What is Bubble Tea? It’s an East Asian drink of tea containing grains of tapioca, often blended with sweetener and flavourings, shaken and served with a straw. The sensation of drinking Bubble Tea is a mixture of eating and drinking simultaneously whereby you slurp the concoction through a fat straw before chewing on the tapioca pearls while negotiating the tea. There are two types of bubble tea: milk or fruit, which come in a range of flavours and can be served hot or cold.
You will soon be able to get your Bubble Tea here at Castle Quarter as Moya Bubble Tea will be opening on Level 2 next to The Java Store, in April.
In addition to experimenting with limitless combinations of Bubble Tea flavours, there will be a Japanese Bakery in store serving buns, cheesecakes, green tea cakes and dorayaki – pancakes with sweet fillings.
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