Bubble Tea Shop Online (BTSO) sent me a couple of their products to try out, and man, this company is a cocktail game changer!
What is bubble tea?
OK, so first things first. Bubble tea is traditionally a tea-based drink that originated in Taiwan in the 80s. The thing that really makes this cold refreshment unique, is the pearls – usually chewy tapioca ball, popping boba, or nada de coco (a jelly-like garnish made from fermented coconut water).
Bubble tea can be very refreshing and fun – if you don’t mind chewables in your drinks, and the bubbles can be used in non-alcoholic drinks, cocktails, milkshakes, desserts, and so much more. People either love bubble tea or hate it.
Bubbles in your bubbly… and more
Bubble Tea Shop Online offers so much more than just the different kinds of bubbles. You don’t have to make an elaborate cocktail either – with some MCC and a jar of bubbles you’re already levelling up your gathering.
So what else can you get from BTSO? Absolutely everything to make your party popping, in so many flavours!
- Tonic syrup
- Ice tea syrup
- G&T bags (by The Gin Queen)
- Homemade gin kits
- Biodegradable fat straws (also glass, stainless steel, silicone and bamboo straws)
- Bubbles – tapioca, popping, nada de coco
But would you actually shop at Bubble Tea Shop Online?
YES! I’ve had to practice so much restraint browsing their website to not stick everything in my cart. But my birthday is coming up and I need to cater for thirsty guests. And you better believe that this party will be talked about for the rest of the year, at least (when Grant’s birthday may or may not overshadow it; maybe we’ll pop some more then).
Are you a fan of bubble tea? Let me know what your favourite product on the Bubble Tea Shop Online is and you could win a little hamper to the value of R300 to celebrate my birthday too.
- SA residents over the age of 18 only.
- Competition ends on 31 August.
- SITC reserves the right to cancel the competition or not choose a winner at discretion.