up their drink by switching from the tapioca Pearl into popping pearls or fruit jelly. These add-ons, once you pop them in your mouth, explode with your drink.   While bubble tea (also called tapioca tea, boba, etc.) may look seemingly different from your regular Starbuck green tea order, we bet it's amazingly delicious. ... Continue reading →

Best Chinese Buns To Pair With Bubble Tea

by Rosario Berry on Oct 22, 2019

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As a fan of bubble tea in Austin, Texas, do you enjoy sipping bubble tea during a hot summer afternoon? Or even a cold winter morning. Nothing feels pleasant than sipping boba in the cold. Do you also love to eat those Chinese baked foods? You know yummy treats like BBQ pork buns or the egg tart?   If you can relate to any of these, then you're lucky. We're going to discuss the sweet Chinese buns you can blend with bubble tea. There are tons of things to learn so grab your cup of boba, take a sip and read along.   Pineapple Bun   We're kick-starting this list with one of the famously known Hong Kong sweet bun, called the pineapple bun. Have you tried this Chinese bun before? If not, your foodie life is missing a lot. Generally, these Chinese buns are available at Chinese bakeries in the United States. Every bite comes with a yummy crusted topping and a fluffy middle. Just take these bites while enjoying a sip of your boba tea.   Sponge Cakes   ... Continue reading →

Top 10 Popular Bubble Tea Types In Texas

by Rosario Berry on Sep 18, 2019

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Obviously, Bubble tea is hugely popular in Texas! Typical bubble tea has four basic elements including the milk, freshly brewed tea, flavor (or sugar) and toppings. Without wasting much time, here are 10 Popular Bubble Tea Types In Texas. We definitely recommend the first two for that drinking bubble tea for the first time.   Classic Milk Bubble with tapioca pearl   Classic tea is the typical and the most popular bubble tea type. Black in color, classic milk tea is a sugar and milk powder mixture. Bubble tea lovers in Texas drink the classic milk tea with the tapioca topping.   1. Tapioca is gotten from the cassava root with its starch rolled, cooked, and sugar/syrup added as a flavor. Most Texans love the tapioca pearl texture and in fact, their chewy quality is used as a criterion for a good boba tea.   2. Fruit Iced Tea   This is the safest option for Texans who are new to bubble tea. You can make them with any type of Tea. Instead of milk, Fruit iced tea ... Continue reading →

Bubble Tea Adventure For First Timers in Chinatown A Beginner’s Guide

by Rosario Berry on Sep 18, 2019

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Bubble tea, Boba tea, Tapioca pearl- it goes by different names! We'll go on a trip into the world of Boba tea. This article is specifically for bubble tea beginners in Chinatown who would love to delve into the beautiful world of this beverage drink. Experienced guys will also have one or two things to catch on.   What's the situation of Bubble tea in Chinatown?   Bubble tea is strictly tea-based but you can also use as a meal or a dessert. Beyond that, it's a culture and a lifestyle in Chinatown. The delicious chewy beverage is commonly sipped from plastic cups. Bubble tea is served hot or cold and can be customized according to personal preference. A typical cup of Boba tea contains chewy balls known as tapioca. Tapioca is a gelatinous substance gotten from cassava root. And that's why bubble tea comes with a big fat straw so that your tapioca pearl doesn't stick up when sipping.   Your favorite Boba locations   While Boba shops started in ... Continue reading →

Bubble Tea lovers in Dallas? 6 Interesting things to know

by Rosario Berry on Sep 18, 2019

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Bubble tea popularity has reached the Dallas community. For instance, Sweet, creamy, and rich taro root blended with classic Boba tea for a colorful and yummy purple drink is incredibly popular all over Dallas in Texas. Back then, Bubble tea was just a Taiwanese based drink. Only tourists had the chance to enjoy the tea. As you know, bubble tea originated in Taiwan around 1980. Since then, its popularity has spread from Asia to the U.S and now Boba tea is ubiquitous. Now, let's go over to 6 interesting things we'll love bubble tea lovers in Dallas to know By their Tapioca we shall know them Fact is you can judge a bubble tea store by their Tapioca quality. Tapiocas are generally chewy but a good tapioca must be soft and chewable between 5 to 6 times before swallow. Your Tapioca is bad if it's hard and you have to chew up to 20 times before eligible for swallow. Again, if it breaks off after the 2nd or 3rd bite, then you're chewing an overcooked peark. Gong cha's ... Continue reading →

Bubble Tea in New York Have You Ordered One For Your Kids?

by Rosario Berry on Sep 18, 2019

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Do you wish your kids have a taste of the popular Bubble tea? Do you want to know what flavor is best for them? Let's get started. First, let's talk about the bubbles tea. Bubble Tea for kids- how does raw boba looks like? Bobas are hard before you cook them. You'll need to boil in water up to 5 minutes to soften them. After boiling, your boba will soften and turn black/shiny which can be added to bubble tea! Boba comes in different colors if you love color variation. . Boba Tea basically contains a creamy smoothie blended with boba. You have to sip a fat straw inside the plastic cup and suck up the bubble tea. That's definitely a fun not to miss! You can also mix the tapioca boba and fruit juice boba. Wish to serve your kids a special fruity juice? Where can the kids buy boba tea? There's a bubble tea store which started some years ago and got really popular faster. They basically sell bubble teas and some toppings variety. Fast forward to today, Gong Cha bubble ... Continue reading →

Has New York City Gone Bubble Tea Mad?

by Rosario Berry on Aug 1, 2019

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It's no doubt; New York loves bubble tea! The impressive rate of bubble tea consumption among New Yorkers has internationally influenced (affected) the way people drink other beverages.   It’s always good to try something different. Life is all about varieties and that's the whole idea of bubble tea.   Don't get us wrong: we are a good fan of a traditional cup of coffee, sipped on the lounge on a relaxing summer noon. But, the fact is someone in New York, thirsty for tea to liven up the day only looks up to a bubble tea.   Never tasted bubble tea in NYC? You may not be forgiven because it's far from a relatively new trend in the U.S.   Dating back to history   Boba tea started in Taiwan around 1980. Back then, it was only a modified version of the already famous iced tea with syrup flavorings. Thanks to a vendor who further added tapioca pearl to boost the overall look and texture of the drink.   Tapioca balls which are either white, ... Continue reading →

Global Bubble Tea Rise: What's Statistics Saying?

by Rosario Berry on Aug 1, 2019

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Predictably, Bubble tea global market will be worth over $4 million by 2023. Food associations and manufacturers have invested heavily to create new flavors of the tea.   The aim is to improve the bubble tea drinking experience. For example, Gong Cha, the best Bubble tea company in the New York City and the world recently introduced new flavors. According to a report from Allied Market Research, "in 2016, global bubble tea was valued at over $2 million. Black bubble tea took over 42% of the whole global bundle tea market".   A little dive into the history of bubble tea   Bubble tea is a beverage consumed worldwide. Its main ingredients are tea and chewy tapioca balls.   Rooted in Taiwan, bubble tea is preferably called names like bubble milk tea, boba juice, boba tea, tapioca pearl milk, and others. The boba tea industry is driven by its competitive price and the health benefits derived from the tea. Introduction of new flavors has expanded the bubble tea ... Continue reading →

Global Bubble Tea Rise: What's Statistics Saying?

by Rosario Berry on Aug 1, 2019

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Predictably, Bubble tea global market will be worth over $4 million by 2023. Food associations and manufacturers have invested heavily to create new flavors of the tea.   The aim is to improve the bubble tea drinking experience. For example, Gong Cha, the best Bubble tea company in the New York City and the world recently introduced new flavors. According to a report from Allied Market Research, "in 2016, global bubble tea was valued at over $2 million. Black bubble tea took over 42% of the whole global bundle tea market".   A little dive into the history of bubble tea   Bubble tea is a beverage consumed worldwide. Its main ingredients are tea and chewy tapioca balls.   Rooted in Taiwan, bubble tea is preferably called names like bubble milk tea, boba juice, boba tea, tapioca pearl milk, and others. The boba tea industry is driven by its competitive price and the health benefits derived from the tea. Introduction of new flavors has expanded the bubble tea ... Continue reading →

Bubble Tea Lovers In Manhattan These 5 Gong Cha Tea Combo Can Make Your Day

by Rosario Berry on Aug 1, 2019

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For every fun, classy gathering in Manhattan, there's is a boba tea! Not just any boba tea, though- it's bubble tea from Gong Cha. These days, college students in Manhattan filter different Gong Cha's tea hub. You can catch them sipping bubble tea while playing board games with pals.   Bubble tea, rooted in Taiwan, is increasingly popular among the Manhattan communities. From the popping boba toppings to the yummy slushes, if you haven't heard about bubble tea, then it's high time you vacate your cave.   Bubble tea lovers, do you visit Gong cha stores to order the same drink every time? They will surely serve you delicious drinks. However, you need a bit of a shakeup to your usual order to spice up your tea game. Check out these 5 fun combos to try during your next visit to Gong cha bubble tea store in Manhattan:   Bubble Waffle With Pearls And Ice Cream Toppings   For this refreshing combo, the color says it all. Bubble waffle with pearls and ... Continue reading →

6 Things Bubble Tea Lovers In Queens Need To Know

by Rosario Berry on Aug 1, 2019

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As Bubble Tea is hugely popular in queens and all over the U.S, we'll love to present 6 things bubble tea lovers in Queens must know.   You Can Judge A Bubble Tea Store By Its Tapioca Pearl   A good boba tea store can be identified by its tapioca pearls. Good tapioca pearl should be soft and chewed 5 to 6 times. If you have to chew the pearl up to 20 times then it's too chewy and hard. That's a total turn off. If it breaks off in your mouth after 2 to 3 bites, then you just chewed an overcooked pearl- A big turn off.   Gong Cha's bubble tea store in Queens makes sure their pearls are kept fresh every 2 hours. Checking the quality of a pearl is a good way to gauge whether or not the bubble tea store cares about the quality of their bubble tea.   There Are Now Different Kinds Of Boba Tea; Ice Tea, Milk Tea, Mousse Tea, Fruity Tea, And In Fact, Coconut Water Tea!   Boba tea has sporadically evolved over the last decades and has different ... Continue reading →

Surprising Health Benefits Of Tapioca Pearl

by Rosario Berry on Jul 2, 2019

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Ever walked into a bubble tea store and ordered a fresh milk tea with a crunchy tapioca ball? Fact is, tapioca is a highly health-beneficial ingredient of the bubble tea. So before you visit Google to throw in the search term, "bubble tea near me", why not first understand how the tapioca balls in bubble tea can increase your overall health.   But first, what's tapioca?   Tapioca is a starchy product extracted from the cassava plant. These days, they are commonly used in bubble tea stores as snacks and sweet candy. Historically, Tapioca is native to Northeastern Brazil. Before we dive into the health benefit of tapioca, you can check our other articles on the nutritional value of tapioca which makes it a really wonderful food to eat.   Tapioca Strengthens The Bones   Tapioca contains iron and calcium which is a good source of bone strength. They also help protect the bone from damages due to age.   Aid Digestion   Digestive health is usually ... Continue reading →

How To Identify A Good Boba Tea In New York

by Rosario Berry on Jul 2, 2019

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Anytime the taste bud of a New Yorker longs for something soft, sweet, slightly chewy and equally relaxing, obviously there's a particular drink that satisfies their craving at cheap price in stores: the delicious Bubble tea.   Originated in the 80s from Taichunh, Taiwan, Bubble tea, also called boba tea has emerged as a mainstream beverage snack in all corners of the world. It's a quick blend of milk and tea or fruits, with tapioca balls added.   But with different varieties available these days, what can be described as the best bubble tea in New York?   The fact is, the criteria for the best boba tea vary. Due to the variation in our preference, it’s safe to conclude that no recipe can score the 10/10 perfect rating. Apart from taste, many people also prioritize how the drink is presented. So let's take a look at what makes the best bubble tea in New York.   Two things should be greatly considered. Being fresh is number one. Cook your tea in a ... Continue reading →

6 Super Delicious Milk Tea Combos You Should Try In A Bubble Tea Store In Texas

by Rosario Berry on Jul 2, 2019

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If you've been enjoying the boba tea wave, by now you should have discovered your perfect bubble tea combo. You should have known your favorite milk tea flavor, your ideal sugar content, level of ice, favorite sinkers and other different add-ins.   As a typical bubble tea drinker in Texas, it's not a bad idea to go with what we are already used to- but switching to a different milk tea combo can be a fun experience. In fact, you can discover your new favorite bubble tea orders.   Planning to visit one of the best bubble tea stores in Texas and don't know what to add to your cup of bubble tea? On your next visit to the best bubble tea in Texas, here are great combos you can try:   Classic Milk Tea Mixed With Coffee Jelly And Ice Cream   Can you imagine the result when you combine milk tea with coffee jelly and ice cream? Well, the outcome is sweet milk tea. Remember, ice cream and coffee jelly are already sweet, so try to reduce the sugar content of your ... Continue reading →

4 Exceptional Personality Traits Of A Typical Fan Of Boba Tea

by Rosario Berry on Jul 2, 2019

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Boba tea is a sweet yummy drink that attracts the most attention in the world of beverage drinks. The popularity of bubble tea store has recently branched out from across the United States and all over the world.   However, after decades of experience and meetings with other boba tea lovers, we observed some personality traits found in most lovers of bubble tea. Of course, we also possess these traits too. Read on to find out:   Bubble Tea Lovers Are Fun And Won't Take Things So Seriously   Lovers of bubble tea are experts when it comes to living a fun life to the fullest. Imagine you see your boss walked into the office with two cups of boba tea instead of the normal boring coffee. Is such an environment not friendlier and less stressful?   Boba tea is equal to a fun personality and we actually connect with that. We love to joke. We don't take people's comment too personal and that's why we are happier. "Hey bro, can you get me a Bailey- add ... Continue reading →

by Rosario Berry on Jun 11, 2019

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Came into the limelight in the 1980s, the popular bubble tea is a unique category of Taiwan beverages accepted worldwide, including the U.S. Although the tea is easy to make at home, you’ll still find different bubble tea shops from across New York. Bubble tea now comes in an excellent range of flavors. It is a really good beverage so enjoy it.   Bubble Tea Basics   Bubble tea comprises of four elements. They include milk, brewed tea, flavor, and tapioca pearl. The world of boba tea is large and comes in different flavors and types. As you’ll see, your tapioca pearl can take any taste you like.   QQ does not really add flavor to Bubble Tea   While the name "bubble" in bubble tea doesn't just emerge, it typically came from the bubbles of air formed when you shake the tea. These tea generally contain something known as QQ in China and Taiwan.   QQ, special among Taiwanese and Chinese has a chewy nature. QQ foods do not have a special ... Continue reading →

by Rosario Berry on Jun 11, 2019

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With several varieties of delicious foods and drink in the New York city, bubble tea still stands out. Although it looks simple, bubble tea in New York contains sweet, milky, and refreshing flavor.   Below are facts about the ancient Asian tapioca pearl!   The name Bubble tea doesn't come from the pearls. Surprisingly, the name bubble tea does not come from the pearls in the tea. It came from the bubble foam which forms when it's shaken. The pearl is popularly called boba or tapioca. Manufacturers create the tapioca pearls through a process which transforms the starch from the cassava plant's root into a pearl form.   Ever since its first inception in 1988, Boba tea has taken over the world. Different bubble tea shops have pooped up from all over the globe, from highly reputed brands to local stores. Brands like Gong Cha has been around for a while and making it big in New York. We're definitely not surprised, given the huge profits owners can make from ... Continue reading →

by Rosario Berry on Jun 11, 2019

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Bubble tea is nothing new in the Chinatown drink landscape, but the tea has recently experienced a wide boom. In Chinatown, you'll see a long line of teens and adults in front of a bubble tea shop. Going online, Instagram, for example, is overwhelmed by pictures of bubble tea-sealed cup with chunky straws.   If you've seen a long line of adolescents in front of a store in Chinatown, that's Boba tea selling over there. Perhaps your Instagram feed has been overwhelmed by chunky straws and tapioca-filled, vacuum-sealed cups, that's a Chinatown boba tea addict online there.   Boba tea consisting of flavored tea, usually mixed with sugar and milk, including tapioca balls at the base- originated from Taiwan, and has received attention internationally over the last 20 years.   How it arrived in Chinatown is a little less known. But we think the first bubble tea in the country came at the beginning of the millennium. But boba tea has never been tastier, ... Continue reading →

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