Bubble Tea

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Our new SB Corner Store is a little piece of heaven. Enjoy your fave bubble tea flavours sipped and slurped any time you like right from the comfort of your corner couch, desk, or backyard hammock. Our Corner store concept is focused on bringing fresh ready-to-eat food to the SB community. We serve a selection of popular Taiwanese foods and drinks, from tapioca milk tea, to hot pot.

How bad is bubble tea for you?

Boba are essentially just carbohydrates, with no minerals or vitamins and no fibre. One bubble tea can have up to 50 grammes of sugar and 500 calories in it. While a single cup of bubble tea is unlikely to harm your health, it should not be drank on a daily basis.

What is bubble tea made of?

Bubble tea is a Taiwanese beverage produced by blending a tea base with milk, fruit, and fruit juices, then topping with the trademark “bubbles” – delicious tapioca pearls that sit at the bottom.

Do you eat the pearls in bubble tea?

Tapioca is used to make boba. Because of the tapioca, the “pearls” or “bubbles” do not dissolve rapidly when extended to their maximum size. As a result, eating them without chewing can be dangerous. “I always reminded anyone who tried bubble tea for the first time that they had to chew the bubbles,” Mary explained.

What happens if you drink bubble tea everyday?

Drinking bubble tea on a daily basis may help to keep your intestines in check.

The gelatinous tapioca pearls included in boba tea may not be particularly nutritious, flavorful, or vitamin-rich on their own, but they aren’t wholly ineffective. Tapioca is made from the cassava root’s starch.

Is it called bubble tea or boba tea?

Bubble Tea (also known as pearl milk tea, boba milk tea, or just boba) is a Taiwanese beverage created in Taichung in the 1980s. The tea is served with milk or fruits and chewy tapioca pearls on top.

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