12 Signs You're a Bubble Tea Lover

In the world that we live in, some of us rely on caffeine like coffee or Monster while others enjoy something a redefined sweet tea that can be drunk cold or hot. For those of you who don't know, this tea is a Taiwanese beverage made with milk and tiny little black or colorful pearls called tapioca. It is commonly named as bubble tea, pearl milk tea, or boba tea. The chewy pearls are the reason why this drink has the name "bubble" or "boba." Bubble tea has always been around here in the US but several people still have no clue about it. For those of us who do, we are obsessed with it and will always drink it whenever we can! Here are 12 signs you are indeed a bubble tea lover!

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1. You are always craving bubble tea every single day.

Your mind is just screaming, "I WANT BUBBLE TEA!"


2. It's basically your breakfast/lunch/dinner for the day.

Or maybe it's all of the above.


3. Or you drink it with whatever you're eating.

Chipotle chicken sandwich and bubble tea. A delicious pair if I do say so myself!

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4. It's the best kind of all-in-one dessert you could ask for.

With all the different toppings you can add into your drink, yuuum.


5. There are soooo many flavors to drink from.

Passion Fruit. Omg.


6. You've tried out all of the bubble tea shops in your area.

Well only the ones in your area.


7. But still, you manage to pick your favorite bubble tea shop out of all of them.

"Let's get together yeah, yeah yeah. Why don't you and I go to Sweet Hut?"


8. Because it's a great place to hang out with your friends or study.

The environment is just so relaxing.

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9. It doesn't matter if it's cold outside, you'll still drink it with ice.

Because bubble tea is delicious!!


10. But drinking it hot is still yummy too.

It makes your belly all warm inside.

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11.  You say things like, "I mean, it's bubble tea."

As my brother likes to say.


12. Because you know it's the Asian way.

It's a chance for us Asians to feel nostalgic over the culture we're growing up in and call it our comfort zone.


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