Bubble Tea: The Magic Drink of Gods

But obviously as time was to shortly tell The British took to tea like ducks take to water and made it their own. Not having visited Manchester England the town of my birth for some time now as all family members still reaming in GB have moved to other areas I can’t help but wonder matcha bubble tea how the very conservative, set in their ways, generally unreceptive of all things new Manchunians have accepted some of the new tea fads and trends that have in more recent years gained popularity in most of England and rest of the western world. Such fancies as flowering or blooming tea, in case perhaps your a Manchunian and then you probably don’t know what blooming teas are they are ” a small bundle of dried tea leaves and flowers bound together with cotton thread into a ball.

When steeped, the bundle expands and unfurls in a process that emulates a blooming flower” I can hear my old neighbor in my head right now as if he was in the room with me “if you can’t put sugar and milk in it, it ain’t tea and I don’t want nothin’ to do wi’ it”. Does Manchester have boba or bubble tea shops shooting up left right and center as we have here in Canada but boba or bubble tea is a very recent trend that is still to most, a still to be discovered pleasure.” Bubble tea also called Boba tea or simply Boba, is a tea beverage containing tapioca balls. It originated in Taiwan in the 1980s, spread to nearby East Asian countries, and migrated to Canada before spreading to Chinatown in New York City, then to various spots throughout the West Coast of the United States the literal translation from Chinese is pearl milk tea”