Boba first burst onto the U.S. scene in the early 2000s, and many people wrote it off as a fad — but time has proven that this sweet treat is here to stay. What started as a tea trend has evolved into a full-fledged beverage movement involving shakes, coffee, slushes and more.
Smoothie, shake, coffee or tea shaken with milk, ice and sugar with large tapioca pearls called boba
(Gluten- and dairy-free drink options available)
Boba (a.k.a. tapioca pearls) are made of tapioca, the starch extracted from cassava root
Boba tea first originated in the suburbs of Taiwan in the late 1980s as a popular after-school snack
Bubble Tea, Boba Tea, Boba drink, Boba
2202 W. Waters Ave.
The Boba House
2764 University Sq. Dr.
2732 E. Fowler Ave.
10950 N. 56th St.