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Bubble tea explanation

Pursuant to my post of the other day about bubble tea, I’d just like to say that STRAWBERRY BUBBLE TEA happens to be a great starter flavor if you’ve not tried the stuff before. If the place you’re at does strawberry badly, you should be wondering about how good the other flavors are. And no.. the black tapioca pearls don’t taste like white tapioca in tapioca pudding. They’re not heavily influenced by the flavor of bubble tea, either.. unless you lick the pearls before chewing and swallowing them. Mmm, strawberry bubble tea. This is all for erl’s benefit, by the way. 😉 (poor dude is way too interested in the stuff ever since I told him about it a few days ago.. he should come here from Boston, and I’ll buy him one to see if he likes it; though his main “obsession” is the pearls [they’re just PEARLS, nothing fancy!])

There are many other flavors of bubble tea, as well: it would strain my memory to recall every single one of them, but I’ll give you some that should taste reasonably good..

banana
Bartlett pear
black plum
blackberry
blueberry
cereal
cherry
Chinese pear
chocolate
coconut
coffee
Coke
durian
grape
green apple
honeydew
Horlicks
iced chocolate
jackfruit
kiwi
kumquat
lemon
lychee
mango
milk tea (black or green)
mint
mint chocolate
mocha
orange
Oreo chocolate
Oreo coffee
Ovaltine
papaya
passion fruit
peach
pineapple
pudding
raspberry
red bean
rose
royal
starfruit
strawberry
taro
tofu
violet
water chestnut (the one at Dragon Ball tastes like oysters, according to Nathan)
watermelon
wheat germ
white grape
yakult
yin-yang (half milk coffee and half milk tea)
yogurt

Heck, maybe even coconut / taro / durian / other flavors I don’t personally like would taste good to other people.. I don’t know..)

Yes, the tapioca pearls put many people off.. but people who are not Chinese like this stuff too! (like Eric when he could have sugar / caffeine, my brother’s friends Rob and Ross, Jeremy, etc.)

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