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Tea Time – Boba With Cali!

Tea Time 

Pop Tea Bar


(8.5 Boba)

A little hole in the wall, where some of the best Boba Tea is found! Inside, it is filled with signs with overbearing choices of tea and flavored Boba. After a mental debate, I chose to have a green mango milk tea with honey infused Boba!

The drink tasted like milky tea, with a subtle mango after taste. Imagine  – a bright clearing with green tea grass, mango trees, and a milky river. Then, combine those elements together… and poof !

You have the tea.

Add brilliant rays of  honey sun, and shinny river Boba pebbles.

Now that’s a picture of green mango milk tea with honey Boba!




Ordering Boba Tea is a hard skill to master! Each week this section will  have 1 new tip about mastering your Boba Tea experience!

Lets get started 🙂


Boba Tea is a naturally sweet drink. If you don’t say how much sugar you want – the place will make it like a punch in the FACE (I’m not kidding)! So, the key sweetness is between 0% and 30% sweetness. Anymore than that will taste gross!



Smells good….


My Rating = ••••· 

(4.5 Boba) It was popping to perfection!

Cali’s rating = ••••

(4 Boba) Sweet smelling human food that isn’t super healthy… Count me in!


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  1. natalie dente July 16, 2017

    Hi Anna, may have to change my mind about BOBA tea.Seems like Cali and the other pups seem to be interested in it. I looked online and found a BOBA Land only about 15 minutes from my house. Has good reviews, May give it a try . Will let you know how it goes. Keep up the good work , love Grandma N

  2. Donna July 26, 2017

    Pop Tea is my favorite boba of all we tried. I had an iced coffee with creama and sea salt. Yum!! (25% sweetness by the way, 100% ice)

    I wish it was closer to the house !

  3. Donna July 26, 2017

    I almost forgot — a topping I’m interested in trying but a little scared — the GRASS JELLY. A lady a PoP Tea got it in her drink – she said she grew up getting it in her tea but couldn’t really explain what it is. Seaweed maybe?

    I want to try it to add a twist to my Boba experience, but…

  4. Aunt Debbie July 27, 2017

    I am surprised the pups enjoy Boba so much. Must be something to this! Are they sampling drinks you’ve brought home or are you making it at home?
    Aunt D

  5. Isabella July 27, 2017

    Yum! I really loved your description of the tea. It makes me wonder if I should try it again. Bring me there next time! I hope Cali didn’t get and upset stomach after the boba! I’m surprised it didn’t need any cheese to go with it!

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