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Types of Boba

Honeydew
Honeydew

Honeydew bubble tea powder used to make honeydew boba tea smoothies and honeydew milk teas. Savor the goodness of the sweet, succulent flavor of Honeydew melons every time you blend your milk teas, shakes and smoothies. Our powder is created with only the finest, freshest picks so you are definitely in for a real treat.

Lychee
Lychee

Popping boba is a miraculous ball of fruit juice often added to bubble tea and frozen yogurt that pops in your mouth with a flavor explosion. Try it. Just try it.

Mango
Mango

Bubble tea is one of those treats that I love to indulge in on a warm day. The boba are filled with so much flavor, this drink really does taste best when left to soak. In addition to mango, I find that papaya juice is also great in bubble tea.

Passion Fruit
Passion Fruit

What Is the Nutritional Value of Boba? ... strawberry, honeydew, and passion fruit. ... you wouldn’t consume enough fruit in the average boba drink to get the ...

Peach
Peach

BOBA LOCA® PEACH BURSTING BOBA, Net Wt. 7.04lbs (3.2kg) JAR. Mango flavored bursting boba that can be added to any drink in place of tapioca pearls (Boba).

source: bobastore.com
Plum
Plum

A plumb bob, or plummet, is a weight, usually with a pointed tip on the bottom, suspended from a string and used as a vertical reference line, or plumb-line. It is essentially the vertical equivalent of a "water level". The instrument has been used since at least the time of ancient Egypt to ensure that constructions are "plumb", or vertical.

Strawberry
Strawberry

The tapioca look like bubbles as they come up through the straw, thus the derivation “boba.” Other names for boba include bubble tea, pearl milk tea, tapioca tea, ball drink, and pearl shake. The drink is usually served cold, with an extra-wide straw for sucking up the chewy boba along with your drink.