So the Christmas Season is almost upon us and with this flactuating weather of Hot to Dry , let me let you in on a little secret since most of you guys may not know about it. Pssst “Bubble Tea” , yes Bubble Tea in Accra , a rarity if I must say so myself […]
So the Christmas Season is almost upon us and with this flactuating weather of Hot to Dry , let me let you in on a little secret since most of you guys may not know about it.
Pssst “Bubble Tea” , yes Bubble Tea in Accra , a rarity if I must say so myself and an oddity for those who don’t know what it is to begin with.
So those wondering what Bubble Tea is , don’t worry it’s not bubbles in your tea but the illusion of bubbles in the form of the Boba or the Pearls.
So this little shop located in East Legon , has been around for a while and my cousin is literally hooked on their bubble teas and has been encouraging me to go and try it out , so I decided to do so.
It’s a quaint shop , very unassuming and Hidden if you don’t really know about it .
A minimalist space , with ample seating one can use to just hang and relax . It’s all about Tea and Service here as the staff were welcoming and even if you are a newbie they can point you in the right direction of what to have .
I am a lover of sweet teas so I tried their Fruit Tea with Kiwi Poppings – the tea and pearls is freshly brewed and cooked every 4 hours .
So first they use the Tea base and add the flavor and shake shake shake it with ice to blend the flavors and top it all of with either the Boba or Pearls of your choosing, then it’s sealed.
Now all you need is your big straw and you are good to go.
Trust me when I say this is what you need to cool down the heat , with each sip and each popping of the bubbles releasing its own flavor to the tea blend.
I’ve become so hooked on their Teas I also tried their Taro Tea with white pearls , (these are Chewy tapioca pearls) but I will recommend their Thai milk Tea for you .
Don’t forget to grab their Loyalty Card, before you know it, you have been there several times.
The origin of Bubble Tea is Taiwanese, but is now a popular favorite all over the world and this brand is brought to you by 2 Ghanaian female entrepreneurs Stacey and Janet so guys let’s support Ghana owned businesses and let Bubble Tea be your newest guilty pleasure beverage.
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