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The Best Boba in the East Bay

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Although a bit pricier than others, Share Tea offers Okinawa milk tea. Very few places offer Okinawa milk tea, which is flavored with roasted brown sugar.
Gong Cha is one of the few boba shops where you can taste really great quality tea and choose from a unique assortment of drinks. This place also offers different combinations of toppings and tea which you can find on their menu under the “Creative Mix Series.”
T4 also has a pretty large selection of drinks and offers good quality boba and tea. They are especially popular for their “royal teas,” which are their fresh fruit flavored teas.
If you’re a fan of matcha, then i-Tea also offers my favorite matcha milk tea which is very unique because it comes with red bean and matcha pudding.

'Boba Guys' Introduces Spring Flavors, Lunar New Year Soiree

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To celebrate the coming of Spring, Boba Guys is launching four new drinks with an emphasis on fresh flavors. You can now sample Purple Rain, Kiwi Guava, Arnold Palmer and the Matcha Arnold Palmer. Their most-photographed beverage would likely be the strawberry matcha latte, which has a lush pink strawberry puree base layer, organic milk center (which can be substituted for a variety of plant and nut milks), topped with freshly-whipped umami-filled matcha. They purposely leave it unshaken so you can see three distinct, eye-catching layers.
Read the full article HERE by Natasha Zouves, abc7 News

Millions of Milk Tea coming to Cincinnati

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Centerville-based Millions of Milk Tea is opening its first Cincinnati-area location at Cincinnati Premium Outlets in Monroe. Bubble tea flavors include black and green teas as well as milk teas like Oolong milk tea and Oreo milk tea. The retailer will also serve espressos and "Milk Strikes," which include matcha milk and ginger milk.
Read the full article HERE by Andy Brownfield, Cincinnati Business Courier

Tea-rrific Tea at ROJI

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Japanese tea kiosk Roji at Raffles Place hits the mark. For something refreshing, go for the sparkling fruit tea options ($5.80). My pick is the Citron Rosemary with Tsubaki oolong - with citron puree, red grapefruit slices and a rosemary sprig. I get a very slight bitter taste of the grapefruit, along with the full-bodied tea.
Read the full article HERE by Eunice Quek, the Straits Times

The Best Bubble Tea Spots in Taipei

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Chun Shui Tang is perhaps the most well-known bubble tea chain not just in Taipei, but in Taiwan, claiming to be the ones who created bubble tea (and sparked the whole craze) back in the 80’s.
50 Lan is a prominent bubble tea franchise in Taipei, and in case you didn’t know, the parent brand of KOI, a well-loved bubble tea franchise in Singapore.
Chen San Ding sits in the food and nightlife district of Gongguan, where many local youths from nearby universities typically hang out.
Kenting Dan Dan Milk Tea is supposedly popular in Southern Taiwan, where Kenting is – hence making it an under-the-radar gem for locals and tourists alike in Taipei!
If you are more of a fruit tea person, you’ll probably love Yi Fang Fruit Tea. This franchise has a huge menu of both fruit and milk teas.

He Left Gong Cha to Start Up His Own Bubble Tea Brand

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Called Yuan Cha, it serves bubble tea and a premium range of high-mountain oolong tea from a 200-year-old plantation, Sheng Sheng Tea in Nantou, Taiwan. Yuan Cha serves a menu of about 40 drinks made from six different types of tea. Other than the regular green tea, black tea, tieguanyin, pu’er and oolong, Yuan Cha also offers exclusive tea leaves such as lishan, chai shao oolong, red oolong and ziya shan.
Read the full article HERE by Zafirah Salim, Vulcan Post

Gong Cha is Opening in Cedar Park and Campus

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There are two locations planned, one at 13201 Ranch Road 620 North in Cedar Park and the other by campus at 2025 Guadalupe Street. The menu offers myriad options for hot or cold beverages, including brewed tea, milk tea, coffee drinks, yogurt drinks, and smoothies, as well as toppings like basil seeds, red bean, coconut jelly, and of course pearls.
Read the full article HERE by Erin Russell, Eater Austin

Tai Chi Bubble Tea Finds Its Balance

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Replacing the old, shut-down Corner Bakery Cafe’s location, the new tai chi store brings all the old along with it, and even some new. They have a variety of flavors including mango, strawberry, taro, lychee, and many others. The real reason you all need to go here, though? Panda plushies, lots of em.
Read the full article HERE by Luis Nova, Campus Times

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